Mouldy sandwiches! Flat coke! A two-week old portion of Lasagna that has developed sentience and sounds suspiciously just like Brian Blessed! Yessir, the Oscars can kiss our flattened asses when it comes to presentation. And in case you missed out on the Lazygamer Awards this week, here’s the complete wrap of it. In video form! And words!
Nintendo’s little console may be struggling a bit, and it certainly hasn’t had the strongest or most robust lineup this year – but that doesn;t mean that it isn’t home to some of the best games available not just on the Wii U, but on any system. Which though, is the best?
Speed may be the domain of all but the richest of playboys, but the digital domain of fast cars and flashy rides is open to anyone with a console. Driving games are racing towards a plateau, where graphics are that much closer to breaching the uncanny valley
This year was bursting at the seams with new, quality IP stealing the limelight from existing franchises. But who did the light linger on for longer?
Role-playing games really took center stage this year with a plethora of varied expriences stealing hours away from your life. But which one was the most captivating of the lot?
With all the fuss over MOBAs lately, you’d think the RTS genre is dead. That couldn’t be further from the truth though, because 2015 saw some truly stellar strategy games released. Which of them however, is an absolute must have, and stands above the others?
The Xbox enjoyed a stellar year of first-party exclusives and support from Microsoft, delivering some quality titles along the way. Which one stood tall in the crowd of winners?
The red carpet was filled with South African eSports stars as they gathered for the Lazygamer eSport awards last night. In case you missed the live broadcast E-Entertainment, here’s what went down.
The PlayStation might not have had its most packed first-party year, but the ones that did make the cut generally oozed quality. Which one of them came out on top though?
“PC gaming is dead!” – a claim that was made all those years ago when consoles saw a steep rise in popularity, and a claim that still gets made today by the nayest of naysayers. The truth is, no platform in gaming is really dead – especially not PC. This year further proved that sentiment. Some truly stellar titles landed on PC this year, but which one stood out the most?
This year had some truly stand out action titles that focused more on genre refinement than innovation. But which was the best of the lot?
Some gamers don’t want to slog through an action title, or indie twaddle. Instead, they much prefer the beautiful art of sport… digitally. Which title from that genre really stood out this year?