In defiance of Sega and Atlus, the podcast panel reveals every single Persona 5 secret, beginning with the protagonist’s final words referring to his childhood sled, and ending with the shocking death of his beloved professor and headmaster.
Atlus abuses copyright to bully streamers, multiple Legend of Heroes releases are on the horizon, and Gearbox partners with black market swindlers in the news of the week!
Bread, bread, bread. Also mustard, cricket, video games, anime, and music of the 1990s. But more or less primarily, if we are entirely honest, this is a podcast about, concerning, centred around, and otherwise with a focus on that staple worldwide: bread.
Final Fantasy XV is treated as an afterthought among Japanese developers, Double Dragon IV is announced for a January release, and a former Ubisoft developer weighs in on Nintendo Switch in the news of the week!
Nintendo Switch is apparently severely underclocked, Crytek is falling to pieces, and Atlus unveil their new traditional fantasy RPG in the news of the week!
With Thanksgiving approaching, Lusipurr, Adeki, and SiliconNooB try to be thankful despite sinking Cricket teams, release date delays, and disappointing Final Fantasy XV development decisions. Bonus: Horatio Hornblower makes a special holiday appearance.
When Lord Gaben hears last week’s Lusipurr.com special report into Steam gambling connivances, he takes whip (cease and desist notices) in hand (e-mail), and casts forth (notifies) the moneychangers (gambling bot owners) from the temple (Steam OpenID).
Nintendo reanimates the legacy of the NES in order to push plastic tat, Valve gets serious about stopping Steam item gambling, and Tokyo Mirage Sessions director laments Nintendo censorship in the news of the week!
SiliconNooB and Lusipurr celebrate Dependence Day at Ayers Rock by watching England beat Ceylon. Meanwhile, Imitanis and Adeki plot rebellion and mutiny, but are forestalled by a Frenchman with a penchant for les poissons–and intellectual property theft.
Nintendo all but pulls out of E3, choosing instead to hide under a warm, Mario-print blanket. SiliconNooB and Lusipurr despair, preferring to discuss the Cricket rather than Nintendo’s (mis)fortunes.