Square Enix cometh hot from hell, bearing gloom and doom and tidings fell, and Lusipurr is not at all well with a poem about a bell, bell, bell, bell, bell, bell, bell, with lengthy rhyming poem about a bell.
All future Square Enix games will be service based, Square Enix is having trouble recruiting for the Final Fantasy VII Rebreak, and Capcom’s future Switch support is contingent upon the success of Ultra Street Fighter II in the news of the week!
Join Durga as he reaches into the mystical bag of anime to post a review of a story of a girl and her sword, a “sword story” if you will. Katanagatari is the anime this week, and there is much to be said on it!
Are you in the market for a new computer, and even fancy a game or two, but need to save money for more tea and cakes? Have no fear, as you are about to learn Sebahamut’s several secrets of successful system searches!
Adeki runs as fast as his chubby legs can carry him to the nearest Burger King. Since it took him so long though, the year has suddenly advanced from 1991 into 1992! What surprises lay inside this year? Read on!
Sebahamut continues with Final Fantasy VI, Durga starts Tales of Symphonia, Reetin dies in Final Fantasy III, Lusipurr takes time out to play Castlevania: Circle of the Moon and Metroid, and Adeki watches Until Dawn.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB discuss various accessories for classic gaming consoles, ranging from the useful (NES Advantage), to the obscure (Konami LaserScope), to the truly horrendous (NES Power Glove).
Square Enix have not committed to further remakes, an animal welfare crisis is currently afflicting Second Life, and Destiny 2 is giving Switch a miss in the news of the week!
Life will never be the same, but important lessons were learned along the way. One must always keep sweet cream butter on hand. And cakes. Many cakes.
Adeki takes a joy-ride in the TARDIS to explore the world of gaming in 1991. Was it as fun as the tv shows made it out to be? Or was it a desolate wasteland devoid of all happiness? Read on to find out!