Mel ponders and pontificates about the difference between wanting more of the same experience in a new game or wanting something completely different. It could be that both are great reasons to buy games or that Mel is just WRONG. Find out!
Lusipurr, utterly disconsolate at England’s poor run of form on the Cricket pitch, is joined by the morale-boosting SiliconNooB, Blitzmage, Gyme, Mel, and special guest, Melchiz. Helpfully, the VGX Awards are detailed, and Bravely Default is discussed.
Thanksgiving and Black Friday arrive in the United States, promping all podcasts to go off the air, and allowing vacation time for website staff members. But SiliconNooB is Australian and Lusipurr is hateful, and hence The Starlight Megaphone goes on!
Mel continues his infatuation with editorializing Nintendo this week as he discusses how their long legacy can function as both boon and bane for the company. Should things change or stay the same? It seems like people want both.
Ethos struggles to keep up with the awesome that is two of Nintendo’s strongest titles in years being released on the same day. It is surely a return to form for Nintendo, but is it also a return to form for Editorial Miscellany? Read on to find out!
The Microsoft Xbox One launches to some acclaim from some people, and less acclaim from other people. Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Mel tear the PlayStation 4 apart and evaluate costs. Microsoft Xbone Television is discussed: Welcome to the age of STEREO!
Still stuck examining Nintendo, this week Mel writes about why Nintendo tends to make games for children. Often a point of ridicule, Nintendo’s penchant for making games targeted at a younger gamer is something few seem to understand.
It is well past Lusipurr’s bedtime when SiliconNooB returns from his afternoon constitutional. Nevertheless, the daring duo forges on, with Lusipurr increasingly incomprehensible, and SiliconNooB increasingly offensive. Bundles of sticks are mentioned.
Mel wraps up this generation with a look back at the Wii. A system that seems to have had an amazing early start but a dismal finish, the Wii had some bright moments. Read on to see what the system did and which games Mel found to be worth a mention.
SiliconNooB and Gyme serve as panelists solely for the purpose of ruining Lusipurr’s dreams of an artistic website. Poems are solicited, comments are desired, SiliconNooB is foulmouthed, and Gyme ends up being banned from podcasting for a month. Industry!