With several staff members using their vacation time, Imitanis continues to build in Oxygen Not Included, Reetin wins and loses in Overwatch, and Lusipurr tries out hats in Super Mario Odyssey.
When Adeki, Durga, Imitanis, and SiliconNooB are all kidnapped by sinister forces from the nearby Cat Fancy Kingdom, Lusipurr boards his trusty PIBS-fuelled Reetin airship, taking to the skies to search for and to reclaim his missing employees.
Join Durga as he dives back into the weekly (sort of) anime review series for the Autumn 2017 season! A brief hiatus for a convention and sickness was taken but we are back on track now, so let the review continue!
Microsoft announces the death of Kinect, the fortunes of Marvel vs. Capcom are looking dicey, and Shin Megami Tensei V has been unveiled in the news of the week!
Imitanis plays Oxygen Not Included, Durga dies a lot in Dark Souls II, Lusipurr continues leveling in Overwatch, and Reetin’s microphone dies with terrible results for the stream.
When the podcast recording falls on Lusipurr’s birthday, SiliconNooB gives him the gift of flight. Shortly thereafter, in a fluke accident, Adeki leaps high into the sky and over a cliff, before Imitanis follows him in a suicidal death plunge.
EA decommissions Visceral Games, Activision patents being evil, and Steam Direct has been a bigtime failure in the news of the week!
Whoops! It looks like Adeki’s Headless Horseman costume went a little too far and now his head popped off! In order to figure out how to make himself whole again Adeki is recounting his experiences with the game Headlander. Might as well review it too!
This week we have Imitanis who plays Heroes of the Storm, Reetin plays Final Fantasy 1, Durga enjoys Cuphead, and then numerous staff members fight terrifying robots in Lusipurr’s and Adeki’s Overwatch streams.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB are joined by two other people to discuss ethical game design, South Africa’s T20 league, the autumn anime season, vintage board games, fair and competitive business practises, and Lusipurr’s approach to ending relationships.