The Lusipurr.com annual summer fundraiser launches with a twist: donators can select entrants into a Smash Bros. tournament to be held at the beginning of June, with prizes including a book, livestreamed games, and the traditionally miserable Lusireview.
As new TSM format changes are gradually incorporated to refresh the podcast, Lusipurr details upcoming site features involving unwitting (and unwilling) staff members, with the omnious approach of Bup awaited with both enthusiasm and concern.
VR progressives shit up their own gaming spaces, Sega has a deft touch at tailoring games to their fans, the relative performance of next-gen Sony and Microsoft hardware is revealed, and Senpai is going inside you in the news of the week!
This week Bup brings us the best game ever made by man. What game is that, you ask? You’ll just have to read the article to find out!
With E3 on the horizon, the weekly gaming news evaporates, leaving the normally lubricated Australian more than a little parched. In an effort to stave off SiliconNooB’s impending dessication, Imitanis and Lusipurr douse him with Cricket and literature.
Nintendo is to start making movies, EA looks to make inroads into the action genre, and Capcom looks to turn back the clock with Resident Evil 7 in the news of the week!
Adeki takes on a steam-powered giant and observes the reception of Steam Machines, the Steam Controller, and the Steam Link in order to find out if they ended up being worth it. Do gamers actually like the Steam Controller? Read on to find out!
75 years of the Steam Greenlight Round-Up! Wow! Just wow!
A boozed-up SiliconNooB nearly comes to blows with Lusipurr over a question of the elitist interpretation of art. Meanwhile, rumours suggest Nintendo’s NX is designed to play mobile apps, Capcom learns a lesson, and Lancelot is driven to his wits’ end.
The Infinite Warfare reveal is the second most unpopular Youtube video ever, the recent NX rumours may not be accurate, and David Jaffe goes full McIntosh in the news of the week!
Adeki has pushed past fours and decided to take a crack at a much bigger number along with the system it is often paired with. Will you still read these? Will you still need these? When Adeki writes about 64?