Final Fantasy XV is renewed for another season (pass) despite the interestingness of its presentation, the origin of the Jellybean language is discussed in detail, the Cricket Championship winners are announced, and the sun begins to set on Camelot.
When Konami resurrects the Metal Gear franchise in an unholy, soulless, cash-in money-grab, SiliconNooB takes immediate exception and demands an exorcism, which Lusipurr duly provides.
After a week of playing No Man’s Sky, Lusipurr emerges from the vastness of the cosmos to find that, in his absence, SiliconNooB has escaped from his entertainment-enhancing manacles. Adeki is promptly fortified with Foster’s and conscripted to the panel.
The nature of Final Fantasy XV’s DLC is revealed, Final Fantasy XV has additional theme songs [and they are awful], and a fan remake of Metroid II has been released in the news of the week!
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Adeki return to discussing video games in a week chock-full of news, including the potential announcement of StarCraft HD, and Square Enix’s novel approach of using dying children as a marketing point for Final Fantasy XV.
NX details are revealed, fan service games are pulled from Australian store shelves, and notorious SJW hack, Amber Scott, leaves Beamdog in the news of the week!
Adeki braces himself for mediocrity as he examines the Wii U Gamepad and how something that might have been great in concept ended up killing the Wii U on launch. Unfortunately, this editorial will not have a second-screen experience, but read on anyway!
When Lord Gaben hears last week’s Lusipurr.com special report into Steam gambling connivances, he takes whip (cease and desist notices) in hand (e-mail), and casts forth (notifies) the moneychangers (gambling bot owners) from the temple (Steam OpenID).
Nintendo reanimates the legacy of the NES in order to push plastic tat, Valve gets serious about stopping Steam item gambling, and Tokyo Mirage Sessions director laments Nintendo censorship in the news of the week!
When SiliconNooB and Lusipurr discover that not only does Adeki’s mother identify as a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, but that his father is a furry as well, the staff come together to celebrate how furries improve the world of online multiplayer video gaming.