After a night of hat trading, Lusipurr shows up late, forgets to record the podcast, and fails to use his microphone. The headaches never end, and, when the podcast fails to work on Vista, heartbreak abounds. SiliconNooB, Imitanis, and Mel co-star. PG-13.
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!
When Lusipurr changes around the audio capabilities of the podcast, he forgets to rebalance the recording. The result is an ear-shattering trip through the news only made bearable after heavy application of Dynamic Range Compression. Technology ahoy!
Imitanis lives in Brighton. The town is hosting the largest European gathering of games developers, and Imitanis is here to bring the Lusipurr.com community the latest information from the event.
In a meandering ramble through a veritable cornucopia of disparate topics, including a repeated reading of the MCC vs. RoW Cricket scores, Lusipurr attempts to Make Bup Pay Up with the assistance of Ethos, Blitzmage, Imitanis, Mel, Iliya, Sabin, and Paws.
Crytek ist sehr kaput, Nintendo has had a break with reality, and EA have started charging for demos in the news of the week!
Mel takes a long hard look at the game controllers on offer this generation and weighs them against each other as well as their previous iterations. Which of the current options did he like best and why? Click through for the thrilling conclusion!
Lusipurr, Ethos, SiliconNooB, and Imitanis buckle in for an exciting ride through the Cricket and Video Game news, stopping off for a moment to peruse long-forgotten elements of Lusipurr’s childhood, spent ruling with an iron fist over the local park.
Lusipurr and Iliya settle down for a delightful evening discussing the Cricket, the litigiousness of the video game industry, the necessity of justice in fair game design, and the likelihood of a long and successful life for Nintendo’s beleaguered Wii U.
For good or ill, Nintendo’s presence in the video game industry is vital for its survival. For all the mistakes the company has made throughout the years, they still represent a much needed core of how the industry progresses.