News: E3 Ate All The Other News

By Biggs
Miyamoto, Mario, & Luigi

This week brings us news of E3…and not much else. There were a few trivial things, but as I complained to Grandpa Lusipurr, the Internet is too busy sucking E3 penis to bother with anything else, and since we here at are not fond of it going in our eye, we have decided to more »

News: Motion-Controlled War Morons

By Biggs

Microsoft Has Weaknesses?! NO WAI! Ya rly, nerds of the internet. Two high-level employees announced this week that they will be leaving in the fall;  Entertainment and Devices Division Chief Technology Officer J. Allard and the division president Robbie Bach both saw Microsoft through the development of the XBox brand both turned in their resignations. more »

News: Japanese Potpourri

By Biggs

SquareEnix’s Neverending Circle-Jerk This week, two of the Squeenix producers frustrated their devout Final Fantasy fans for what seems like the billionth time. At the end of January, Tetsuya Nomura of Final Fantasy VII fame declared that the hallmark of the series will not be receiving a remake, despite the deafening fanboy screams after the more »

MAP Episode 34: The Great Podcast Marathon

By Lusipurr

Produced 2009.10.11 Lusipurr and Ethan are exhausted after an entire day podcasting. Ginia tries to cheer them up by talking about her WoW characters, but this only serves to drive Ethan mad. Suddenly, Lusipurr sees a penis! What will happen next? Listen to find out! * * * Setting aside all humour for a moment, more »

MAP Episode 17: E3 2009 Extravaganza

By Lusipurr
It really was recorded live.

Produced 2009.06.07 This extended podcast includes our first week of “Summer of IX” footage, a roundup of the hottest E3 news, and our from-the-floor footage, recorded live: an interview with Shigeru Miyamoto!

Editorial: Project Natal

By MasterChef

When the rumors started hitting about a new Microsoft motion controller, most thought it was going to be a ripoff of the Nintendo Wii. However, Microsoft seems to be going in another direction, choosing instead to create a far fancier version of the PlayStation Eye. With full-body recognition and voice input support, Project Natal promises more »