This week, in celebration of his one year anniversary at Lcom, Mel does something wholly unrelated to that event and examines ports, remakes and remasters as they trend upwards in the early years of this new console life cycle.
Phil Spencer regrets lying to consumers, the Xbone is being billed as a DirectX 12 box, and Naughty Dog clarifies which system resources are available to PS4 developers in the news of the week!
This week Mel is not talking about that terrible film, he is discussing his responses to avatars, or player characters, as they are portrayed in different games. How do differing methods of designing such a character impact those responses to the games?
Ethos totally wrote an excerpt this week. Look at this amazing excerpt. It is succinct and informative about what is in the article, but it is humourous as well. How un-naughty of Ethos!
This week Blitzmage goes on a hunt for a long lost fortune in Nathan Drake’s first adventure, Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune.
When Bup fails to make an appearance, Lusipurr is forced to call in the only person who can fill in for the site’s largest former personality, with the result that Australian Christmas comes early, much drink is had by all, and Smissmass presents abound!
Oliver reviews the latest chapter in Sony’s epic action franchise, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception. Does it manage to deliver on the same terrific level as Uncharted 2?
Produced 2010.01.24 Lusipurr.com welcomes aboard a new staff member in this diet, Nate-Liles-free, podcast. Confronted with the sixth delay of a much-anticipated game (and accessory), the panel instead considers whether or not it is safe to put the SOM in one’s mouth.
Naughty Dog adds another stellar title to the Uncharted series with the recent release of Uncharted 2: Among Thieves. Uncharted 2 puts the player in the shoes of Nathan Drake on his quest to find the missing ships, crew, and treasure of Marco Polo. Everything about the presentation of Uncharted 2 is amazing. The first more »