EA cancels the launch of Titanfall in South Africa, Kojima says there is too much content in The Phantom Pain, and Retro Studios declares that Wii U is a technological “powerhouse” in the news of the week!
Bup cures his winter blues with a game that takes place during an ice storm: Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze! That makes sense, right?
A Link Between Worlds is the latest entry in the popular Zelda series and it offers players a more classic experience than the series’ recent entries. A spiritual successor to A Link to the Past, how does this new Zelda title live up to its expectations?
Everything old is new again when Lusipurr rehires every staff member ever to have worked at Lusipurr.com. Sonic goes fast, much to the delight of panelists SiliconNooB, Durga Syn, and Mel, who are eager to play the Western-only Wii U exclusive.
Not content with bringing yesterday’s news to listeners, the podcast panel employs Lusipurr.com FlexiTime to bring tomorrow’s news to listeners, instead. A bright and bountiful Ouya future awaits one and all, and Lusipurr reads two hand-crafted poems.
Nintendo puts together an outlandish new plan to save the Wii U, Microsoft buys Gears of War, and Square Enix lies about Tomb Raider’s deficiencies in the news of the week!
Nintendo’s third-quarter results were dismal, leading to the the masses declaring them doomed and well on the path to becoming the next Sega. Is Mario on his way to the Playstation or is this just the wishful thinking of fanboys?
Nintendo drastically revises downward their Wii U sales estimates, Tomb Raider finally becomes profitable, and PS4 teardowns reveal additional components in the news of the week.
Mel dives back into a game he loves very much this week with his examination of the Super Smash Bros. series. Where has the series been and where might it be headed? Click on over to read Mel’s thoughts!
Japan’s influence on gaming has all but disappeared over recent years. Will this be the generation that Japan takes a step back to prominence? Or are we nearing a future with Sony being the lone Japanese developer not focusing on smartphone apps?