1997 was a very good year for tactical RPGs on the Sony PlayStation.
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!
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!
The Legendary Zoltan follows up his early June upmix with an entirely new Death Metal composition inspired by Battle on the Bridge from Final Fantasy Tactics.
Digging back into the mists of time, Lusipurr uses his Chrono Trigger to uncover a podcast from the early days of the internet, predating Lusipurr.com, broadband, both the PlayStation3 and PlayStation2, the iPod and iPhone, and the word ‘podcast’ itself!
Final Fantasy is well-known for its many spinoff entries. In this piece, Deimosion explores the most popular of these spinoffs, the three SRPGs that make up the Final Fantasy Tactics sub-series of games. This is the way!
Coming to grips with the week’s news, the podcast panel handily assembles to grasp the nettle of some controversial topics. Also: the panelists discuss their lack of hands-on experience with Wild Arms, all without placing the finger of blame upon anyone.
Produced 2010.10.31 Lusi and Biggs set about taking an enormous poo on Micro$oft, but it isn’t undeserved. The prophecies of Kudo Tsunoda are exposed as lies. M$ stock takes a tumble as a result. Meanwhile, Emperor Kotick grows powerful at their expense.
Produced 2010.10.24 PKMN Hunt 2010 Runner-Up Kendra ‘Jew’ Evans claims her prize of a guest-spot on the podcast in this landmark episode featuring the four horsemen of the apocalypse: Bobby Kotick, George Lucas, Peter Molyneux, and Yoichi Wada. Then, Baconnaise is discussed!
Produced 2010.10.17 Lusipurr makes his much-desired return with Ginia and SiliconNooB on hand to provide important commentary on the issues of the day, including Final Fantasy XIV, the availability of Mew, the lack of NPD numbers, and the shocking sales of the PS Move.