Not as big! Rounder! Red ring of deathier! Project Gotham Racing 4! The Xbox 360 had it all, and faceplates to spare. It’s been ten years since the Xbox 360 launched. Ten years of highs and lows. And it was easily my favourite console of the time, as it dominated the industry like no other console did before it.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Batman: Arkham Knight, STASIS, Fallout 4. All fantastic games, that scored many tens of points with us and reviewers all across the world. But nobody cares about a success story. We’re here for the worst of 2015. So far at least. And this universe had a smelly yin to the superb yang that was on offer. Here’s some of the worst stuff that was pumped out this year.
There's an incredibly strong push for games to adopt open-world appraoches to their experinces, but this often doesn't mean that the game will immedaitely be better. Rise of the Tomb Raider acts as a perfect lesson about pacing versus freedom.
Star Wars is pretty much done and dusted for now in Disney Infinity 3.0, until next month that is. But between interactive trilogies, there are other figures being released in the Disney Infinity 3.0 line. Figures from other properties, and previous playsets. And this month, we’re getting the chance to say hi to Veronica…
For many of you, next week is your first taste of Fallout. A whole new world as Aladdin sung about on his discount carpet, one filled with mutants, sand, malfunctioning robots and even more sand. So where do we begin? Why, with this handy primer of course!
There’s always going to be that one game, that one moment where you were on the verge of dropping some DLC into your pants. We’ve all experienced that one scene in a game. And here’s what kept the Lazygamer crew awake, for weeks.
If you’re looking for a chill, we’ve got your back. As gamez jernalizts, we’ve seen every horror imaginable. So when we talk scary, we know our stuff. So here it is: The top five scariest video games of all time. Consider yourselves warned.