Namco Bandai have recently opened the floodgates for Tales games in the West. Does the latest entry do anything to garner a broader western audience, or does it simply cater to its established fan base?
It has been nearly ten years since Atlus released a numbered entry in the Shin Megami Tensei title in the west. Does the fourth entry have what it takes to please new fans and series veterans alike?
Lusipurr.com announces a new style of editorial post: Points of View. This week, join the roundtable for a discussion on the state of JRPGs.
Ladies and Gentlemen, pray silence this week as Reetin sues, Enrei doesn’t sue, and Lusipurr announces the death of an icon.
In this week’s episode, Emmori prepares for a game involving thrones, Enrei is humbled by a bundle, Blitzmage announces a free soundtrack, and Lusipurr is finally released! Also: The Final Fantasy VIII playthrough continues through week two, sadly.
Lusipurr.com is pleased to present our Autumn 2011 feature: School Days: A Final Fantasy VIII playthrough.
Slab Bulkhead reviews the item shop game, Recettear. With micromanagement on par with The Sims, is the game worth playing? Should everyone buy it immediately? Read on to find out!
In the age of nearly realistic graphics, online games, and million dollar budgets, Enrei decides to review a low budget RPG that could have been genre defining if it were released three decades ago.
Between crashes, Enrei eschews trash mobs in favour of boss fights; SiliconNooB makes a pixellated, besotted, and otherwise inebriated return; and Lusipurr watches test cricket. Also, Nintendo and DRM get a thorough rubbishing!
Slab Bulkhead shovels piles and piles of praise onto Pokémon Black and White. Why does he praise them so much? You will have to read the review to find out!