N++ isn’t selling well, and that’s making its developers sad
Aug19

N++ isn’t selling well, and that’s making its developers sad

It seems that not many people are buying Metanet’s platformer, N++ – and it’s making the game’s developers rather sad.

The PS Vita finally gets a hyper big-breasted cooking-rhythm game in the form of Deka Mori: Senran Kagura
Jan09

The PS Vita finally gets a hyper big-breasted cooking-rhythm game in the form of Deka Mori: Senran Kagura

Finally, the PS Vita finally gets a hyper big-breasted cooking-rhythm game in the form of Deka Mori: Senran Kagura.

This couple fought their way through ninjas, Iron Man and Batman in order to be wed
Dec09

This couple fought their way through ninjas, Iron Man and Batman in order to be wed

What a wedding needs in order to survive, is some magic. Which is what this union had bucket-loads of when Iron Man, Batman and a whole bunch of ninjas crashed the party.

March SuperBru Random Draw
Apr12

March SuperBru Random Draw

March has come and gone, and it’s time again for the random draw on the Lazygamer.net Superbru rugby prediction pool. One super bru has won himself a free game on the platform of his choice.

Your Lego is about to get a dose of TURTLE POWER!
Nov13

Your Lego is about to get a dose of TURTLE POWER!

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Lego. This just might be a match made in heaven.

Mark of the Ninja coming to PC
Sep26

Mark of the Ninja coming to PC

The sneak attack XBLA stealth game Mark of the Ninja is ninja kicking its way onto Steam this October.

Ninja Gaiden 3 launch trailer is the beginning of the end
Mar14

Ninja Gaiden 3 launch trailer is the beginning of the end

Ryu’s adventures go realistic; the next Ninja Gaiden is dispensing with much of the sries fantasy. Because Ninjas are REAL!

Ninja Gaiden developers prefer Move over Kinect
Oct06

Ninja Gaiden developers prefer Move over Kinect

Why Team Ninja prefers the PS Move controller to the Kinect.

rAge 2009 : Red Steel 2 Hands-On
Oct05

rAge 2009 : Red Steel 2 Hands-On

If you played the first Red Steel Game on the Wii you probably would have been  – like I was – bitterly disappointed. It was meant to be the first game that got motion-controlled swordplay right. It failed, miserably. A lot of that had to do with the Wii itself – The Wiimote wasn’t anywhere near as accurate as Nintendo promised it would be, leading to Red Steel – and many other Wii titles – being a silly wagglefest. Along...
How to Have a Custom Picture in our Comments
Aug21

How to Have a Custom Picture in our Comments

Custom avatars are great. They allow you to express your persona visually, serving as a representation of self. While blog websites such as this one don’t have any intrinsic means of avatar support, there are mystical internet methods of getting around it. Many of our readers are veritable internet ninjas – and already have custom avatars – others are perhaps a little less internet savvy, and have asked just how it’s...
Durban Pirates Nailed, Ninjas Unharmed.
Jun30

Durban Pirates Nailed, Ninjas Unharmed.

Whilst sipping my coffee and eating my cucumber sandwiches (with the crusts cut off, of course) I came across a post by MooDy on the local Xbox 360 forums. It details what, according to the accompanying press release, is the country’s first ever conviction of a video game pirate. The brigand in question, one Muhammed Baber, ran “Game Zone,” a videogame store in the uShaka Marine World in Durban. We say “ran” because after a...
Cheaper PS3 and Xbox 360 in Spring?
Jun27

Cheaper PS3 and Xbox 360 in Spring?

Ars Technica have a a resident ninja mole who dishes out console industry inside news. While rumours of PS3 price cuts have been circling the internet since roughly the dawn of time, this particular ninja spy tends to get things right. And this time, the mole is saying that a PS3 price cut is indeed on the cards. According to this particular Shinobi, both Sony’s PS3 and Microsoft’s Xbox 360 are headed for some overhauls in the...