Lusipurr is joined by SiliconNooB and Mel in an evaluation of England’s continuing poor form with the bat and bad luck with the ball. A rambling trip through the week’s news, and the games of yesteryear, rounds out an extended-length, pre-holiday podcast.
Feminism rears its unkempt head to tarnish Dragon’s Crown, Nintendo begs Wii owners to consider buying Wii U, and Dennis Dyack details his plans to rob gullible Nintendo fanboys blind in the news of the week.
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and KillswitchTool cover the announcement of the PlayStation 4, though details about the nature of the system seem hard to come by–especially in the wake of Sony’s pre-planned, two-hour-long, highly-scripted, marketing blitzkrieg.
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?
This week, Enrei overcomes his fear of clowns and goes on a crime spree with Overkill Software’s Payday: The Heist. Does Payday manage a clean getaway, or will the cops shut the heist down before it begins?
Gearbox Software and 2k Games announce the sequel to Borderlands, appropriately titled Borderlands 2. Gearbox also revealed details on story missions, gun manufacturers old and new, and the games release window.
Eric J talks about goals. Go get ‘em, tiger!
Produced 2009.12.13 Another week, another stinker. Exhausted after another night spent in gaol for drunk & disorderly conduct, Oliver is as noncommital as ever. Nate tries to engage him, only to find himself thwarted by Eric J’s savage punnery. Meanwhile, Lusipurr weeps.
Produced 2009.11.15 Nate Liles ensures that the podcast doesn’t go off without a hitch as the panel welcomes Eric J for the first time and Johnny Pipes as special guest. Ginia and Lusi barely manage a word in edgewise between Nate’s flatulent outbursts. It’s terribad!
So, I was going to review Borderlands today, but WordPress decided to delete my entire review before I could post it (quick review: it’s awesome). However, Borderlands reminded me how important a good co-op experience is in games these days. The Halo and Gears of War series’ are always commended for having excellent co-op gameplay, more »