Lusipurr, Imitanis, and SiliconNooB welcome renowned Minster of EA Fineness Chris ‘Sabin’ Privitere to rule upon the latest corporate double-speak put forth by the embattled software giant. Meanwhile, Microsoft solemnly swears that it is up to no good.
In a landmark episode, Nate ‘Bup’ Liles returns to keep everyone aware of just why he is not here more often. Despite operating with a horny level that is off the chart, the panel manages to discuss Chrono Trigger, Wii U development, and Lady Gaga news.
After a surprisingly reasonable claim from Nintendo’s Satoru Iwata, Deimosion takes a look at backwards compatibility in video games and why he views it as important.
This week, Deimosion remembers that he owns a Wii and that, occasionally, there are games released for the system that are worth playing. Is Super Mario Galaxy 2 one of those games? Read this review and find out, readers! Spoilers: it totally is.
This week, Deimosion and Blitzmage report the news by themselves with disastrous consequences for all concerned. Lusipurr halts the constant inclination toward off-topic discussion, but soon every sentence ends with ‘banana’. Also, hats are advocated.
Lusipurr has a few gin and tonics and, joined by his even more Australian co-panelist–SiliconNooB–he decides to take the industry to task. The job proving more difficult than intended, Blitzmage is called into the effort, which is mostly a rant.
This week, Deimosion decides to put himself through hell by looking at some of the Sonic franchise’s worst entries. Join Deimosion on a quest to find the Chaos Emeralds, defeat Dr. Eggman, and…save the Arabian Nights?
When Kingdoms of Amalur developers 38 Studios and Big Huge Games close their doors due to financial mismanagement, recently unemployed developers-at-large Nate ‘Bup’ Liles and Chris Privitere arrive unbidden on the doorstep of Lusipurr.com. Hijinx ensue.
Chris ‘Sabin’ Privitere of RPGamer joins an already over-stuffed podcast panel to discuss Persona 2 on the PSP, Assassin’s Creed in the American War of Rebellion and Mutiny, the Binding of Isaac, the closure of Sony MMOs, and updates to Final Fantasy XIV.
With the end of the year fast approaching, Nintendo seems to be slowly pulling themselves out of the hot water and gaining much in the way of sales!