When Nintendo announces a Kirby-themed remake of the Japanese classic, Battle Royale, Lusipurr, Adeki, and Imitanis discuss what sort of compromises were necessary in order to make the hyper-violent thriller suitable for Nintendo’s customer base.
Runescape is racist, Bungie is racist, and Pewdiepie is racist in the news of the week!
This week, Durga finishes his review of Death Note (2017). This will not be fun for anybody.
Adeki delves deep into difficulty settings in video games and how varied they can truly be. Will this editorial be a walk in the park for the illiterate idiot? Or will it be an agitating adventure Adeki is not yet ready to face? Read on to find out more!
Imitanis plays Stellaris, Reetin continues with Chrono Trigger, and Adeki dies a lot in Overwatch.
The staff and friends of Lusipurr.com perform a reimagining of Lusipurr’s high school freshman-year magnum opus: Escape from Narshe, the Final Fantasy VI radio play.
The industry has run out of good games to reboot, Nintendo loses patent dispute, and Steam was breifly taken down in Malaysia in the news of the week!
After a year of not leaving his house aside from the ocassional excursion to Taco Bell, Adeki ventured out into the wilderness known as downtown Sacramento to attend SacAnime Summer 2017. Read his feature-length report on the adventure here!
Imitanis continues with more Factorio, Durga finds himself Earthbound, Reetin trudges along with Chrono Trigger, and Lusipurr hunts Dracula in Castlevania III.
In a Labour Day holiday podcast, Lusipurr and Adeki sit down to reflect upon the first experiences with Final Fantasy VII following its launch on the Sony Playstation, two decades ago, on 7 September, 1997, before Lusipurr recites the Banjo-Kazooie poem.