With the (likely disappointing) release of Sonic Mania on the horizon, Lusipurr, Reetin, and SiliconNooB take a break from spreading lies, misinformation, and rumours, and instead offer listeners some consumer advice about how to use Amazon Prime.
Nintendonly acolytes rejoice at the release of the Switch voice app, Nomura explains his love for belts and zippers, and Mega Man takes Hollywood in the news of the week!
Wisdom Tree launches a Kickstarter, Mega Maker is released to PC, and kingdom Hearts III will release in 2018 in the news of the week!
Sebahamut continues to trudge through Final Fantasy VI, Reetin plays three NES games, Lusipurr has a literal blast from the past with Descent, and Adeki dies a lot in Bloodborne.
Sebahamut makes his debut with Lords of the Realm II; Reetin plays Rogue Legacy, Choice Chamber, and the closed beta of For Honor; Lusipurr endures the torment of Final Fantasy X-2’s opening scenes; and Adeki fails miserably at Mega Man 2 on easy mode.
When England win the first Ashes test in Cardiff, Lusipurr is jubilant and SiliconNooB is on the sauce. Nevertheless, the panelists discuss Ranpo Kitan: Game of Laplace, Konami’s tyrranical conduct, and the many concerns circling around Mighty No. 9.
When SiliconNooB drinks too much Australian Water, he finds himself unable to rise from bed. Heartened by an English test victory, Lusipurr assists his soaked co-host, and Bup joins them with a novel plan to help solve all of Nintendo’s many problems.
After SquareEnix decides once again to make JRPGs, Lusipurr and SiliconNooB discuss the death of franchises and conclude that, living in the best of all possible worlds, the expiration of Castlevania and Mega Man were necessary for Flappy Bird to succeed.
Keiji Inafune has announced the game his new studio has been working on by creating a Kickstarter for it. At first glance it does look much like his past work for Capcom, so Imitanis takes a much longer look at the project.
Imitanis remembers delving into ruins on the PlayStation, and hunting Mavericks on the SNES, but what has happened to the Blue Bomber in recent years? Read on to find out!