In Other News – 26 March 2014

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We’ve been tinkering away in our dodgy garage high-tech research labs, in an attempt to make VR goggles for the public. With everybody from Razer to Sony looking to enter that field, we figured, why not Lazygamer? And as soon as we work out the system matrix on our beer goggle system which injects LSD into the VR viewer, the sooner we’ll be rich.

In Other News: Hercules flexes some muscle, Razer joins the bandwagon, Oculus will be rebranded, Blazblue kicks the door down and Cut the rope on some candy.

Here’s the news that we didn’t post today, because I was too busy getting the BEEVR Goggles into stores while our competitors tried to figure out the pickle matrix on their inferior products.


Razer could be moving into the VR space
Cut The Rope studio files objection Kings Candy trademark
Galactic Civilizations 3 gets gameplay debut
Oculus will undergo Facebook rebrand, report claims
Epic – Fortnite has evolved
Portal to find a companion in Android-based handheld Nvidia Shield
Dead Synchronicity is looking like a great sci-fi adventure game
Blazblue Chrona Phantasma brings the fight to PS3 today


Eyeing the virtual frontier: the Oculus Rift games that reinvent play
When studios regularly start hiring stars we’ll see the real cost of blockbuster game development
Puzzle platforming has never looked so pleasant
Final Fantasy turned into a religious experience


Swordsman – Introduction to the world
Trials Fusion – Tricks trailer
Elseworld – Elesis trailer

What’s on at The Movies

The gingers are back – Season 3 of Vikings picked up
This second trailer for Blue Ruin is ugly man
Which DC comic book character is Dwayne Johnson going to play?
Will Bradley Cooper crack the whip as the next Indiana Jones
Midweek Mouth Off – Bigger and better, or buying into the hype?
The war is not over in these final Game of Thrones season 4 trailers
I am Hercules in this new flexing trailer!

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Last Updated: March 26, 2014

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