When Adeki’s rumpled ROEN clothing suggests that he is famished, Imitanis and SiliconNooB open the spacious boot of their AUDI automobile to find the COLEMAN cookstove stored there by Lusipurr, and they then cook up a hearty meal of NISSIN CUP NOODLE.
Adeki takes the edge off by replacing his regularly scheduled post with a different post all about vacation spots anybody would be lucky to visit. Will Adeki be eating a cheeseburger in paradise, or will he forever be trapped in the staff offices? Read on
With the (likely disappointing) release of Sonic Mania on the horizon, Lusipurr, Reetin, and SiliconNooB take a break from spreading lies, misinformation, and rumours, and instead offer listeners some consumer advice about how to use Amazon Prime.
With the recent release of an update to No Man’s Sky, Bup asks a question: should we even care? Should we look at the game again, or judge it solely on its original release? Do you even care?
Square Enix misrepresent Final Fantasy XV’s sales, Guillermo del Toro roasts Konami, and Hello Games has been acquitted of false advertising by the ASA.
When the Gyme-trolley begins hurtling towards a group of goblins tied to the tracks, Lusipurr must choose whether to divert it onto another track where it will hit Bup, instead. Then, Lusipurr and the goblins record the four hundredth Starlight Megaphone!
Final Fantasy XV ressurects the ‘Online Pass’, No Man’s Sky was a mistake, and Square Enix announces some games 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.
Sony is set to gouge Playstation Plus subscribers, No Man’s Sky cannot seem to catch a break, and Square Enix’s season pass is not quite so seasonal as many had hoped.
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.