Overwatch took the top prize while Uncharted 4 swept up a handful of awards at this year’s Game Awards ceremony.
We have two copies of The Witcher 3: Game of the Year Edition to give away on PS4.
Looks like the predictions of our forums were on point, because of course Batman: Arkham Knight is going to get a game of the year edition.
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!
We ummmed, and we aaaahd a great deal over this decision, really we did. The decision over which game we choose to be our Game of the Year isn’t something we take lightly. Ok, that’s not necessarily true; really – we usually just put a list of potential games on a board, put a blindfold on Darryn and have him throw a dart at our eventual winner.
The overall winner of last year’s Game Awards shouldn’t really come as any surprise – though some of the other winners may raise an eyebrow or two.
Who decided when games bevome “Game of the year,” and why are middling games being given that accolade?
Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, the Lazygamer 2014 Game Of The Year is…
It’s hard to get a new franchise going. A bunch of studios tried this year, but only one could reign supreme.
The new generation of consoles have brought a ton of gorgeous games along with them, but which one truly immersed us in it’s world?
2014 had some excellent Role Playing Games, but only one could come out on top.
Downloadable titles still amange to throw up some of the shinest gems this industry has to offer, so which one shone brightest this year?