Lusipurr, Ethos, and SiliconNooB scrape the bottom of the barrel to find news worth reporting. As the end-of-year playthrough approaches, the panelists appeal to readers to comment and spread the word about the site. Step up and tell your friends today!
The brilliant metaphysico-theologico-cosmolo-nigologist Lusipurr delivers himself of a lecture on Leibnizian Optimism to his receptive (if beery, and perennially inebriate) pupil, SiliconNooB, demonstrating that this is the best of all possible podcasts.
Akihiko Yoshida leaves Square Enix, PS3 owners like their porn, and poor COD sales causes Activision to offer up some weak excuses in the news of the week!
Lusipurr, Blitzmage, and Mel have finally had enough of the miseries attendant upon the year 2013, and decide to hold the man of blood–the green menace–the villain of the hour, Luigi–responsible for ‘his’ year, indicting him for his calamitous intent.
Square Enix sets up a committee for boltering the quality of the Final Fantasy brand, Pokemon X and Y ship with a game breaking bug, and Kinect is set to be utilised to spy on shoppers in the news of the week!
After reaching the previous MAP milestone of 120 episodes, Lusipurr consolidates the Megaphones Ahoy! and Starlight Megaphone episode numbers into a single production list, and SiliconNooB and Gyme cause a ‘technical difficulty’ with obscene utterances.
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!
Despite another week of news from the front lines of the console wars, Lusipurr, Gyme, and SiliconNooB instead choose to examine the surprising success of Squeenix’s recently-relaunched Final Fantasy XIV and the perils of being too successful by half.
With the news that the latest iteration of the Breath of Fire franchise is to be turned into an online-only mobile game, Imitanis looks at how the industry is gradually shifting towards online games.
When SiliconNooB and Blitzmage bristle at the idea of paying moderate taxes that will provide for the conservation of historical sites, Lusipurr is forced to explain the value of preserving classical heritage–a principle in which he leads by example.