Lusipurr and SiliconNooB are joined by two other people to discuss ethical game design, South Africa’s T20 league, the autumn anime season, vintage board games, fair and competitive business practises, and Lusipurr’s approach to ending relationships.
Lusipurr.com presents Final Fantasy Origins: A Final Fantasy I and II Playthrough!
The possibility of a VII remake is stamped out for good and all by Wada, the 3DS XL is set to launch July/August, Reggie blasts anyone not with Nintendo’s program, and Hiromichi Tanaka takes his leave of Square Enix in this week’s oddly symmetrical news.
The Final Fantasy series has, for decades, shaped the face of the Japanese RPG. Join Daniel as he takes a step back in time in the first part of a multi-editorial retrospective to discuss the Final Fantasy franchise’s first few entries for the NES.
Slab Bulkhead talks portals, Deimosion takes us on a walk through history, Reetin details an apology, Enrei updates us on Minecraft, Blitzmage is alarmed about exclusivity, and Lusipurr announces a price point. Also, Extra Life donations take off!
Final Fantasy Tactics finally sees release on iTunes at a very interesting price point – Square Enix celebrates by slashing the prices of their iOS catalogue, and passing the savings on to you, the consumer.
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.
Despite not knowing the date, the episode number, or his own name, Lusipurr nevertheless throws down the gauntlet to the readers of Lusipurr.com, challenging them to donate money to ensure his first review ever is of one of the worst RPGs ever produced.
The Lusipurr.com Summer Donation Drive has begun. From now until 20 August, donate your hard-earned (or not-so-hard-earned) fundage to Lusipurr.com. Why? To make Lusipurr suffer for your amusement, of course.
Produced 2010.01.24 Lusipurr.com welcomes aboard a new staff member in this diet, Nate-Liles-free, podcast. Confronted with the sixth delay of a much-anticipated game (and accessory), the panel instead considers whether or not it is safe to put the SOM in one’s mouth.