Chris Privitere makes a guest appearance to remind everyone that EA Origin is fine now, resident Pokexpert Deimosion has an armful of Black/White 2 news, and SiliconNooB is driven to distraction when a watercooler lacks sufficient architectural beauty.
Today I’m going to talk to you about the difficulty of games. More specifically I’m going to talk to you about the fairness of difficulty in games, and the point at which we should draw the line between a good challenge and user-friendly game design. It is not the intention of this editorial to critique more »
Hello all my loyal fans and welcome to the glorious return of NATE LILES! Is this perhaps the greatest post in Lusipurr history? It is too early to tell, but I am going to go with: yes. I did this post last year and it seemed to get a good response, so I am doing more »
There comes a point in every gent’s life when he must stop, take stock and assess his priorities. Ask himself where he’s headed, and whether or not the pursuits to which he is engaged are productive ventures or futile dead-ends, as frivolous as a Texan lawsuit. I had one such moment this week when I more »
Produced 2010.06.20 When Oliver once again fails to show up for a stay at Castle Lusipurr, the staff are forced to cover E3 themselves. Bup reports on Lady Gaga’s E3 showing and Biggs spends the entire podcast silently painting her tits. Don’t be a Rude Gus: listen now! * * * * * * * more »
Produced 2010.06.06 With E3 on the horizon, the news is already beginning to dry up. Luckily, The Summer of X seems sure to provoke conversation. But, when that fails, Bup, Ginia, and Biggs bring the listeners the latest news on The Sims, Lady Gaga, and Justin Bieber. Argh!
Produced 2010.05.23 Once again, the internet manages to sidetrack the Lusipurr.com panel into a discussion of matters unsavoury. News of GameStop DLC, LittleBigPlanet 2, and 3D PS3 games round out the news. Meanwhile, a quote from FFX-2: “BROTHER: Naked Yuna? I want to see!”
Produced 2010.02.14 MAP Series 1 comes to an end with a crash and a bang as Chris Privitere of RPGamer graces the soundstage of Lusipurr.com to instill a little class, all delivered with sincere respect and tolerance of alternative lifestyles such as Australian Semaphore.
Produced 2010.01.10 Ginia’s religious experience in Apple’s phone bank is only a rumour until Microsoft steps in to confirm that God exists and will be launched in time for the 2010 Holiday season. Unable to restrain himself, Nate composes a suitable hymn for the occasion.
Eric J is mad as Hell, and he’s not going to take it anymore.