Mel poops on AAA game development by going over the spectacular failures that sector has produced in the last quarter of 2014. From Bungie and Ubisoft, to Respawn Entertainment, Mel discusses some of what went wrong.
Ethos has been playing many incarnations of Mario RPG games recently and considering how it has been seven years since a Mario RPG appeared on a home console, he speculates on what the next one could – or should – look like.
Bup can finally write these excerpts on his own. No more Ethos and Mel to tell him what to do! He is gonna jump on the bed and stay up till midnight! Take that, Mom and Dad!
SiliconNooB and Imitanis join Lusipurr in a representation of three great English-speaking centres of world culture: Britain, North America, and Australia, in a podcast designed to urge Imitanis to play more Warcraft with Lusipurr for glory and mounts.
Nintendo to unify development, developers speak up about AAA flops, and Microsoft goofs on pricing in the news of the week!
While recovering from a virtual reality mishap, Java decided to tone down on the graphics for a bit. He managed to fix the office mail tube, and sent us a report from the world of DOS games. It was stuffed in his pants, which were also sent via tube.
Mel discusses game guides this week and his personal involvement with them. Both professional ones for purchase and free ones online, game guides have fallen from prominence lately in favor of on-demand info from WIKIs. Read on and discuss!
Ethos played Super Paper Mario. Ethos played Final Fantasy X. Ethos wrote about Super Paper Mario and Final Fantasy X. There is something else Ethos wrote about as well. Hm, what could it be?
Steam Greenlight is basically the real life incarnation of that guy in movies wearing a trench coat who has a bunch of knock-off watches in the lining.
In the first podcast of 2015, Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Mel distribute gifts to a lucky reader and staff member. Then, reflecting on the possibility of felicity in the New Year, plans are made for magnificent new Lusipurr.com endeavours and offices.