Life will never be the same, but important lessons were learned along the way. One must always keep sweet cream butter on hand. And cakes. Many cakes.
Lionhead Studios has been utterly vanquished through Lusipurrean machinations, Xseed gets their tits out, Final Fantasy XV’s Hajime Tabata wants to make players cry, and Luck & Logic fuses magical waifus in the news of the week!
Ethos is rediscovering his love for video games in a huge way and his time at Castle Lusipurr only added to this fact. What does all that have to do with New Super Mario Bros. U? Read on to find out, silly!
In this week’s comic, we return, to a peculiar sight and an even more peculiar setting.
In this week’s comic, Julian’s brute man strength opens the door to another wall in the battle against Lusipurr.
In this week’s comic, a team of fresh meat arrives to support Lusipurr as the Robot War rages on.
Want a shot at winning a new game? How about a guest-spot on an upcoming episode of The Starlight Megaphone? Or perhaps you want to interview Lusipurr live, un-edited, and no-holds-barred? If so, your moment has come (ends 21 October).
In this week’s comic, Lusipurr decides on yet another way to cash in on the new robots – a documentary! They really are turning out to beneficial to the budget!
Because LFoPD started as a joke between friends, and because a number of the characters are still based on real people, it became a legitimate concern whether the game would be relatable to the lucky people who have never met Oliver Motok. For Lusipurr himself, I knew it would be easy. The man is so more »
Lusipurr’s Fountain of Perpetual Disappointment accrues some serious talent, RPGamer distress their userbase by assailing them with change, and Infinity Ward Kickstart a bold new standard in indie gaming, in this week’s empirically April news occurrences.