As Java converts the LusipurrCorp basement to a slightly less dingy testing facility, he lends some final thoughts on trilogies and Bravely Default. He will be hanging up the pen for a bit next week, so he feels he must get his rambles in before then.
This week’s topic is a look at the changing sentiments toward DLC and game delay announcements. Mel looks at how both of these old industry practices have changed over the years, for better and for worse.
Ethos did NOT forget his excerpt this week. Oh no! What will happen now? Ethos supposes he will take this opportunity to admit that he is a lazy, feckless, shiftless, gormless, bootless, helpless, useless, bumbling, blundering, babbling, blithering dolt.
Bup brings back everyone’s favorite series with a bang! Or a woosh. Or whatever. These games are crap.
Java has not been at the Lusipurr.com Panopticon long, but he knows the score, and he aims to lower it. This week, he takes a look a Freedom Wars, a title quickly rising as one of his best value games for the PlayStation Vita. Who plays those anymore?
Mel shares some ruminations on his second pass through the world of Bloodborne. From discussion of character builds and the mysterious use of Insight, to the prospects of paid story DLC, Mel looks at what works and what kind of works.
Bup has not been playing anything worth talking about lately. Other than Super Mario World for the SNES. So enjoy an article written about a 25 year old game!
Java’s busted up hand is just about done healing, so he revisits the concept of games as part of the healing process before he returns to his labor job in the LusipurrCorp Orichalcum Mines. Apparently, Lusipurr is still waiting for those stylish rims.
In the wake of a truly great exclusive, Mel looks at the practice as it has changed throughout this generation. Sony and Nintendo have very different relationships with exclusivity, but without question an exclusive can still be a valuable thing.
Ethos forgot his excerpt! Oh, no! What will happen now? Lusipurr will write the excerpt and fill it with abuse to the effect that Ethos is a lazy, feckless, shiftless, gormless, bootless, helpless, useless, bumbling, blundering, babbling, blithering dolt.