Gaygamer says Lair is out: I guess they would know ... - destructoid

Gaygamer says Lair is out: I guess they would know ...

11:48 PM on 08.30.2007

Earnest Cavalli

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According to this post on Gaygamer Sony's answer to Matthew McConaughey's answer to Sega's Panzer Dragoon just popped up on store shelves. To quote our fabulous tour guide:

Fruit and I went on an evening excursion to peruse out surrounding queendom this eve, and to our suprise at Ye Ole Gamestoppe there layest a copy of Lair for PS3. It literally swooped under our radar. The clerk confirmed that it should have come out on Friday, but they were selling it a day early.

Did anyone else manage to pick the title up? Care to weigh in on how awesome/terrible it is?

I suppose it's fate that I managed to watch Reign of Fire and play Lair for the first time at this weekend's big soirée. Unfortunately, the similiarities between the two titles don't end with dragons or the timing of my first experiences with either -- as much as I wanted to love the premise of both, one could have benefited from more Matthew McConaughey and the other was a horrible movie. 


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