Following the Tokyo Games Show, Lusipurr fires everyone and releases scores of jitterbugs, resulting in a curious increase in productivity, Mel prepares himself for handheld Smash Bros., and SiliconNooB realises that there is no exploration in Metro.
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!
This Christmas, listen to the gift that keeps on giving–even when told, repeatedly, through a series of court orders, to stop. Lusipurr and SiliconNooB labour in the darkness, braving a semaphor outage and sanctimonious tyrants to produce… a podcast!
The PS4 has more CPU capability than the Xbone, Namco Bandai attempt to pressure From Software into making Dark Souls for smartphones, and Jonathan Blow’s own development footage gets him flagged for a breach of copyright in the news of the week!
Namco Bandai have recently opened the floodgates for Tales games in the West. Does the latest entry do anything to garner a broader western audience, or does it simply cater to its established fan base?
Nintendo downclocks their potential, Square Enix’s technology director gibbers like a fool, and the 3DS’ deficiencies are glossed over in this week’s spintacular news segment!
Square Enix announce a HD re-release of Final Fantasy VII, Namco Bandai announce the Western release of Tales of Xillia, and an EU court abolishes software EULAs even as John Riccitiello cries tears for speculative money in this week’s positive news boons
The day of Amalur’s reckoning arrives, pirates prefer DRM in their Witcher, and Konami bares its dirty linen in this week’s revealing news facsimiles.
This week Tim Schafer bets on gamer generosity and wins big, Namco Bandai show investors their golden shower and Final Fantasy XIII-2 experiences some early growth!
In this 25% Canadian podcast, Ethos drops in to tease about the lack of PlayStation 4 teasing, Reetin spruces up his chesterly vicinity, Blitzmage announces another online petition, and Lusipurr votes Gabe Newell as most entertaining troll in gamingdom.