As we wrap our national elections it’s time to discuss the best and worst politicians within games.
Did you fall in love with a new title during E3 this year? Or did you grow to hate something instead? What was the best and the worst?
Remember when video game art used to be great? Lazygamer remembers.
Over the years, we’ve seen the rise and fall of many gaming studios. But the emphasis is clearly on the fall, as many studios have gone under over the last decade. Which one do you miss most?
You know what describes Valentine’s Day perfectly? Video games. Specifically, video games which are a perfect mirror of your current romantic standing. Mine would be Dead Space.
War, pestilence, climate change – there are so many ways the world could end, but which game will be proven right in the end?
How much time is normal for you to spend playing games every day? Are you lucky to get 2-3 hours a few times a week, or are you still able to pour 8 hours a day into your activity of choice?
First-person shooters, ain’t going nowhere! But which one is the best? When you take a game or a franchise and boil it down to its essence, which one stands tall over the countless others?
If we’re honest, it hasn’t been the most exciting Gamescom. All eyes though, hve been on Microsoft, thanks to Sony giving this year’s expo a skip. Was that a silly move on Sony’s part?
Geoff isn’t here, the microwave isn;t working, Sandy may be dead and I’m pretty certain that I may have used company funds to commit treason. What are we going to do?
We’ve all returned from a break, some of us feeling more rested than others. Perhaps it’s all based on what we did during the holiday.
There were some excellent games that deserved our awards this year. Nevertheless, 2014 doesn’t quite feel as fantastic as we’d all hoped.