The videos for this week include Lusipurr completing Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Reetin becoming a tiny bit lost in Lost Odyssey, and Sebahamut exploring the world of Final Fantasy VI.
Sebahamut begins his fully-streamed play-through of Final Fantasy VI, Reetin begins his fully-streamed play-through of Lost Odyssey, and Lusipurr begins his fully-streamed playthrough of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. Meanwhile, Adeki is missing.
In this special round-table discussion, panelists Adeki, SiliconNooB, and Lusipurr (along with special guest Imitanis) discuss what it takes to make a truly great video game, and what video games best fulfil the potential of the medium.
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Imitanis set the record straight by categorically proving (using Science) that the PlayStation era set the stage for some of the greatest games ever made, whilst simultaneously undermining the future of the industry as a whole.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB close out the site playthrough of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, appeal for Ghosts-‘n’-Goblins-oriented donations, inaugurate the Final Fantasy VII Remake Update segment, and cover news from Nintendo, Shenmue, and Nintendo.
Lusipurr absolutely and certainly did not spend all day editing the podcast only to delete it by accident, and hence this episode features Imitanis and SiliconNooB joining him to comment on Nintendo leaks and the Bloodstained Kickstarter campaign.
Lusipurr.com is pleased to present Nocturne in the Moonlight: A Castlevania: Symphony of the Night playthrough!
This week, Bup warns Lusipurr about increasing numbers of sham amiibo (shamiibo), a sham Bup pretends after the greatness of the original (and fails), a real Australian sleeps on the job, and Imitanis should NOT be applied directly to the perineum.
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Mel find themselves utterly downhearted after sifting through yet another week of depressing news. But then, they find a ray of hope in an unlikely place, and things begin to look up, eventually culminating in a very merry Bup.
When the panel fails to show up, Lusipurr has no choice but to dig through his records to find an even earlier recording of the Internet Radio Programme than that used in TSM 44. This time, he selects the second IRP episode, recorded in October of 1998!