Lusipurr celebrates the first week of the site-wide Vagrant Story playthrough with his own version of The Financial Times, uniting economics-and-finance specialist panelists Ethos, Mel, and SiliconNooB for the inaugural report of the Wall Market Urinal.
What do Kickstarter, DLC and casual gaming all have in common? They all are good ideas that have been utterly destroyed by the industry of video games. This week KillswitchTool takes a look at the industry’s ultimate talent of destroying any decent idea.
This week, Deimosion takes a look at innovation and stagnation and the difficulty in striking a balance between new and old. Does he think innovation is a good thing? Read on to find out!
The panel investigates the Final Fantasy XIII rumour mill in a special roundtable discussion of speculative news. Has Versus XIII been canceled? Has XV been in development for six years? Is ‘A Fish Called Wada’ a real movie on Netflix? Listen and learn!
Imitanis displays his earnest desire to be the best Lusipurr.com staff member ever, with terrible results for almost all concerned.
With buckets and brushes, the Lusipurr.com staff are ordered into the Simulated Outdoor Area, there to revamp the premises in accordance with the seasonal changes taking place in the real, non-simulated out-of-doors. Bod gets wet.
While thinking about what it is that drives gamers to never finish anything, Deimosion decides to take an internal look at his own gaming habits and why it is that he never finishes – or indeed even starts – any of his video games.
SiliconNooB is too drunk to attend, so Wedge drops in briefly, Blitzmage drops out briefly, and RootBeerKing stays the course in a podcast which looks at the various pitfalls associated with ‘day one’ and ‘on-disc’ DLC. Spoilers: the panel does not want.
Now that the Wild Arms playthrough has come to an end, the Lusipurr.com staff members go through the process of getting back to business as usual.
This week’s comic gives an inside look at the inevitable ‘new hire orientation’ which all new employees must complete prior to beginning their assigned duties.