Lazygamer TV – Top Ten downloadable games

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Sure, you’ve got your fancy-pants Elder Scrolls and UFC Undisputed 3 waiting to be grabbed off of shop shelves, but not every great game comes in a physical media. Downloadable games have hit the big time in recent years, and with a focus on tighter, more artistic titles being put out onto the market, it’s as if DLC has entered a golden age.

We took a look at such titles, and chose ten of them for this weeks Lazygamer TV special, ten games across a wide variety of platforms. And once you’re done watching, don’t forget to leave a comment below, to stand a chance at winning another copy of Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, from the fine folks over at EA Games South Africa.

Plus, you’ll make my life a living hell again, as having to put together hundreds of entries throughout the night also counts as an early Christmas present for Geoff.

Remember kids, you can only enter if you have a valid South African address to ship the prize too. Mailing to Guatemala is rather expensive lately after all.

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