LOL- Hasse Toh Phasse review: Amazon Prime Video show is the epitome of forced laughter, pity applause and an easy pay day
The problem with LOL: Hasse Toh Phasse is that it's barely funny. Once you scratch beyond the 'decent idea', you realise how hollow the premise is.
'A whole different ball game:' Arshad Warsi, Boman Irani on turning hosts in Amazon Prime Video India's LOL - Hasse toh Phasse
Hosts Arshad Warsi, Boman Irani, and comedians Sunil Grover, Aditi Mittal, Cyrus Broacha and Suresh Menon weigh in on being a part of LOL - Hasse toh Phasse and competing with old friends and co-workers.
If video games are made less complex, it would certainly increase the number of players in the short run, however, it also means players run out of challenges faster and begin to get bored.
FunPlus Phoenix clean-sweeped G2 Esports by 3-0 to win the Summoners Cup and up to $1 million.
A mobile version would likely bring in more Asian players, who tend to prefer mobile-based games
Fnatic also plans to launch a new line of audio equipment, particularly headsets
Watching LOL is like going to a BYOB party where you know no one: you can reasonably guess what’s going to happen, you will be mildly amused, out of alcohol, bored, and will leave without knowing anyone any better.
Facebook is yet to decide if LOL will become a stand-alone app or be available in the main app.
A Twitter war spurred between US President Donald Trump and American businessman and TV celebrity, Mark Cuban after the latter cautioned the CEOs in a newspaper article "not to cozy up to Trump", media reports said.
Riot is introducing tradeoffs to laneswapping, where there is less engagement with enemies early in the game, in preference for gathering of resources.
Flipkart is kicking off its month long Flipkart Gaming Online Championship (FGOC) today. The championship will be held between June 3 and 11 July and will be live streamed on Twitch.
As Mumbai prepares to face a 4-day meat ban, here are some annoying things that we suggest should be banned as well.
How do you usually express laughter on Facebook - 'lol', 'haha' or 'hehe'? Now, Facebook has published new data showing how people express laughter online.
The most common laugh on Facebook is 'haha', surpassing various 'emoji', 'hehe' and 'lol', a new study on e-laughing has found.
June 13 is when the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) will reveal the new set of ...
Companies, organizations, start-ups, NGOs, etc. have had time up to the 30th of May to submit their applications ...