The final voting round has begun! With the selection narrowed to only five games, now is the time to vote for which games Lusipurr will play and review. Cast your final vote today!
From refugees of Blizzard Entertainment, Carbine Studios brings an immense, impressive, and immutable experience that shows the passion that many an MMO creator seem to lack as of late.
Mel continues his discussion of the pitfalls of this industry by examining industry pressures on games media. Of course Mel would also like to point out that these problems are not endemic to Lcom as Lcom is best website and Reggie is best blanket.
Imitanis rounds up information from a whole bunch of indie developers in his first indie update. Join him as he summarises the latest from the popular indie devs.
Ethos is rediscovering his love for video games in a huge way and his time at Castle Lusipurr only added to this fact. What does all that have to do with New Super Mario Bros. U? Read on to find out, silly!
When Lusipurr begins an audit of the books, he discovers a terrible error: Imitanis has been stealing the Literature Corner for months! After several redactions, corrections, and updates, a reappropriation ensures that SiliconNooB gets his just desserts.
Sony dominates Hardware sales, Sony dominates software sales, and Ghost Dad makes a return in a non-Cosby fashion in the news of the week!
Bup is back again with some really, REALLY horrible looking Steam Greenlight games! Enjoy seeing the worst trash in an already horrible pile of trash!
Fighting the urge to once again talk about Nintendo, Mel uses retail pre-orders as a launching point to discuss some of the greater ailments of the industry from on disc DLC to bad games journalism. Come inside and vent alongside Mel about this big mess.
Imitanis has a rather large collection of old games. Looking at his collection, a great many are available digitally. He ponders if he should sell off his physical games and embrace a wholly digital future.
In this edition of Editorial Miscellany, Ethos discovers the Super Nintendo for the first time and launches into praise for timeless games and how they are important to guide the current confused generation of games to eventually find their way.