Following the Tokyo Games Show, Lusipurr fires everyone and releases scores of jitterbugs, resulting in a curious increase in productivity, Mel prepares himself for handheld Smash Bros., and SiliconNooB realises that there is no exploration in Metro.
Lusipurr, Ethos, SiliconNooB, Blitzmage, and Iliya are momentarily buoyed by report of English Cricket victories, surpassing all expectations. Unfortunately, a run of depressing news is more than enough to misdirect the panelists into the doldrums.
Microsoft’s recent job cuts sees Xbox savaged in Europe, Square Enix serves a C&D to the Final Fantasy Type-0 translation team, and Tales of Phantasia is to be pulled from iOS in the news of the week!
Roguelike, or roguelike-like. Whatever side of the fence a gamer may fall on, will Shattered Planet hold the secret to enthrall them for hours? Read on to find out!
Imitanis has been playing the latest game in the Angry Birds franchise. Does the game stand up as an RPG, and is it littered with in-app purchases? Find out inside!
Cliffy B. whinges at the people who are upset at Facebook’s purchase of Oculus Rift, the Final Fantasy: Type-0 translation gets a final release date, and Flappy Bird owns the month of February 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.
Lusipurr (voiced by Gilbert Gottfried) assembles a panel consisting of SiliconNooB, Blitzmage, The Legendary Zoltan, and Mel (all voiced by Gilbert Gottfried), to discuss Denis Dyack, Don Mattrick, and Stephane D’Astous (all voiced by Gilbert Gottfried).
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!
The Xbone GPU is set to receive an underclocking, Microsoft’s Xbone deceptions are uncovered, and Square Enix makes games that nobody wants in the news of the week.