Welcome to the good, the bad and the ugly of the last week, a showcase of everything that went down in Lazygamer over the last week, only with fewer tpyos.
Who says that gaming never does anything good? Together with The H.I.V.E, we’re hitting that stereotype in the face with a 2×4 of solid gaming, with proceeds going to charity. Let’s make this Christmas something truly special!
It’s got nothing to do with gaming, but waking up to hear that Nelson Mandela had passed away is a devastating piece of news with which to start the weekend. Rest in piece you icon, you taught us that love will always come more naturally than hate.
Best ION Header
It may be summer, but I’d gladly put on a scarf and head back to Autumn…Riley.
PC has better graphics than console? NO WAI GEOFF! Next you’ll tell me that E-tolling isn’t a completely unnecessary and illegal system designed to screw consumers over without using any lube to do so.
Finally, finally my least comment curse has been broken. Which means that Gavin will finally give me the keys back to my tricycle. Zoe got the least amount of comment love this week, hitting only three remarks on her review for Tetrobot and co.
Batman Of The Week
The only award that truly matters is finally back in my rightful hands. As Batman, I promise to tackle crime by addressing the root cause with punches to the face, and I will not back down on my plans to raise kick to the groin taxes on repeat offenders by 30%.
Header Image Of The Week
Want to know something weird? Geoff and I usually have a hive-mind rapport, and we both had the exact same idea for a header image for this story about 99 assassin’s not being a problem. As usual though, Geoff just nailed it perfectly.
Comment Of The Week
In honour of the one politician that world wishes was still with us, we’re giving Tata Madiba the comment of the week:
No one is born hating another person because of the colour of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.
Last Updated: December 6, 2013