Saturday, December 31st, 2011
I hope everyone had an enjoyable selection of holiday celebrations!
This is just an announcement of some plans for the new year, starting with I’ll Play Anything. This is another idea for some videos where I pick the system, you pick the games I’ll play. Anything, seriously! Just go to www.lazygamereviews.com/vote to choose the games!
Saturday, December 24th, 2011
This was recommended to me by a viewer and after hearing the name and seeing that it was made by Bullfrog Productions, I just knew I had to review it. This had to be Christmas game gold, right? Ehh. It’s not nearly as psycho as I thought it might be… in fact, it’s pretty darned lackluster. I mean, come on, the magazine cover makes it look awesome. But I guess that’s just to sell the magazine, since it had nothing to do with the game.
Oh well. Merry Christmas everyone, and have a happy whatever else you may celebrate!
Saturday, December 17th, 2011
I really enjoy the Wiering Software games, especially the platformers. And this one is just awesome, and easily one of the best Christmas season games I’ve played. It’s just simple, arcade platforming goodness, with some cheery graphics and sound to go along with it. Good times.
Download the game for free here!
Saturday, December 10th, 2011
This has nothing to do with anything in particular. No real reason for making this. No real reason for uploading this. I just like Skyrim (a lot) and felt like sharing a totally random, off-the-cuff, half hour experience.
Friday, December 9th, 2011
I really like the classic Great Giana Sisters game for the Commodore 64, Amiga, etc. But this somewhat unofficial DOS port? It’s not so bad either, but it’s missing some pretty key elements from real deal that make it lame, plus the controls are just… ugh. Anyway, here is a review that I hope entertains even the most jaded holiday viewer, even if the game is a bit lacking.
You can download this game and the other Giana Sisters DOS ports here.
Thursday, December 1st, 2011
It’s December! Christmas is incoming, expect snow delays and old holiday cash-in computer games. Starting off the month is Alternative Software’s Official Father Christmas. What’s so official about it? Who knows!