You think you’re safe in your Second Life or your World of Warcraft? Well think again, because you my friend, are being spied on by the NSA.
Times are changing, and with it age old traditions. Take weddings for example. The holy union of man and wife/man and man/woman and woman/man and that sexy hole in the wall is giving way to legal partnerships and unions. What a wedding needs in order to survive, is some magic. Which is what this union had bucket-loads of.
Despite the fact that I had a toenail removed today, and had enough drugs injected into my foot that it could topple an elephant, I managed to not miss a day of work. I think I have a problem. But at least I have a keepsake of that nail in a small jar of surgical spirits.
The Spike VGAs may have had a name change this year to the VGX awards, but it was business as usual for the MTV Movie Awards of gaming. There were losers and there were winners that night. Here’s the list of developers and games that walked away with top honours that night.
There were plenty of games shown at the VGX awards on the weekend, from Titanfall strutting out some new mechs through to some tantalising gameplay from Quantum Break. But out of all those big budget titles, one four man studio may have stolen the show with No Man’s Sky.
Looks like Hammond Robotics was not a branch of Top Gear after all, as those teaser videos from that fictitious company introduced two new classes for Titanfall.
I don’t think anymore words need to be said today, because if a picture speaks a thousand words, then we saw millions of inspiring ones uttered today.
If you’re reading this, then chances are that you’re either reliving some nostalgia, or want to experience one of the best Final Fantasy games ever made. Final Fantasy 8 is now out on Steam, but don’t let that old school charm fool you, because it’s a damn hard game. Fortunately, I’ve played way too much of it, and have some wisdom to share.
Welcome to the good, the bad and the ugly of the last week, a showcase of everything that went down in Lazygamer over the last week, only with fewer tpyos.
Good kids get games such as Call of Duty, Assassin’s Creed and Battlefield for Christmas. Bad children get their console locked to only play Dark Souls, while parents laugh at them as they die over and over again. Dark Souls 2 is on the way, and while it may not make it for this Christmas, these screenshots should make a decent stocking filler.
If there’s one Christmas tradition I dig, it’s the advent calendar. Saving one small piece of chocolate, one day at a time is something akin to the willpower needed to wield a Green Lantern ring. I’m five days into my calendar so far. And I’ve failed.
Growing up, Mad Max was one of several films that shaped me, thanks to the SABC being broke and having to show really old movies during the day.We never did find out how Australia and the rest of the world got ragnarocked, and don’t look to Avalanche’s upcoming Mad Max game to answer that question either.
While I may be looking forward to 2014’s Thief, that enthusiasm hasn’t exactly been felt by long-time fans of the series. And for good reason, because in order to be as widespread as possible, the Thief formula will need to be watered down a tad to hit that mainstream appeal. But fans need not worry, because they’ll be able to transform their Thief game into the experience that they want to have.
Pretty much every racing game these days has microtransactions of some sort, and Gran Turismo is joining that racket with their own form of unlocking cars early on instead of earning them. But sweet Le Mans, those prices are ludicrously insane.
If there’s one thing that I want in a new Naruto game, it’s not original gameplay, new fighting mechanics or even snazzier visuals. It’s a shorter title. But it looks like I’m not getting that when Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution arrives next year. What I am getting however, are a ton of screenshots.