Adam Orth campaigns against cyber bullies, Phil Harrison remains bullish on the Xbone’s future, and Ground Zeroes is beaten within ten minutes in the news of the week!
EA cancels the launch of Titanfall in South Africa, Kojima says there is too much content in The Phantom Pain, and Retro Studios declares that Wii U is a technological “powerhouse” in the news of the week!
Everything old is new again when Lusipurr rehires every staff member ever to have worked at Lusipurr.com. Sonic goes fast, much to the delight of panelists SiliconNooB, Durga Syn, and Mel, who are eager to play the Western-only Wii U exclusive.
This week Che raps about the epic saga of Metal Gear. Beginning in its humble roots as a frustratingly dense NES game, Metal Gear would later spawn a frustratingly dense series of films with a narrative so complex even Tolstoy would throw his hands up.
The Legendary Zoltan demonstrates that he is MIDI-capable with Chrono Trigger, SiliconNooB brings a wealth of facts and information to bear upon the Xbone, and, in a stunning reversal, Lusipurr plays all of the games that he has not played until now!
Yoichi Wada is junked for poor performance, Wii U is shunned for poor performance, and David Hayter is denied a return performance in the news of the week.
Hideo Kojima hints at taking the reins of the Silent Hill series, Nintendo primes the retail check-out by creating artificial scarcity, and Notch refuses to have Minecraft certified for Windows 8 in this week’s news.
In an effort to bring the latest POSITIVE and UPLIFTING news to gamers, Deimosion and Lusipurr hijack the Trans-Pacific Cable normally reserved for Australian use. In a Lusipurr.com first, the news is almost entirely good: great games are on the horizon!
Chris ‘Sabin’ Privitere of RPGamer joins an already over-stuffed podcast panel to discuss Persona 2 on the PSP, Assassin’s Creed in the American War of Rebellion and Mutiny, the Binding of Isaac, the closure of Sony MMOs, and updates to Final Fantasy XIV.
This week Konami belt some franchise release dates to all ends of the field, while Square Enix send their men out to the ropes in hope of an early breakthrough.