Crytek unveils plans to become an exclusive F2P studio, Ubisoft claims that low-quality spin-offs are integral to the Assassin’s Creed business model, and new THQ boss Jason Rubin signals his intent to ruin Saints Row in this week’s news headlines.
In the spirit of blatant untimeliness, Riddles gives his personal year-in-review of the year 2011, as pertains to gaming. So three months ago, right?
Isaac gets buried in a dank basement by Nintendo, Bioshock Infinite debuts a sparkly new release date, and Ezio makes like an Indian in this week’s authentically American news leavings.
Welcome to the World of Sequeldom. Do you love it? Or do you hate it? Or do you, like Thea, try to take the diplomatic approach and weigh the options.
At a time when friends-lists everywhere are filled with end-of-the year memes and resolutions, Thea takes a few moments to look back at five games that defined her gaming experience in 2011.
I have been playing and enjoying Dead Space 2 for a week now, it is a brilliant game which should not give me cause for complaint, but it does. You see I had not realised that Dead Space 2 was online pass enabled, I generally like to think the best of people (j/k) and so 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 »
Ubisoft continues the conspiratorial storyline of assassins versus templars with the recent release of Assassin’s Creed 2. AC2 tells the story of Ezio Auditore de Firenze, an assassin in Renaissance Italy, and Desmond Miles, a near-future descendant of Ezio. Ezio is out to get revenge on a group of conspirators for the unjust killing of more »
Produced 2009.11.22 Turkey is on the menu as the podcast panel gears up for Thanksgiving, now less than a week away. Nate is hungry and can think only of Turkey, whilst Eric J and Ginia desperately try to distract him from further amateur operatics. Poor Lusipurr!
Produced 2009.11.01 Nate “I’m a Banana” Liles and Ginia “Cheese!? Where!?” Herrell team up to bring you spookycast against the wishes of their betters (Lusipurr). A Wii baby-shaking game can’t save the system from financial meltdown, and the PS3 proves overwhelming popular!