Lusipurr, Blitzmage, and Mel have finally had enough of the miseries attendant upon the year 2013, and decide to hold the man of blood–the green menace–the villain of the hour, Luigi–responsible for ‘his’ year, indicting him for his calamitous intent.
Square Enix sets up a committee for boltering the quality of the Final Fantasy brand, Pokemon X and Y ship with a game breaking bug, and Kinect is set to be utilised to spy on shoppers in the news of the week!
During the second T20 between Australia and England, Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Mel discuss the Wii U price cut, the lack of voice recognition in Xbone Kinect, and the crushing success of Final Fantasy XIV, before resurrecting the TSM Discussion Segment!
Reggie runs his mouth as The Wonderful 101 flops hard at retail, a Wii U price cut and Zelda bundle is unveiled, and Microsoft says that Xbone is worth $100 more than PS4 in the news of the week!
Xbone does yet another 180, dubious sources suggest that a large amount of the PS4′s RAM will be consumed by the OS, and scandal-prone developer, Precursor Games, heads back to Kickstarter with their doomed project in the news of the week!
Nintendo, bowing to pressure, at last releases Earthbound on the Wii U Virtual Console, but the decision to price it above Nintendo’s own stated maximum price incurs the wrath panelists Lusipurr and SiliconNooB; and Sabin makes a fine guest appearance.
Old habits die hard for Capcom, more Xbone nonsense, and Nintendo decides to arbitrarily overcharge Wii U owners for Earthbound in the news of the week!
Microsoft doubles down on failure, Sony doubles down on their responsiveness to core gamers, and Double Fine doubles down on its fineness in the news of the week
KillswitchTool ends his three week series on a low note this week when he examines Microsoft’s Xbox Live. Will he find anything positive to say about the service? Probably not.
The events of E3 (Thursday) – Featuring: Nintendo revels that the Miiverse social network will be thoroughly gimped, the Wii U might have an even more scant launch line-up than we feared, and New Super Mario Bros 2 is doing something different with coins.