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In Other News – February 4, 2011

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Pop quiz: Who wants to be an iPod right now? Yeah.

We hit our 10,000th post here on Lazygamer today and we would like to take a moment to really thank our loyal readers as well as the local distributors and advertisers for helping us make this website a reality.

We truly love you guys (in the same way I love Geoff – frequently) and hope that we can spend many, many more completely unproductive work days together talking smack and calling each other names in our comments sections. Happy weekend folks!

Here’s the news we didn’t post because of Tom Cruise.

This Week On Lazygamer:

The EvoPoints DLC Releases For The Week Of Feb 1st
Crysis 2 Multiplayer Beta – Hands-On Impressions + HD Gameplay Video
Bulletstorm Demo – Hands-On Impressions (Bonus – 720p Gameplay Video)
Dance Evolution Review – how Miklós got his groove back
Dead Space 2 Review – In Space No One Can Hear You Poop Your Pants


Fight Night Champion Achievements listed
Treyarch want next COD to be really, really modern warfare
What type of gamer plays DC Universe Online? We answer the question
America’s Weekly Chart
N-Control Finally Shipping The Insane Avenger Xbox 360 Controller Accessory
BioShock Creator: Selling My Company Was ‘Best Thing I Ever Did’
EA Store – 50% Off Dead Space Weekend Special + Hot Pre-Orders
Dead Space 2 Crashes, Won’t Save, Freezes, Wont Start, Glitches, Errors


Top 10 old-school Mortal Kombat characters
DC Universe Online Catwoman screenshots
New Crysis 2 screenshots
New Test Drive 2 Unlimited screenshots
Killzone 3 – 24 stunning screenshots
Are Gamers Too Negative
Killzone 1 vs Killzone 2 vs Killzone 3 Graphics comparison
Get your own Dead Space plasma cutter


More than 1/2 Hour of Killzone 3 Multiplayer Gameplay
You’re playing Street Fighter IV too much, when…
The first 10 minutes of Killzone 3  

Header: Marisa Miller (featuring Tom Cruise and Oprah Winfrey)

Last Updated: February 4, 2011

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