The Next Community Play Night Game is…

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Lets play a game

Community Play Night is great. We get to shoot you, you get to try shoot us, so its a win-win for everybody! After hours and hours of tallying, recounts, and ensuring accuracy, the results are finally in! What game will we be enjoying together?

No amount of attempting to rig the results seemed to work. I tried my best to push Dota 2 to the top (obviously) but it seems like everybody would rather play Borderlands 2. Heck, I can live with that. Borderlands 2 is a fantastic game, and a firm favourite here at Lazygamer HQ. I myself still play regularly. I picked up the first Borderlands GOTY edition in the recent Steam Summer Sale, even though I already own it (I NEEDED A STEAM VERSION OK).

We have sent out endless amounts of spam mail to those who voted that Community Play Night was a terrible idea, enjoy your millions from those questionable competitions that you never even knew you entered! For the rest of you, it looks like Friday evening still works best, with Sunday afternoon coming in a close second. What say you all? Friday the11th at 8pm? Good! I don’t see why next Sunday afternoon should be ruled out, so if any of you who voted for that are still keen, I will gladly join you for a few hours of Pandora mayhem.

Borderlands 2 was dirt cheap during the Steam Summer Sale, so I’m hoping you picked it up. If not, its a great game, well worth whatever full price tag it currently sits on. Mount your Butt Stallions and get those downloads going! We will see you next week Friday, and so help me, if anybody steals my legendary loot, I WILL DUAL YOU WITH MY OVERPOWERED SIREN!

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Matthew Figueira

Defence of the Ancients? More like Defence of the cabbages! Have you seen my head? I look like a Merino Sheep on pole. NO SHANGE only SHAPPIES! :D

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