This week Mel examines the preview coverage of Bloodborne that has been pouring out of the many games shows lately. From those previews he has gained a modicum of faith in director Hidetaka Miyazaki for his boldness to forgo the familiar.
Ethos finally owns a PlayStation Vita and is really, really enjoying it. What about the system does he like most and which games have caught his attention first? Click, read, find out, and then have the knowledge forever!
The first Lusi vs. Bup arrives in a feature-length podcast crammed chock-full of culture: Literature, Music, and Intelligent Discourse all feature prominently, as does a double helping of Cricket live-commentated from the last over of the T20 Blast final!
Stop making crappy games, people! Please, no more. Just stop. Stop. Stop. Stop. Stop.Stop.Stop.Stop.Stop.Stop.Stop.Stop.St
Denis Dyack maintains silence over further child abuse allegations, Phil Spencer tries to convince gamers that Microsoft is not evil by appealing to their appreciation of business practice, and 1080p suddenly matters to Microsoft in the news of the week!
This week Mel runs back to his safety blanket of Nintendo themed discussion and takes a look at their advertisement strategies over the years. It does well to demonstrate the company’s aloofness and cunning all in one subject matter. So click on through!
Ethos turns 28 today and is deciding to celebrate by posting a late and short Editorial Miscellany. In true Terrible Canadian fashion. Do not wish him well. He does not deserve it.
Lusipurr, Ethos, SiliconNooB, Blitzmage, and Iliya are momentarily buoyed by report of English Cricket victories, surpassing all expectations. Unfortunately, a run of depressing news is more than enough to misdirect the panelists into the doldrums.
Silent Hills gets signal boosted via Sony’s Gamescom conference, Microsoft reveales that they have paid off Square Enix for Tomb Raider timed-exclusivity, and Zynga continues its downward trajectory in the news of the week!
What is worse than the taste of orange juice just after one has brushed their teeth? Why, the final episode of the Bioshock: Infinite saga, of course!