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The Top 5 Games of Right Now

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And by “right now” we really mean a two to three week period! That’s right, it’s time once again to take a look at what games Lazygamer, along with Kalahari.net can get you off your feet, onto the couch and ready for another big gaming weekend.

Coming up in this edition: White Knight Chronicles 2, Red Faction: Armageddon, Infamous 2, Duke Nukem: Forever and Dungeon Siege 3. Hit the jump as we take a look at a collection of five games, some of which are available now, and some of which are right around the corner.

White Knight Chronicles 2
Platforms: PlayStation 3
Developer: Level-5
Available: Right now!
Kalahari.net price: R505.95 (delivered in 24 hours)

Most of you probably don’t know about White Knight Chronicles, let alone the sequel. But trust me when I say that this is a game not to be overlooked. Developed by Level-5, this third-person sequel is packed with new content, including new battle mechanics, more combos, new armour and weapons to make and most importantly, new enemies and dudgeons to explore.

Red Faction: Armageddon
Platforms: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC
Developer: Volition, Inc
Available: Right now!
Kalahari.net price: R505.95 (delivered in 24 hours)

If we are honest, Red Faction: Armageddon hasn’t had that much publicity on Lazygamer. It is one of those games that in the months leading up to the launch it seemed to sail under everyone’s radar and then BAM, it’s here and in a big way!

The basic story kicks off 50 years after the first game, where Darius Mason (the grandson of the first games protagonist) manages to unleash an ancient seal holding back the malicious forces below the surface of the planet, and in turn all hell breaks loose. Featuring some of the best destructible environments in any videogame, Red Faction: Armageddon is out now and worth a look.

Last Updated: June 17, 2011

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