It’s quite obvious that my Lazygamer rain dance from last week didn’t work. I think if I had just grabbed some more cabbage from Sandy, it would have totally happened! Until then, I’ll be equipping night vision goggles to see through the dust storm that is Jozi at the moment. When did this place become such a desert anyway?
If you’re reading this, then the embargo for Disney Infinity 2.0 has most likely lifted, and reviews are pouring in for the Marvel-centric upgrade to that game. Last year saw the debut of Disney Infinity, and while it wasn’t perfect, the potential to grow was most certainly there. And all I can say is, make mine Marvel.
Spring is in the air. Can you smell it? I certainly can. I can’t stop sneezing! I could really do with a violent bout of rain, which is why I am considering a casual rain dance in my back yard. I have essence of Geoff, shade of Zoe, tear of Darryn, root of Gavin, and cabbage of Sandy. You have been warned… Lazygamer rains are coming!
It has been a tough week for me. I’ve been fired several times for no real reason, kicked out of my imaginary mansion and into a tiny box for a Sims review, and even been accused of being horrible at rhyming. On the plus side, I still have Sandy as my butler… he just doesn’t know it yet!
So, you think that you’ve seen all that Dark Souls 2 has to offer, do you? Ha! I laugh at you! I laugh to the max! You have yet to face the dreaded Lazygamer Boss, a creature of unrivalled attitude, sloth and beer belly fat attacks! There’s no hope for success and hey what are you doing near our gem of power, stay away from that don’t hit it NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
Here at Lazygamer.net (A proud partner of Doofenshmirtz Evil Incorporated), we’re all massive fans of Borderlands 2. We’ve sunk dozens and dozens of hours into the game collectively, and the idea of some Borderlands on the go is actually rather intriguing. So what’s the game like then? Rather crap it seems.
April Fools is like Christmas for writers. It’s an excuse to exercise some creative talent, while an old Scrooge in the comments section yells bah humbug at everything posted. There’s a lot of great content posted on the first day of April. But this was some of the best.
What’s new is old again, amirite? Tomb Raider hit shelves last year on various consoles and PC to widespread acclaim. Nearly a year later, and the game is back in action, with some new-gen shine. Here’s what the critics have to say.
One of my most eagerly anticipated games of forever, Rayman Legends, is out on the US today and in the rest of the world of Friday. Sequel to the terribly endearing and delightfully difficult Rayman Origins, it’s got some rather big disembodied shoes to fill. According to critics, it’s done just that.
Disney Infinity may have launched already in the good ol’ US of A, but surprisingly, few sites have actually reviewed the game. I’m forking out some of my own cash for a starter pack, so expect videos and impressions soon. If you can’t wait for my humbly influential opinion though, here’s what those other websites had to say about the game.
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