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Loyalists Lusipurr and SiliconNooB make a last-minute appeal for the yearly fundraiser, look forward to the Ashes, and brief listeners on some major changes in site policy–and there’s still time to harvest another bumper crop of news from Nintendo!
Iwata attempts to minimise the displeasure of fans, Iwata cannot be bothered to release content to the Virtual Console, Nintendo’s NX is going to be another underpowered console, and Ranpo Kitan debuts on Funimation in the news of the week!
With the recent launch of the Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward expansion, Mel shares some of his experiences thus far. Read on to find out how his first MMO handles its first major content expansion, and feel free to leave a comment!
Bup lives for Steam Greenlight. Steam Greenlight lives for Bup. Neither can live while the other survives.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB close out the site playthrough of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, appeal for Ghosts-‘n’-Goblins-oriented donations, inaugurate the Final Fantasy VII Remake Update segment, and cover news from Nintendo, Shenmue, and Nintendo.
Apple bans the Confederate flag, Tetsuya Nomura gears up to ruin Final Fantasy XV, and NIS localises YuruYuri in the news of the week!
Gaming history is still very young and most of the industry’s pioneers are still alive to tell their stories. But some of them are less prone to talking. Nintendo is famously reticent, and this week Mel considers the long-term ramifications of this.
Bup wrote this article while watching “Little Shop of Horrors.” He replaced a lot of the lyrics in “Skidrow” with “Steam Greenlight.” Think about it. He did not.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB sit down to discuss the most important news from E3 2015: Square Enix’s announcement of a Final Fantasy VII remake for the PlayStation 4. –And only that, really. It is the most important story–all other stories are unimportant.
A Final Fantasy VII remake is announced, Square Enix looks to be doing better, and Sony steals the show in the E3 news of the week!