Lusipurr and Imitanis round out the end of the county championship and the most important video game news of the week before beginning an in-depth look back at the best software so far on Nintendo’s Wii U and 3DS console.
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Adeki report on the latest anime partnerships and hardware news about virtual reality, the PS4 Pro, and the CouragePhone 7, whilst twilight falls on Camelot, heralding a winter of discontent for Arthur, Lancelot, and Guenevere.
VR is finished, Playstation 4 Pro is unable to play 4k BluRays, and the newest Mario game is an endless runner in the news of the week!
Imitanis brings to the podcast a comprehensive knowledge of the many forms of biscuits; Lusipurr provides an American corollary with burgers, sausages, and pizza; and resident Aussie SiliconNooB provides the beer in this end-of-the-summer celebration.
Nintendo’s addiction to gimmickry ruins Mario Maker on the 3DS, Final Fantasy XV’s story takes place over the course of ten years, and Tecmo triggers the SJWs in the news of the week!
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.