Lusipurr (voiced by Gilbert Gottfried) assembles a panel consisting of SiliconNooB, Blitzmage, The Legendary Zoltan, and Mel (all voiced by Gilbert Gottfried), to discuss Denis Dyack, Don Mattrick, and Stephane D’Astous (all voiced by Gilbert Gottfried).
KillswitchTool ends his three week series on a low note this week when he examines Microsoft’s Xbox Live. Will he find anything positive to say about the service? Probably not.
The matter of used games on the PS4 may not be as settled as initially thought, Australia’s new R18+ rating gets it comically wrong, and terrible parents get rewarded for their negligence in the news of the week.
Zoltan’s Reading Room finally attains to a glorious and satisfying conclusion, Lusipurr inveighs against the Culture Machine, and SiliconNooB speaks out against censorship in what may be the last of the really long Lusipurr.com podcasts. Brevity ho!
EA attempt to foist their games upon unwary Call of Duty fans, Zynga hits hard times, and THQ hits harder times in the week’s minor news implosions.
Square Enix unveils a game which is not a radio drama, Final Fantasy: Dimensions is crippled by a bug, and the launch of PSOne Classics on Vita is badly botched by Sony of America in this week’s under-performing news hiccups.
Chris ‘Sabin’ Privitere stops by to remind everyone of just how wrong he can be, whilst Lusipurr gladly revels in his own constant and enduring rightness. Imitanis decides that no news is good news, Ethos reports on Limbo 2, and Ginia simply vanishes.
Ubisoft is to provide the poor Man’s launch line-up for Wii U, Jade Raymond despairs at core gaming’s refusal to embrace motion controls, and Gabe Newell says that Windows 8 is a catastrophe, which all but guarantees that it will be in this week’s news!
Nintendo downclocks their potential, Square Enix’s technology director gibbers like a fool, and the 3DS’ deficiencies are glossed over in this week’s spintacular news segment!
Digging back into the mists of time, Lusipurr uses his Chrono Trigger to uncover a podcast from the early days of the internet, predating Lusipurr.com, broadband, both the PlayStation3 and PlayStation2, the iPod and iPhone, and the word ‘podcast’ itself!