In this editorial, Rikki takes a look at the feature of time travel in gaming, and the different ways that it can either make a game great, or drag it down into the depths of obscurity.
When the panel fails to show up, Lusipurr has no choice but to dig through his records to find an even earlier recording of the Internet Radio Programme than that used in TSM 44. This time, he selects the second IRP episode, recorded in October of 1998!
Glitches have many forms in video games, sometimes they are amusing, other times they are downright frustrating. This week Gyme talks about glitches and how developers have become too lax on having multitudes of glitches in their “finished products”.
Digging back into the mists of time, Lusipurr uses his Chrono Trigger to uncover a podcast from the early days of the internet, predating Lusipurr.com, broadband, both the PlayStation3 and PlayStation2, the iPod and iPhone, and the word ‘podcast’ itself!
Take a step in the survival horror genre this week with Blitzmage as he reviews the newest installment in the Resident Evil franchise.
Journey if you will with Rikki as he searches his past in an attempt to discover just what it is about these tiny pocket monsters that he just can’t get enough of!
The folks at Nintendo and Penny Arcade have teamed up for a five week long Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword comic mini-series.
Despite not knowing the date, the episode number, or his own name, Lusipurr nevertheless throws down the gauntlet to the readers of Lusipurr.com, challenging them to donate money to ensure his first review ever is of one of the worst RPGs ever produced.
The Lusipurr.com Summer Donation Drive has begun. From now until 20 August, donate your hard-earned (or not-so-hard-earned) fundage to Lusipurr.com. Why? To make Lusipurr suffer for your amusement, of course.
Produced 2010.05.02 In a massive conjunction of NASCAR, pornography, potatoes, farts (& butts), and the works of Pablo Picasso, the five-member panel manages to produce fully an hour of absolutely nothing whatsoever, leading Nate to throw himself onto the floor in a tantrum.