Kickstarter had a great 2015 and ran up pledges to the tune of over $46 million, even though video games had a 70% chance of failing on that crowdfunding platform.
Mouldy sandwiches! Flat coke! A two-week old portion of Lasagna that has developed sentience and sounds suspiciously just like Brian Blessed! Yessir, the Oscars can kiss our flattened asses when it comes to presentation. And in case you missed out on the Lazygamer Awards this week, here’s the complete wrap of it. In video form! And words!
Speed may be the domain of all but the richest of playboys, but the digital domain of fast cars and flashy rides is open to anyone with a console. Driving games are racing towards a plateau, where graphics are that much closer to breaching the uncanny valley
Multiplayer is bigger than ever these days, with every game out there having some element of it within its code. Some games nail it, others don’t. But there was one champ this year, that announced its presence with a winning attitude and technical wizardry.
Sony had its fair share of exclusives this year, which were a mixed bag of decent and lacklustre. It was a skint year for great PlayStation exclusives, something that Managing Director of Sony Computer Entertainment Australia Michael Ephraim felt would be rectified in 2016.
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