Monthly Archives: September 2012

“The Last of Us” Extended E3 gameplay

Wow, this game looks awesome! It looks like they have really taken care to make this game a unique experience, and there is a lot more to come. Personally, I don’t mind if we have to wait until late 2013, as long as it is a really special game with a deep storyline, believable characters and smart AI instead of the mentally handicapped Uncharted AI, and from what I’ve seen, The Last of Us has it all. I also love the attention to detail that you would expect from the creators of the Uncharted series: the textures, the lighting and the colours look perfect. I really hope that the singleplayer in this game could be as good (if not better) than Uncharted 2. Multiplayer comes second. I can’t wait to see more, keep it up ND!


PS3 Users May Never Get Skyrim DLC

maybe Ill never be able to become a vampire or adopt irritating children 😦

The Lazy Geeks


A couple of days ago, I posted a story about Bethesda being ‘disappointed’ that DLC for Sony’s PlayStation 3 doesn’t seem to be coming along as well as they hoped. While Xbox 360 and PC users are about to experience Hearthfire, Sony users have yet to experience Dawnguard for the first time. Unless they managed to play it (or seen it played) on an Xbox or PC.

Within the last couple of days, things have seemed to go from ‘disappointed’ to downright grim. In a recent post by Bethesda’s Global Community Lead explained on the Bethesda forums that the game could never truly see the light of day on Sony.

“Earlier in the month, we provided an update on Dawnguard’s status for PS3.

“It’s been a few weeks, and we wanted to make sure everyone knows where we’re at with Dawnguard. Skyrim is a massive and dynamic game that…

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