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.
New movies are great for one thing, and it ain’t about entertainment. It’s about shifting merchandise, from lunch boxes to replica hair gel, and The Hunger Games sequel won’t be an exception to that rule. One piece of merch you won’t find though? Finnick’s trident. Unless you’re master black smith Tony Swatton that is.
Good news masochists and general lovers of receiving a digital ass-kicking: Dark Souls 2 is almost here. Next year sees a legendary RPG get a sequel, and so far, Dark Souls 2 looks like more of the same with the fat trimmed off of it. Can’t wait? Well that impatience monster is a boss fight that you’re going to have to endure, but these new screenshots should help you out.
I can’t think of anyone alive these days that has not played Street Fighter II. It’s just one of those games that happens to have such a massive legacy. And if you happen to be the kind of person who devours Street Fighter tidbits, then these development tales from yesteryear might surprise you.
It’s a good time to be a fan of Kingdom Hearts, and a freakin’ bad time to hate Goofy right now, because there’s a ton of content on the way from that criss-crossed universe. Kingdom Hearts 1.5 Remix is out right now, while another remastered sequel is on the horizon. And don’t forget about Kingdom Hearts 3 either! HYUK!
There’s a new Spider-Man film out next year and if you thought for a second that there wouldn’t be a game to take advantage of that film release, then you’ve obviously been huffing web fluid again.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard any Dark Souls 2 news. Ever since the game got announced last year at the Spike Video Game awards, development has been whisper-quiet. Since then, I’ve had a brutal session with the game at E3. And now, it’s finally nailed down a release date.
Turok: Dinosaur Hunter is a game that needs no explanation. But I better do it anyway. The last time the son of Stone appeared in a game, it was way back in 2008. It wasn’t a runaway success, but then again, I don’t want to live in a world where dinosaur-hunting with plasma rifles is frowned upon. And at one point, a sequel was on the way.
It’s hard to believe, but Grand Theft Auto is a teenager now. What was once a bouncing little top-down sandbox game on our Pentium II knee has become a full-fledged adult that is more than willing to reenact Gouranga on our asses when it gets the keys to the car. Here’s a brief history lesson on that trouble-making franchise.
People of Lazygamer! Lend me your ears! And this time, clean them first! I bring news of the latest release from the Germanic border, where Total War: Rome 2 has waged war on reviewers across a front that stretches from the new world all the way to a tiny village in France where an indomitable band of Gauls still resists the Pax Romana. Here are the latest results!
With a GOTY edition of Borderlands 2 on the way, what better way to celebrate a year of loot ‘n shoot than with a look back at one of the most frustrating bosses ever created for a game? I’m talking Terramorphous the Invincible, several tons and hundreds of meters of Japanese sex-tentacles and bad attitude. And I finally beat the bastard.
Well Call of Duty fans, today is the day you’ve both been eagerly anticipating and dreading. The final piece of DLC launches today for Call of Duty Black Ops 2, and it goes by the rather apt name of Apocalypse. So what can you expect inside of it? GIANT ROBOTS YO!
When it comes to making daily wrap-up videos for Gamescom, we pull out all the stops! Provided that we aren’t being wined and dined by Activision-Blizzard. By the way, Call of Duty Ghosts has already won game of the year. Go buy it. We’ve got a who’s available of guest stars in our video for today! GO WATCH ‘EM!
You know what the really bad thing is about going to E3 in a year where next-gen consoles were unveiled? Upon returning home, all my current-gen games looked crap in comparison to what I had experienced. I’ll be the first to admit that graphics don’t make a game, but I am also a high definition whore. And the Playstation brand has come a long way from jagged edges to bleeding edge visuals.