Lusipurr demands that Sabin present himself for duty despite illness, and, with the help of SiliconNooB and Iliya Moroumetz, the panel announces a new Reader Membership Drive, through which, dedicated readers can assign games to Lusipurr for review.
Not content with bringing yesterday’s news to listeners, the podcast panel employs Lusipurr.com FlexiTime to bring tomorrow’s news to listeners, instead. A bright and bountiful Ouya future awaits one and all, and Lusipurr reads two hand-crafted poems.
In an extended length podcast recorded in A.D. 214, Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, Sabin, Blitzmage, Gyme, and Mel ready poetry, give away prizes, hand out annual awards, and lament the 5-0 Ashes whitewash. Happy new year!
The dust has finally settled on a busy holiday season and the final sales numbers are beginning to trickle out. It seems that the PlayStation 4 takes top honors for the holiday season, but which console did the best for the entire year of 2013?
The Oculus Rift is slated for a late-2014 release, but can it succeed where its fellow Kickstarter alum, the Ouya, failed? Or is it bound to become the modern version of the Virtual boy?
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.
The OUYA can not catch a break. Of course, it does not help to have a cocky CEO that points blame everywhere but her own company. Having nothing in terms of software is not doing any favors either. At only 100 days old, the OUYA is looking ready to die.
Sony tech leaves Microsoft in poor hUMA, Ouya produces the single most pointless advert in the history of gaming, and a butthurt Microsoft responds to Sony in the news of the week!
England follow up retaining the Ashes by winning the Ashes, much to the delight of Lusipurr and the chagrin of SiliconNooB. However, sports rivalries are eventually set aside in favour of a discussion about intellectual pursuits and Hamburger Helper.
The OUYA is showing that not even $9 million can guarantee a smooth launch. This week, Gyme takes a look at what has gone wrong so far with the OUYA’s self-described revolution.