Durga plays through an adventure game, Reetin plays Hydlide, Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!!, Spider-Man and Venom, and Lagoon, and Adeki tries his hand at several Wario Land games.
After Lusipurr falls ill with a throat infection, Adeki is forced to take over podcast hosting duties in addition to his already gruelling, Wario-filled streaming schedule. Luckily, SiliconNooB is on hand to ensure that the Cricket is not forgotten.
There is a disparate group united by adoration of one company and its entire output. I speak of The Nintendonly, the cult of Nintendo apologists.
Another short week here for the staff. We have Reetin who plays The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth Plus and Overwatch, Adeki continues the trend of playing Overwatch, and Lusipurr tries his hand at STAR FOX ADVENTURES.
Lusipurr, Adeki, and SiliconNooB together repair to nature in hopes of enjoying its manifold restorative blessings. But, following their exposure to inclement elements and irritating fauna, then each return whence they came with untrammeled haste.
The Switch is losing third party support, more ports are inbound, and Nintendo does not want to make PC games in the news of the week!
This is a short week for the crew. Sebahamut continues to show how amazing he is at 16-bit RPGS with more Final Fantasy VI while Reetin tries his hand at Star Fox 2, HyperZone, and ventures into the Comix Zone.
Lusipurr provdes Sebahamut with a new office in the sewer catacombs beneath the Headquarters building where, amidst the damp and reek, historical artefacts from the early years of gaming are kept alongside the dwelling of the site’s resident Australian.
The SNES Classic has been announced, union unrest prevents longtime Resident Evil actors from returning for RE2make, and DFC Intelligence has some unrealistic expectations for the Xbox One X in the news of the week!
The entertainment industry has become gross and complacent, producing endless superficialities for a populace now devoid of the capacity to make reasonable aesthetic judgements. Also, SiliconNooB and Lusipurr offer competiting definitions of ‘remake’.