Well, I hope everyone is ready for a great weekend of gaming. We’ve got two major releases out this week, The Darkness 2 and Kingdoms of Amalur, so there’s bound to be something that will suit your tastes.
Me? I’m going to kick it old-school, and finish Borderlands with a character that I haven’t used yet, or try and an attempt at playing a game of Gears of War 3 that doesn’t end up with me finishing a match with a lancer rifle stuck up my colon.
But what I’m most looking forward to this weekend, is the chance to see some family…And play with the chocolate labrador puppy that they’re bringing with them.
In Other News: Asura’s Wrath gets a delay, Epic describes building games on machines with no names and the strangest ailments ever picked up in gaming.
Here’s the news we didn’t post, because I discovered that I could put Geoff in a coma using only a split infinitive
This week on Lazygamer
Final Fantasy XIII-2 Review – Help, there’s a crux in my paradox!
The Darkness 2 Review – Linger in shadows
Mad Catz fight stick review – Stick it to me baby
FFD: Should Sony and Apple team up for the next generation?
Why do gamers need games on the release date?
Four irritatingly impossible old-school games that made me put my foot through the TV
Lazygamer TV – The five hardest bosses ever encountered in gaming
Bungie is still working on a ‘genre-defining IP’ for Activision
Bioware comments on possible GOTY edition for Mass Effect 3
Epic – Unreal Engine 4 is running on systems that we can’t even name yet
Asura’s Wrath delayed until March
DICE: Is gaming today a repeat of 1982?
Rocksteady: The UK could have been the world leader in games
Earthrise, a sandbox MMO shuts down today
Call of Duty Black Ops ending voted the greatest
Across the Networks
We review Chronicle – Real life superheroics with a dark twist
Naomi Watts signs up to play Princess Diana
Prepare for a wetter, hotter American summer
Seeking a friend for the end of the world – Armageddon looks like quirky fun
Henry Cavill gets ready to leap a great wall in a single bound
Movies releasing in SA today – Bring on the drama, action and fantasy
Kodak to close down it’s camera manufacturing arms this year
Tesla unveils their new electric SUV
How OK/Go made that ridiculously impressive music video
The Course of the Force – It’s like the Olympics, but with light-sabers!
Model: Emmy Rossum
Last Updated: February 10, 2012