SimCity was released October 3, 1989. Celebrating a quarter century of city-building (and city-destroying) with a short and nostalgic look back at the game, my history with it, and what its impact has been.
Archive for the ‘windows’ Tag
Ragnarok! Loki! Vikings! Bloody action and adventure with a stellar Norse mythological backdrop, it’s Rune/Gold/Classic, the first game from Human Head Studios.
Review of the final downloadable lot for The Sims 3: Last Venue of Amore. What all does it include? Is it worth the cash? How awkward is making love on a gondola?
Gameplay demos and first impressions on the Oculus Rift Development Kit 2! Virtual reality has never been so virtually real, dude.
Ever want to find out how well you’d do running heaven and hell? Only in Afterlife, a LucasArts city-builder and management sim in the vein of SimCity 2000!
Lazy Game Reviews has been going for five years now, woo! Time to celebrate with an abandoned review from 2009, hehe.
Giant robot and mecha games were rather prevalent at one time, and Slave Zero was one of those that shouldn’t have been overlooked. At least not the PC game, the Dreamcast’s was lame.
Overview and demonstration of the, uh, SexyMouse. AVOID USE IN DIRECT SUNLIGHT.
Did you know many of your favorite digital-only games aren’t digital-only? Turns out a lot of modern (and retro) games got physical releases that not everyone knows about, and this fascinates me!
Commentary on the latest gameplay from The Sims 4, showing the trailer footage for CAS mode. Hair, makeup, traits, body shaping, and all that!