Lusipurr.com is pleased to present Dear Friends: A Final Fantasy V Playthrough!
Bek decides to review Far Cry 4, a game that offers choices, explosions, choices, drugs, choices, boobs, choices, knife kills, choices, tigers, choices, partners in crime, choices, acid-induced bow and arrow killing sprees and choices!
Mel seeks to nail down exactly what it means to describe a game’s “gamefeel”. The term is used often enough and without sufficient specificity that he feels it necessary to examine the term and what it means for a game to have either good or bad gamefeel.
Ethos hides an improvised rant about Resident Evil and the disappointing submission of Japanese game design values to North American shlock-fests behind the moniker of an Editorial Miscellany. Fun!
Bup’s Ethos mask broke so now he has to review more Steam Greenlight games. Hooray!
Lusipurr dons his pith helmet and jodhpurs, and then accidentally sells SiliconNooB, Imitanis, and Java into wage slavery. The merry imperial company then set sail for Victorian India, where late afternoon tea and crumpets are served on the veranda.
P.T.’s removal breaks PS4 digital libraries, Sega deems Alien Isolation’s 2.1 million copies sold to be disappointing, and Konami thumbs its nose at console gamers in the news of the week!
Unlike the tragic Wave Two of amiibo, the second wave of nostalgia is full of good old memories and successful Kickstarter campaigns. Follow along as Mel looks at why this second wave is coming and what it can mean down the road.
Ethos examines comedy in video games by opening with a premise, exploring that premise with examples and then asking the readers to participate in the discussion. How frightfully exciting!
Here is a secret little insight into Bup’s life. Every few days, he puts on an Ethos mask, puts on the clothing from Ethos that he stole, and walks around downtown Michigan singing a song in which the only lyrics are “kiss me, I am Ethos!”
Lusipurr fires his lawyers and sells out to a multinational news corporation with massively profitable results for all concerned, where ‘all concerned’ means ‘Lusipurr’. Panelists SiliconNooB, Imitanis, and Java are consequently forced into wage slavery.