With the Summer of Smash II concluded, Lusipurr is freshly returned from playing two of the resulting victors: Banjo-Kazooie and Superman. Imitanis, SiliconNooB, and Adeki join him for a discussion of Cricket, Anime, and Video Game news.
Nintendo apologises to crybullies, many new Persona spin-offs have been announced, Dragon Quest XI gets off to some very strong sales, and Dragon Quest I – III get a PS4 release in the news of the week!
What makes a game someone’s favorite game? Is it the story, the visuals, the soundtrack, the fully-realized product in its entirety? Or maybe it has something to do with the copious amount of catgirls. Adeki searches for the reasons, read on to find out!
Persona 5 has redefined success for Atlus, Nintendo releases some Switch sales figures, and Blizzard shuts down another fan server in the news of the week!
Lusipurr is joined by Adeki, Sebahamut, and SiliconNooB, as they uncover the reasoning behind the suprising release of the Toast XL. In addition the panel examines Ireland’s Test Cricket application, and scorns Bethesda’s infamous litigiousness.
Even Lusipurr is shocked when Nintendo decides to switch tack from supporting the recent release of the Switch to focusing on the upcoming (re-)release of the 2DS, now in a kid-unfriendly hinged edition ready to be snapped in half by toddlers worldwide.
Resident Evil 7 sales are a bit of a step backwards, Atlus eases restrictions on Persona 5, and Phil Spencer has some interesting advice for developers of single player content in the news of the week!
Is Persona 5 worthy of a 5/5? The answer is hard to tell using this site exclusively as we employ a grading scale from A – F, but make sure to read Adeki’s review of Persona 5 and find out if it’s an exceptional entry in a series or a wacky waste of time!
Adeki takes a brief rest from his marathon of Persona 5 in order to make sure his weekly editorial is hot off the presses bright and early. Ever wonder what high school is like in video games? Be sure to check out this editorial!
In defiance of Sega and Atlus, the podcast panel reveals every single Persona 5 secret, beginning with the protagonist’s final words referring to his childhood sled, and ending with the shocking death of his beloved professor and headmaster.