I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: No other game on the market knows how to make a kill-shot as gruesomely satisfying as the Sniper series. Most of the gameplay may not be up to scratch, but when you bunker down and take aim? It’s pure magic that comes out of that barrel. So when is the game out? Soon actually.
It’s almost time, oh faithful crusaders of the Blizzard brand. Diablo III expands like a waist line during the festive season with the Reaper of Souls add-on this year. And if you pre-order it, you’ll get a bonus or two.
Will it or won’t it? That’s the question that plenty of Grand Theft Auto fans on PC have asked since the fifth game was revealed, promoted and pimped out on console last year. Rockstar has kept dead quiet on the matter so far, with nary a hint of anything being done to bring the game over to the PC platform. But PC gamers could be in for a surprise, as early as this Friday.
Yes the rumour that simply will not die is back and just as unsubstantiated as ever. This time the rumours are being stocked by Amazon’s German and French operations who have both listed the PC versions for pre-order in the last 24 hours.
[Update] And it's back to R6299. Bummer. Kalahari are claiming it was a mistake but we were notified of it by Kalahari so yeah who knows what just happened here.
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The PlayStation 4 is being released in South Africa on December 6 this year, for a wallet-destroying price of R6299 – but if you act now, you can shave five hundred Randelas off the price by ordering the thing from Kalahari.
Codemasters has revealed all the greasy details on F1 2013 and its pre-order editions. Unlike the Perelli tyres it won’t disappoint.
You can now pre-order Titanfall on Origin, the price has been slashed by an impressive R50. Not that it makes the deal any better. The game made a big splash at E3 this year, winning every one of six Game Critics Awards nominations.
What you haven’t ordered a Lazygamer.net shirt yet? Why do you hate us so much.. we slave over this cheap keyboard (well I do, which reminds me I need to upgrade this thing) all day to entertain you and all we ask in return is to be loved.. and you refuse…
Neither Microsoft nor Sony’s next generation console is here yet. From what we’ve heard, we expect Sony’s PlayStation 4 to release locally around November this year, with Microsoft’s Xbox One coming a little later next year. If you want either of them close to their respective releases dates, you might want to look at pre-ordering.
Everyone on the internet seems to hate the very idea of the Xbox One; an (almost) always online console that restricts the way you play your games. I recently said that these angry people are no longer the target market, no longer the core audience – and that in the grand scheme of things they no longer really matter. that’s starting to seem quite true – as the Xbox One has started shattering pre-order records.
The first pre-order page for the PlayStation 4 with a price is up and you may want to sit down for this. According to the page the PlayStation 4 is going to set you back R8300 on launch day.
Last week I posted an article about how I felt Activision’s worldwide pre-order bonus for Black Ops 2 was pretty poor, this being the Nuketown 2025 map. This expectedly lead to some heated discussions online and offline over what actually is being offered for Black Ops 2 pre-orders and what makes a good pre-order bonus.
Well here’s an unexpected consequence from the devastating megastorm that hit New York recently. According to a comment on the official Rockstar blog the much anticipated second trailer for GTA V has been delayed due to there simply being no power in the Rockstar offices in New York.
I’m pretty excited for Black Ops 2 and so far all my hands on time with the title has been fantastic but there is one thing that I’m really not understanding about the marketing drive for this game and that is Nuketown 2025… what’s the point?