With his review pen firmly in hand, Lusipurr finally dusts off his PlayStation 4 and settles down to a much-anticipated evening in front of the television for some quality time with Tom Happ’s ode to classic platforming-exploration games, Axiom Verge.
Obsidian removes backer reward after SocJus outcry, Gameranx interview shelved because of views of developer, and a helpful Bloodborne FAQ for the PC beggar race in the news of the week!
Ever behind the times, Java feels the pressure that comes with being a self-proclaimed patient gamer. Will he shirk his adult fiscal responsibilities in favor of becoming the owner of a fresh new system with games he barely has time to play? Find out now!
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Once in a while a game that demonstrates how to compose a full product comes down the line, and these titles often set the bar for the rest of the generation. Bloodborne is such a title. Read Mel’s review on how it achieves this feat.
Buppenvolksfest is here! As is his duty as Lusipurr Dynamics indentured scholar, Java has put together a workshop to educate the unwashed masses in true Buppenvolksfest tradition and bring fresh meat to Bup’s welcoming pants. Come! Share in the terror!
Bup forces Mel to compose a review for blind people. Mel tries his best to accomodate. Does Mel pull it off? Is Bup insane? Deadline, dollar sign?
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Who knows what Ethos is talking about this time.
Someone please release Bup from this eternal torment. He just wants the sweet release of death at this point.