Guile’s Theme, from Street Fighter II. It famously goes with everything and has been overdubbed on a countless number of YouTube videos – including ten hours of a guy eating fried chicken. Seriously. Everything.
I seriously do not see the appeal of Let's Play videos. Okay, that's not a blanket statement - I like watching videos of games that I'm curious about to see if I'd actually like them, but once a decision is made I'd much rather play them than watch them. And don't get me started on watching people play Minecraft. But I seem to be part of a rapidly shrinking minority.
Yes the genius brains behind Lazygamer.net have finally chosen a worthy champion in the all out battle to be the next intern to be abused and harassed at Lazygamer.net. The champion was possibly chosen by throwing darts at Darryn’s head.
And for my final bit of E3 coverage, I’m dipping back into Disney Infinity 2.0. You’ve already read my impressions of the game, and if you were bunking class that day, here’s the short version: I liked it. I liked it quite a bit. Now to see some of it in action!
We may have some more E3 info and thoughts on the way, but one thing that we have run out of, are daily vlogs. A massive thanks to Grant Hinds and his cameraman Greg Cattell for making this pair of shaven apes look marginally better on your screens. And without any further ado, here’s the final E3 daily video!
The crew is on the ground in Los Angeles right now, getting as much sleep as they can before the craziest of all days for them begins later; conferences day. They’ll be off early in the morning to the Galen Centre to see Microsoft’s event, and then bounce around from venue to venue before finally crumpling in a heap back at their hotels in the wee hours of the morning. After which I expect them to get to work. The slackers.
Yesterday we showed you some leaked, particularly spoilerific footage of Infamous: Second Son leaked through the game’s sharing feature. Sony’s, in turn, released an official one, showing gameplay so it’s not near as likely to upset those who want to go in to the game clean. It’s shows some of the powers our anti-hero Delsin will be privy to if he decides to be a giant jerkbag. Well, more of a giant jerkbag.
Microsoft’s recently released a trio of trailers for its impending next-generation console. The first shows of the system’s sexy hardware and general aesthetic, while the second shows how you can use the thing to be social and watch TV instead of games. The last one though…I can see that pissing a ton of people off.
We’re more than just wordsmiths here at Lazygamer. We’re also registered repeat criminal offenders, but in our defense blowing up a bus filled with nuns was an act of self defense. We’ve got our hands on some video capture devices, and we’re planning to share our gaming experiences with you. So open wide and start screaming.
There are way, way too many trailers, demos and next-gen engines from Sony’s PlayStation 4 event – so we though instead of littering the front page we’ll stick them all in one easy to follow post.
By now, you’ve probably been enjoying the SSX demo, taking full advantage of the slippery slopes and snowy trails that the teaser promises. It’s looking fantastic so far, and might be just what the sub-genre needs to once again put Snowboarding on the map, as the developers have really pulled no punches when it comes to presenting a massive and open world.
Now, while we may not be jumping off of a digital version of Table Mountain anytime soon, there are plenty of other locales available to shred your way down on, from the misty Himalayas all the way through to the trendy tourist spots on European mountains.
With the game releasing this week, EA has kicked the marketing engine into full overdrive, with three new trailers and a TV spot showing off the frigid landscapes of Alaska, Siberia and Patagonia.
When it comes to drumming up some support for an upcoming video game, nothing works better than a slick trailer. We’ve all been a victim to this, and me especially, which is why I’m currently swimming in collectors edition that I otherwise did not truly need.
It’s absolutely amazing what a well constructed trailer can do to an otherwise rational being, as a few minutes of polished gameplay with some snappy track laid over it can easily disguise any flaws in a game.
So here’s the question: Do video game trailers actually get you excited enough to buy the game? Is it the impressive CGI that hooks you? Celebrity endorsements you trust? Dubstep? Let us know below.
Saints Row 3 is really pushing the boundaries of open world gaming and the whole shock genre… but it’s doing it with no class and a whole lot of humour which should mean that it’s going to be awesome instead of seedy.
If you’re a bit behind on the Saints Row 3 style then take a look through these 5 mini video’s quickly and you’ll soon realise what I mean. How many games can you think of that include naked skydiving, streaking mini games and sonic baseball?
The next title in the LEGO Star Wars saga is about to be released and it looks like they have decided to ramp up the humour on this one.
Weâ€™ve received three new videoâ€™s today which details the losing of a battle as the girls are gossiping instead of concentrating, the troopers are doing some daily exercise and Yodaâ€™s gone for a swim.
What is still the same though are those Star Wars sound effects, nothing beats the sound of their lasers.