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!
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.
The Lusipurr.com WORST OF THE YEAR Awards are HERE! NOW! It is real and IT IS HAPPENING.
With the release of Serious Sam 3: BFE Croteam have revolutionized DRM, sending a giant pink scorpion to hound pirates unto the point fury, setting an example for the rest of the industry to follow.
Duke Nukem proves to be legendary vaporware but a not-so-legendary game, Bobby Kotick proves to be a legendary whore, and Japan maintains its place for legendary weirdness.
The panelists rage against censorship whilst Biggs files her nails. Suddenly appearing out of the blue, RootBeerKing talks about games no one has ever heard of, and Lane proposes genocide as the best way to solve the crippling Texan Grill Crisis of 2011.
Produced 2011.03.27 On FRIDAY, Bup and SiliconNooB adopt a DRILLING, intellectual approach in their investigation of the latest industry news. The result, which is sure to be a WHEEZE, covers topics including Duke Nukem Forever, the Nintendo 3DS, and GeoHot in South America.
Produced 2011.01.23 In a podcast described as “better than Shakespeare”, the Lusipurr.com staff and guests assemble to celebrate the completion of one hundred episodes of the Megaphones Ahoy! Podcast, replete with fart noises, horns, and a phone call to the Montok. Enjoy!
Produced 2010.09.05 Lusipurr takes the opportunity to dive into the Final Fantasy XIV Open Beta, only to find that he has travelled back in time to the year 2005. SN and Biggs try to find him in the timestream, but are distracted by buxom ladies of the Victorian era.
Testosterone Overload If you live under a rock or have been infected with Lane’s insanity disease, you may not know that this year’s Penny Arcade Expo revealed to the public that after twelve long years of development and legal battles, Duke Nukem Forever lost its infamous status as perpetual vaporware to become an ACTUAL GAME. more »