EA attempt to foist their games upon unwary Call of Duty fans, Zynga hits hard times, and THQ hits harder times in the week’s minor news implosions.
Bioware talk monetising the consumer, Bioware reveal a drop in interest toward Mass Effect 3, and the Hyrule Historia knocks Fifty Shades of Grey from the top of Amazon’s best sellers chart in this week’s out of touch news regressions.
This week saw a full beta version of Mass Effect 3 released to Xbox Live users signed up to beta test the new XBL dashboard update. New Action, Story and RPG Modes unveiled.
Produced 2011.04.10 The site hires three new staff members, but Nate fails to show up for the customary hazing ritual. RPGamer’s Chris Privitere tries to fill Nate’s shoes, but without a HD fart app. for his new iPad2, his performance remains ultimately unconvincing.
Hello all my loyal fans and welcome to the glorious return of NATE LILES! Is this perhaps the greatest post in Lusipurr history? It is too early to tell, but I am going to go with: yes. I did this post last year and it seemed to get a good response, so I am doing more »
Produced 2010.12.12 Begin celebrating the holiday with this Indefinitely-Free-To-Play podcast, chock full of cheery good news including Final Fantasy XIV INDUSTRY, criminal pursuit PROGRESS, and Emperor Kotick’s astonishing PROFIT. Plus, Ginia reveals a surprising secret!
There comes a point in every gent’s life when he must stop, take stock and assess his priorities. Ask himself where he’s headed, and whether or not the pursuits to which he is engaged are productive ventures or futile dead-ends, as frivolous as a Texan lawsuit. I had one such moment this week when I more »
Lane gives poor Justin Beiber and Oliver Motok a break from SiliconNoob’s relentless propaganda campaign to take potshots at more famous writers because he’s a grumpy gus.
Produced 2010.07.25 With piss-poor news and scorching weather, the podcast panel is too knackered to think of anything witty or interesting to fill the time with. Lusipurr does his best to fill out the hour using every gimmick he can think of, but the panelists resist.
Apologies for the lateness and shortness of this post. I have been a bit busy with schoolwork and playing Heavy Rain (It’s amazing! Expect a review next Wednesday). Now, playing Heavy Rain has stirred the most emotion in me I have ever felt while playing a game. The ability to choose what the player wants more »