Star Ocean V is announced for Playstation consoles, CD Projekt Red reigns in their rogue community manager, and Nintendo in the news of the week!
Bup has not been playing anything worth talking about lately. Other than Super Mario World for the SNES. So enjoy an article written about a 25 year old game!
Lusipurr travels to Tomorrowland with Bup, only to find out that it is really Yesterdayland; Mel exposes the incompetence of soap salesman Don Mattrick, played by Dan Akroyd; and, SiliconNooB praises the contributions to Cricket of Richie Benaud, OBE.
In the wake of a truly great exclusive, Mel looks at the practice as it has changed throughout this generation. Sony and Nintendo have very different relationships with exclusivity, but without question an exclusive can still be a valuable thing.
A twenty-three week reading concludes with SiliconNooB and Imitanis in attendance. Lusipurr imposes further sanctions as the Zestria War grinds ahead, and then dispenses helpful advice to hardware developers about what to leave out of console development.
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, Mel, and Java incorrectly predict the outcome of the Cricket World Cup, then move on to a discussion of how to make a satisfactory batch of cranberry orange muffins, complete with Zestria–and, furthermore, Sabin must be destroyed.
Definitive proof that the Japanese are not responsible for Japanese Xbone sales, Zelda U is delayed as Eiji Aonuma equivocates, and Hajime Tabata attempts some ill-advised PR for Final Fantasy XV in the news of the week!
When Lusipurr declares war, the site’s giant robots are reactivated and the trench-digging commences. But even exciting Cricket and increased Zestria production are not enough to forestall gloomy news from the Nintendo, Konami, and Square Enix fronts.
The miracle of science has demonstrated the genetic inferiority of Zestria wastrels, Nintendo sabotages the Wii U with an NX announcement, and Hideo Kojima leaves Konami in the news of the week!
While Java was still deliberating how to spend his Club Nintendo coins before that gets buried in its final resting place, he picked up a scent on the wind that led him to musings on Nintendo’s next membership service, some new hardware, and mobile games.