Lazy Game Reviews (LGR) is one of the better retro video game and PC oddware YouTube channels I watch. Clint often releases retrospectives on older PC titles and his latest on Unreal Tournament 2004 is one of his best. Like many olds I started with Unreal Tournament and played that a lot until Unreal Tournament 2003 and then 2004 unseated them all for my shooter of choice. I played it quite a bit at University and with friends and Onslaught is still on of my favorite shooter game modes. I've hoped that Epic Games would come back to Unreal Tournament and polish up the remake they launched years ago but they have stopped focusing on that in favor of Fortnite. Focusing... Read All

Microsoft is finally capping off it's turn based strategy remakes with Age of Mythology: Retold which looks to remake the old game with an entirely new engine. Microsoft has given this treatment to Age of Empires, Age of Empires II, III and now ending with Age of Mythology. I always enjoyed playing Age of Mythology with my friends because it contained much of the core gameplay of Age of Empires with the added benefit of massive Titan Gods that would awesomely lay waste to everything. Age of Mythology: Retold looks to be coming to PC and XBox in 2024!

"Celebrating the 30th anniversary of SimCity 2000 with an LGR retrospective review! The sequel to the classic Maxis city builder was a true game changer in 1993, improving nearly every part of the game and adding so many things that would become staples of the genre. So let's take a look at the MS-DOS version, the many ports and releases, and its legacy decades later!"

When I'm thinking of my favorite SimCity games SimCity 2000 on Mac tops my list with SimCity on Super Nintendo coming in a distant second. SimCity on Super Nintendo is much more accessable but SimCity 2000 really ratchets up the gameplay making SimCity a much deeper game.

Return to Monkey Island is the final installment that capped off the original Monkey Island games in 2022. Ron Gilbert and Dave Grossman came back and according to most fans, the game was a success. Recently I watched the Noclip Documentary that covers the original games as well as the new Return to Monkey Island in one of the better game docs I've seen in quite some time. That said, if you haven't played the games the documentary contains massive spoilers for the whole series.

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Wanted to wish you all a very Happy Holidays! Also, feel free to share what Holiday loot the Mythical Presents Elf may have gifted you.

"Watch as David L Craddock moderates a chat between John Romero and John Carmack about Wolfenstein, DOOM and Quake. One hour of great conversation on DOOM's 30th Anniversary."

DOOM is 30? Oh yeah, right, right I'm very old.

DOOM is one of those games I have running on nearly everything and most recently played it on my Steam Deck and it's still fantastic. To celebrate the 30th of DOOM John Romero released Sigil 2 which you can get for free within DOOM or nab the free WAD from John's site as well as a Physical version.

"In Angry Video Game Nerd episode 212, The Nerd crosses another game off his bucket list with the Super Nintendo RPG classic, Final Fantasy III... or Final Fantasy VI as its known outside the States!"

The Nerd isn't wrong, Final Fantasy VI is one of the greatest games of all time. If you've yet to play it or if you are long time fan, his review is well worth the watch. I plan on replaying this game again soon I'm just wondering if I should play the new pixel remaster or the original Super Nintendo version?

This looks *amazing*!

I've only played bits and pieces of GTA IV or V, but I feel like I *need* to play this lol

I never considered that Amazon would pay for a Fallout TV show much less that it would look as incredible as this trailer does! I also appreciate that they are not retelling a Fallout video game story and the show is just another story in the Fallout world.

The first episode of the new Fallout show releases on Amazon April 12th and I will absolutely be watching each one.

"Based on one of the greatest video game series of all time, Fallout is the story of haves and have-nots in a world in which there’s almost nothing left to have. 200 years after the apocalypse, the gentle denizens of luxury fallout shelters are forced to return to the irradiated hellscape their... Read All