Lusipurr.com announces a new style of editorial post: Points of View. This week, join the roundtable for a discussion on the state of JRPGs.
This Sunday, Biggs tenders her resignation with a story that would make former staff member Nate Liles shed manly tears.
Valve announces a release date for the first free Portal 2 DLC. Now, to decipher whether this is in Valve Time or real time!
Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney will make its way to international shores, Valve looks at a calendar, trading in your games is tantamount to drug trafficking, and competition with controllers may advance the future of medicine.
Old people fall (literally) for the Kinect, Konami proves they love Billboard and hate everything good, and Square-Enix tries their hand at time travel yet again!
On July the Fourth, Biggs ignored the American holiday to concentrate on Japan. For Labor Day, the news again revolves around glorious Nippon, but now with added Australia. G’day gozaimasu!
Following the video game explosion that was Penny Arcade Expo 2011, Biggs sorts through to find the gems of the convention, some predictable while others entirely unexpected.
Sony wants to redeem themselves from Xperia failure while Second Life gamers fail for the public, weeaboos find their way in Japan while Japanese Disgaea 4 fans laugh at them, and Final Fantasy FINALLY gets its beloved chocobos!
Konami theorizes about infinity, Bungie employees kick ass (no word on bubble gum chewing), Bandai knows you love giant robots, and scammers rob you blind!
Valve teases us with Portal and DotA 2 news, we see the good, the bad, and the ugly of the courtroom, and Japan gives weeaboos all they could ever want in a card game.