In a Labour Day holiday podcast, Lusipurr and Adeki sit down to reflect upon the first experiences with Final Fantasy VII following its launch on the Sony Playstation, two decades ago, on 7 September, 1997, before Lusipurr recites the Banjo-Kazooie poem.
Adeki tries to think of a pun in the excerpt pertaining to this week’s games but ultimately fails to do so and writes this instead. What good games could have possibly come out in 1997? The world may never know. Unless someone was to read on to find out!
We live in disturbing times. The era of Cup Noodle. Games are getting worse, and for those who care it is a repulsive thing to behold.
There can really be only one question when we talk about Final Fantasy: which female character is your favorite? This week we tackle that most important subject, head on.
Post-Switch launch sees Sebahamut playing Final Fantasy VI and Final Fantasy VII, Reetin continuing his long play through of Lost Odyssey, and Lusipurr wandering around in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
With Lusipurr distracted by Dragon Quest VIII and a plate full of blueberry pancakes, Adeki, Imitanis, and SiliconNooB break into the company larder and make off with the Presidential Mutton Supply, resultling in a building-wide lockdown and mutton-hunt.
Late is the hour and long overdue the messenger when Nintendo’s Witch is at last revealed, and the English-speaking peoples of Britannia, Australia, and Her Majesty’s American Colonies unite together as of one voice in condemnation: Burn the Witch!
The mobile “gaming” industry can not content itself with original “content”, and have released several classic console games for the touch-obsessed, with predictably disastrous results.
Nomura continues to botch Final Fantasy VII, a World of Final Fantasy demo will release this week, and more bad news for Nintendo’s NX in the news of the week!
Battleborn goes Free-To-Play, Yusuke Naora has left Square Enix, and the studio behind Firewatch plans to make terrible movies in the news of the week!