Blizzard’s newb-friendly MOBA Heroes of the Storm is currently in closed Beta. If you want a key, you can pray to the gods, or part with coin and purchase the founders pack, securing you access. If that doesn't sit well with you, you could always enter our beta key sweepstakes. Yes, we’ve got even MORE beta keys granting access to Heroes of the Storm.
As you may know, we’re giving away a copy of the Order: 1886, which is easily the best looking game available on just about any platform right now. Reception to the game has been mixed – but there’s one thing that everybody’s who’s played it can agree on; it’s gorgeous. In addition to the game itself, we’ve got a limited, grey “Endless duel” statue and a few other The Order related baubles to give away to one lucky winner. That winner is…
Ladies and gentlemen, it is almost time to crown a champ. The Lazygamer Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare tournament has seen dozens of teams whittled down in the last couple of weeks. Tonight, it’s the formidable young guns from Exile, taking on the mighty giant-killers of Insane. One shall stand! One shall fall! Catch it tonight, right here!
We’ve made you wait a long, long time for this. It wasn’t really our fault. Dying Light dropped the ball with their physical launch last month, and so the launch party ultimately suffered as well. But fear not true believers! Dying Light is just around the corner, so here’s the ten lucky sobs who will be joining us at the launch party this Thursday.
Dying Light feels like it should be old news by now, but the game hasn’t technically really seen a full launch yet. You could’ve grabbed it digitally last month, but the physical copies are still taking their sweet time to get here. Thankfully that wait is nearly over, and so is the wait for the Dying Light launch competition? Not sure what that is? We’ll then you’ll want to look over here.
The Order: 1886 is one of the best looking games to come out of this generation – and by all accounts, it’s a good game too; even if there’s a bit of debate over its length. Let’s put that aside for now, because thanks to Sony we’ve got a copy of the game to give away to one lucky reader. More than that we’ve also got a limited, unpainted version of the “Endless Duel” statue that accompanies the game’s special edition.
Hey! If you’re done watching the sports entertainment highlights package from the state of the nation address last night, then we’ve got some more sporting goodness on the horizon for you. Because sports, guys, sports. SPERTS!
Yet another update: Good news everybody! The Dying Light launch is back on, at the same place and the same time, on February 26th. Better yet, we now have ten copies of the game to give away to each of our double ticket winners - which makes the wait worth it if you ask me. All your previous entries still count, so don't worry about having to enter again if you already have. If you still haven't entered via the comments below, get cracking. We'll be drawing winners on Monday the 23rd of February. Good night - and good luck! Update: It seems like the local Dying Light delay has affected more than just the game. The launch event has been put on hold indefinitely, but we should be getting more information about it this week. Either way, until we know for sure when (and if) the event is still happening, we won't be drawing winners. Sorry everybody. Original Article follows: This year isn’t content to start slowly, and Dying Light is ready and waiting to kick off the gaming calendar with a bang. What better why to celebrate the parkour focused zombie skull smasher than spending an evening at the game’s official launch with us? Or, even better, with a free copy of the game
As a country, there aren’t many sports that have a dominating South African presence. Our best minibus taxis were kicked out of Formula 1 for aggressive overtaking manoeuvres and charging Jensen Button a ridiculously low fare to get back to the pits after he spun out at one race, while our Olympic teams are usually crushed underneath the weight of the small army that the USA brings to that event. One sport where we do have an ass-kicking team however? Cricket. And it’s time to play ball.
Joburg, I know we ask a lot of you some days. But if you could find it in your heart to go watch a highly-anticipated World War 2 movie for free and be given snacks and drinks on the house, that would be just awesome. Brad Pitt and his tank crew are rolling into town soon for Fury, finding themselves vastly outmatched, outgunned and out of luck against ze Chermans. It’s a movie which kicked ass in the US of A, and the following lucky folks are going to get a chance to see before anyone else does in the country. Legally, that is.
We’ve just wrapped up a contest for folks to go and get their World War 2 action on in the upcoming Fury movie, which stars Brad Pitt and hopefully has him shouting BONJERNOZ at the Germans. Cape Town and Johannesburg residents who entered will get to see that David Ayer’s directed flick in all its glory a week from now. But we’ve gotten some more tickets to give away, and because we don’t feel like treading on any feelings, we’re sharing the love this side.
Before everyone disappeared on holiday last year we decided to help host a competition with local indie developers Egamea, to help promoted their game O3DX. There were four massive prizes on offer, including goods from Nintendo, Microsoft and Steam. With the competition now closed, all that's left is to check if we're making your Tuesday extra special.
Your very own phantom blade; a slick, awesome replica of the one that Arno uses in Assassin’s Creed Unity. We’ve got just the one to give away thanks to our friends at Ubisoft. We tasked you lot with coming up with cool, crazy ideas for a silly gun – with the winner, hand selected, becoming the proud owner of the collectible. Here’s who won it.
I really enjoyed my time off over the festive season, but I must admit it’s good to be back. We ended 2014 on a high, but I wouldn’t blame you for missing out on some of our last articles of the year. Just like this amazing competition, where there are no less than five big prizes up for grabs!
We've been talking about O3DX for a while now. The off-road, Trails-esque title developed by a team in Cape Town is set for launch on PC, console and mobile in the near future, but you can already jump the gun and purchase a copy. Not only will you grab it at a discount, but you could also walk away with some incredible prizes as well.