As E3 looms on the horizon, Imitanis and SiliconNooB assist Lusipurr in presenting the veritable deluge of industry news, covering everything from game releases to new game announcements to future games in playable preview–AND the Holy Grail is found!
With the end of the Summer of Smash, SiliconNooB’s attentions are diverted to other, more Australian, pursuits, including kangaroos, exploding breasts, and inevitable panty-shots, leading Lusipurr to wonder if SN has become a covert SJW paedo-defender!
As new TSM format changes are gradually incorporated to refresh the podcast, Lusipurr details upcoming site features involving unwitting (and unwilling) staff members, with the omnious approach of Bup awaited with both enthusiasm and concern.
With E3 on the horizon, the weekly gaming news evaporates, leaving the normally lubricated Australian more than a little parched. In an effort to stave off SiliconNooB’s impending dessication, Imitanis and Lusipurr douse him with Cricket and literature.
A boozed-up SiliconNooB nearly comes to blows with Lusipurr over a question of the elitist interpretation of art. Meanwhile, rumours suggest Nintendo’s NX is designed to play mobile apps, Capcom learns a lesson, and Lancelot is driven to his wits’ end.
Nintendo all but pulls out of E3, choosing instead to hide under a warm, Mario-print blanket. SiliconNooB and Lusipurr despair, preferring to discuss the Cricket rather than Nintendo’s (mis)fortunes.
With Nintendo’s refusal to show the NX at E3 2016 and their delay of the new Zelda title until 2017, and with PSN itself now more profitable than Nintendo’s entire business operation, SiliconNooB and Lusipurr once again despair for the fate of the Big N.
Imitanis joins the podcast panel once again in search of Diablo III, SiliconNooB brings forth the bad–and the good–news about Final Fantasy XV, and Lusipurr wrestles with the schizophrenic controls of StarFox Zilch.
As Lancelot carries Arthur’s fight against Fort Mayne to every corner of Old England, Lusipurr and SiliconNooB wish that they had access to the Gramarye of those legendary days.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB consider Nintendo’s changing audience demographics and unchanging business attitude, the decision to make Final Fantasy XV the first car-boot-based JRPG in history, and the shocking arrogance of the Final Fantasy VII Remake devs.