Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Mel travel to France to interview French gaming developers from ActiBlizzard, including Peter Molyneux and David Spade, but are forced to settle for an afternoon at Ubisoft with Yves Guillemot and his pet aubergine. Bonsoir!
Spoiled for choice, Lusipurr puzzles over whether to play Mega Man Legends, Parasite Eve, Wild Arms, or Xenosaga. SiliconNooB and Imitanis attempt to confound him into playing Xenosaga, but the listeners step in, instead directing Lusipurr to Mega Man.
Lusipurr.com presents Springtime for Spira: A Final Fantasy X playthrough!
This week Mel looks back at the GameCube. A system he holds much affection for despite being pretty poor in some categories. Within, he discusses the highlights of the hardware and software in this retrospective about that little purple box.
Mel takes a look at backward compatibility as handled by the three major console makers. Why has the feature all but vanished this generation and what might be expected of it in the future?
Imitanis looks back at the PlayStation 2 again, this time remembering the games he spent the most time playing over the systems life. Join him inside to see which games gave him the most playtime for his cash.
Imitanis is sad to learn that the PlayStation 2 has been discontinued. Join him on a trip down memory lane to see why this console means so much to him.
In the final podcast of 2012–and Lusipurr.com’s 200th recorded podcast–Lusipurr and SiliconNooB are forced once again to report upon Nintendo’s misdeeds. Also, Tony Greig and the PS2 both begin the long walk from the present into the pages of history.
Sony has finally ceased shipping their beloved PS2 console, sorrowful farewells are made to Cricketing great, Tony Greig, and idiot gamers offer their support to the NRA in the news of the week.
This week, Deimosion and Blitzmage report the news by themselves with disastrous consequences for all concerned. Lusipurr halts the constant inclination toward off-topic discussion, but soon every sentence ends with ‘banana’. Also, hats are advocated.