Lusipurr and Bup take on the slowest of slow news weeks when even the Cricket is on holiday.
When SiliconNooB goes on a bender to celebrate sudden Australian ascendancy in the Ashes, Lusipurr is forced to call up Bup for a thoughtful look at Satoru Iwata’s influence on game development, with both panelists choosing to focus on EarthBound.
When England win the first Ashes test in Cardiff, Lusipurr is jubilant and SiliconNooB is on the sauce. Nevertheless, the panelists discuss Ranpo Kitan: Game of Laplace, Konami’s tyrranical conduct, and the many concerns circling around Mighty No. 9.
Loyalists Lusipurr and SiliconNooB make a last-minute appeal for the yearly fundraiser, look forward to the Ashes, and brief listeners on some major changes in site policy–and there’s still time to harvest another bumper crop of news from Nintendo!
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB close out the site playthrough of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, appeal for Ghosts-‘n’-Goblins-oriented donations, inaugurate the Final Fantasy VII Remake Update segment, and cover news from Nintendo, Shenmue, and Nintendo.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB sit down to discuss the most important news from E3 2015: Square Enix’s announcement of a Final Fantasy VII remake for the PlayStation 4. –And only that, really. It is the most important story–all other stories are unimportant.
Lusipurr absolutely and certainly did not spend all day editing the podcast only to delete it by accident, and hence this episode features Imitanis and SiliconNooB joining him to comment on Nintendo leaks and the Bloodstained Kickstarter campaign.
This week, Bup warns Lusipurr about increasing numbers of sham amiibo (shamiibo), a sham Bup pretends after the greatness of the original (and fails), a real Australian sleeps on the job, and Imitanis should NOT be applied directly to the perineum.
Christopher ‘Chris’ Privitere arrives to end The Zestria War by formally apologising for his churlish and ungrateful conduct, but the panelists are unprepared for his verbal onslaught, culminating in an aggressively victim-blaming, anti-Zestria narrative.
As the last Lusipurr.com readers leave the site and the lights finally go dark at the formerly impressive Tower of Lusipurr, the panelists consider whether to cease production of site content and focus instead upon watching the Cricket and reading poetry.