In a surprising development, Sega announces a high-definition remake of Valkyria Chronicles, and a long-awaited sequel for the PlayStation 4. Also, Mitchell Johnson hangs up his bowling shoes, England win an ODI series, and Project Setsuna looks glorious.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB record late into the night on the information overload resulting from the resumption of Nintendo Direct, whilst the XBox One goes backwards compatible, and Cricket comes to America in a trio of truly legendary All-Star matches.
Operation Supply Drop drops gamers, Nintendo and Capcom have been censoring their games, Nintendo creates a gender-swapped Link, and Lupin III is back on TV in the news of the week!
Adeki decides to look back on key Nintendo Directs in observation of the first Nintendo Direct to be released since Satoru Iwata’s tragic passing, which will be released in just a couple hours after this editorial’s publication.
Looking back on the previous week of streaming content, Blitzmage beats Undertale, Adeki throws a controller, and Lusipurr plays Pachinko.
Overkill cucks the trust of their customers, Nintendo censors Xenoblade Chronicles X, Microsoft is confident about selling Boners this Christmas, and Diabolik Lovers returns for a second season in the news of the week!
Adeki discusses the Wii U’s Virtual Console, and tries to find out if there is a meaning to the madness. Are gamers secretly being benefitted by the dearth of NES games on their 3DS? Or is it because of reasoning our foolish brains can not fathom?
Going back further in time than ever before, Lusipurr digs through his cassette tapes and finds a recording from exactly thirty years ago. Nintendo debuts a new console, role-playing games get morality systems, and Electronic Arts helps small developers.
Konami are in denial about Hideo Kojima leaving the company, Square Enix explain why Final Fantasy XV’s characters are dressed so goofily, Nintendo censors Fatal Frame V, and bitches be swords in Valkyrie Drive Mermaid in the news of the week!
As SiliconNooB dozes off, Lusipurr bats for five solid days to put on 938 not out. With the site out of ideas, the entire feat is then remastered in glorious HD for the podcast.