Imitanis, SiliconNooB, and Scum Thicko McGee join Lusipurr in reporting on opposite examples of game console production and video game development, before the Round Table is at last ended and the next podcast reading is announced.
Square Enix lies about Final Fantasy XV profitability, Resident Evil VII performs decently but shows signs of decline, and Steam dumps Greenlight in the news of the week!
In this week, Some things happen! Other things, however, do not. Join Durga Syn as he delves into yet another week of the Winter 2017 Anime season!
Sebahamut makes his debut with Lords of the Realm II; Reetin plays Rogue Legacy, Choice Chamber, and the closed beta of For Honor; Lusipurr endures the torment of Final Fantasy X-2’s opening scenes; and Adeki fails miserably at Mega Man 2 on easy mode.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB rejoice in reaching podcast production parity: the culmination of years of RPGamer staff walkabouts, holidays, junkets, and sundry days-off on the occasion of births, deaths, weddings, funerals, feasts, fasting, and boredom.
After England’s shock collapse against Bangladesh, panelists SiliconNooB and Adeki join Lusipurr in a discussion about the most successful ways to develop a continuing series, looking at Final Fantasy, Breath of Fire, Wild Arms, Pokemon, and Dragon Quest.
EA bans the entire country of Burma from playing vidya, Windows 10 Store bought games do not allow online multiplayer with other PC versions, and Street Fighter V has sold fewer than 100k copies over the last six months in the news of the week!
Final Fantasy XV is renewed for another season (pass) despite the interestingness of its presentation, the origin of the Jellybean language is discussed in detail, the Cricket Championship winners are announced, and the sun begins to set on Camelot.
Keiji Inafune’s Xbone exclusive is downgraded to a budget title, six million people own a copy of Final Fantasy XIV, and Capcom are back to their old tricks in the news of the week!
In the year 21XX, X and Zero face down the malevolent Sigma and his army of Reploids. Is this first Mega Man game on the Super Nintendo worthy to bear the classic name of the much-loved franchise? Or is it a pale imitation of the original blue bomber?