This week, Durga finishes his review of Death Note (2017). This will not be fun for anybody.
Lusipurr, Sebahamut, and SiliconNooB are joined by Imitanis in the aftermath of a tremendous storm. The tale of Jonah features prominently, suggesting that daring to play Star Fox Adventures may be the metaphorical equivalent of refusing to go to Ninevah.
Bread, bread, bread. Also mustard, cricket, video games, anime, and music of the 1990s. But more or less primarily, if we are entirely honest, this is a podcast about, concerning, centred around, and otherwise with a focus on that staple worldwide: bread.
Mel discusses episodic game releases this week, both their ups and downs. Adopting a release schedule like this could take off with more publishers as it meets success with others, but will it always be that way? Weigh in on Mel’s prognosis!
This week, Thea considers what Haunted Castle Dracula might have been, Deimosion rages against the Ubisoft Machine, Reetin prepares to interview Hideo Kojima, and Lusipurr still hates the 3DS. Also: Real ID Parties, Simon Belmont, and job opportunities!
Produced 2010.01.17 When Lusipurr fails to record properly, the entire podcast must be redone–but Nate Liles has only twenty minutes until his date at the local public house. With only minutes left and everything to play for, the only option is FASTEST PODCAST EVER. * * * * * * * This morning, we formally more »
Produced 2009.11.08 Lusipurr.com announces its first-ever game giveaway and the result of its first-ever plebiscite. Dragon Age: Origins, Final Fantasy XIII, Left 4 Dead 2, Trine, and Tales of Vesperia all make headlines–and so does Oliver Motok’s love for the ladyboys!
Produced 2009.10.25 The panel examines the best video games (and worst movies) of all time, whilst Nate Liles claims he is twelve years old, and the Alliance is lambasted for championing the causes of annoying children everywhere. Nyah, nyah, nyah!