Promiscuous teenagers and machete shenanigans aside, its been a pretty decent Friday the 13th so far. With that said, we’re all pretty burnt out creativley after a week of hard posting, and can’t wait to get some gaming done over the weekend.
Personally, I’m going to hit the shops and try and find a new low budget game to add to my library, and spend the weekend enjoying as well. And maybe I’ll finally get around to watching a certain movie that my fellow film buffs have been berating me for not seeing yet…
In Other News: Give a guy 5 million so that he can finish creating a game, the tiniest Isaac Clarke ever seen and Nvidia joins gamers globally for a noble fight.
Here’s the news we didn’t post, because we were too busy shopping for Hockey masks and machete sharpening kits today.
This week on Lazygamer
Orb GPX2 Headset Review – Sweet music for your tiny ears
Moosas Musings – Fighting games are flacid
So long and thanks for all the fish
World Rally Championship 2 Review – Another one bites the Dirt
Get ready to fight with Sodium Overload
This guy wants you to pay 5 million him to help finance his game
THQ wants fans to help with improving the crowds in the next WWE game
Analysts predict Gaikai to dominate cloud gaming
The achievements of Binary Domain
MadCatz shows off new fight-sticks at CES 2012
Ninja Gaiden Collectors Edition revealed
Nvidia joins the fight against SOPA
Would you pay $275 for a tiny Isaac Clarke
Mass Effect 3 won’t be all shooting giant robots in the face
Halo 4: The right to remain apprehensive
There was a Dreamcast TV Set once and it was both hideous and glorious
Die Fanboy DIE
An ode to the cheat code
Across the Networks
New image of the AMazing Spider-Man unmasked
Movies out today – Bad cops, bad financiers, bad cults and bad weepies
Wes Anderson and his new movie, Moonrise Kingdom
Steven Spielberg (doesn’t) talk(s) about the Tintin sequels, Lincoln, robopocalypse and Jurassic Park 4
Ethan Hawke to star in low budget Sci-Fi film "Vigilandia"
Magic Mike making more sense
Turn your playing cards into infinite toys
Model: Petra Silander
Last Updated: January 13, 2012