This week Mel runs back to his safety blanket of Nintendo themed discussion and takes a look at their advertisement strategies over the years. It does well to demonstrate the company’s aloofness and cunning all in one subject matter. So click on through!
Womyn are objectively bigger gamers than men, JonTron is rightly sanctioned by Tumblr for espousing ableist hate-speech, and Dan Adelman is rightly let go by Nintendo for betraying the company in the autistic news of the week!
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Iliya inaugurate the Imitanis Literature Corner with a special-edition full-length comedic reading, considerably lightening the mood after a discussion of the modern trend towards the erosion of property ownership. Penury ahoy!
When Lusipurr begins an audit of the books, he discovers a terrible error: Imitanis has been stealing the Literature Corner for months! After several redactions, corrections, and updates, a reappropriation ensures that SiliconNooB gets his just desserts.
Sony dominates Hardware sales, Sony dominates software sales, and Ghost Dad makes a return in a non-Cosby fashion in the news of the week!
This week Mel looks at competitive games and Nintendo’s design philosophies as they relate to a small internet hullabaloo. Within, he discusses why wanting more challenge and more control from games is a good thing, not to be shunned.
When Lusipurr changes around the audio capabilities of the podcast, he forgets to rebalance the recording. The result is an ear-shattering trip through the news only made bearable after heavy application of Dynamic Range Compression. Technology ahoy!
Crytek ist sehr kaput, Nintendo has had a break with reality, and EA have started charging for demos in the news of the week!
Mel takes a long hard look at the game controllers on offer this generation and weighs them against each other as well as their previous iterations. Which of the current options did he like best and why? Click through for the thrilling conclusion!
Lusipurr, Ethos, SiliconNooB, and Imitanis buckle in for an exciting ride through the Cricket and Video Game news, stopping off for a moment to peruse long-forgotten elements of Lusipurr’s childhood, spent ruling with an iron fist over the local park.