Adeki plugs in his USB powered hair and writes about gaming peripherals and the level of weird they have achieved. Have peripherals gone too far to captivate immersion in gamers, or should they go even farther (out)? Read on to find out!
With Thanksgiving approaching, Lusipurr, Adeki, and SiliconNooB try to be thankful despite sinking Cricket teams, release date delays, and disappointing Final Fantasy XV development decisions. Bonus: Horatio Hornblower makes a special holiday appearance.
Nintendo reanimates the legacy of the NES in order to push plastic tat, Valve gets serious about stopping Steam item gambling, and Tokyo Mirage Sessions director laments Nintendo censorship in the news of the week!
With the end of the Summer of Smash, SiliconNooB’s attentions are diverted to other, more Australian, pursuits, including kangaroos, exploding breasts, and inevitable panty-shots, leading Lusipurr to wonder if SN has become a covert SJW paedo-defender!
VR progressives shit up their own gaming spaces, Sega has a deft touch at tailoring games to their fans, the relative performance of next-gen Sony and Microsoft hardware is revealed, and Senpai is going inside you in the news of the week!
With E3 on the horizon, the weekly gaming news evaporates, leaving the normally lubricated Australian more than a little parched. In an effort to stave off SiliconNooB’s impending dessication, Imitanis and Lusipurr douse him with Cricket and literature.
With Nintendo at variance with Nikkei over whether the Wii U will cease production in 2016, SiliconNooB and Lusipurr weigh in on the fate of an industry heavy-weight, and on lessons that the game developers should learn about focus and circumspection.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB try to discuss the Spring game selection, but end up talking about anime instead. Mighty No. 9 is delayed, and the history of the Saxons, Gaels, Picts, and Normans are detailed on the back of an England victory in South Africa!
In a surprising development, Sega announces a high-definition remake of Valkyria Chronicles, and a long-awaited sequel for the PlayStation 4. Also, Mitchell Johnson hangs up his bowling shoes, England win an ODI series, and Project Setsuna looks glorious.
Going back further in time than ever before, Lusipurr digs through his cassette tapes and finds a recording from exactly thirty years ago. Nintendo debuts a new console, role-playing games get morality systems, and Electronic Arts helps small developers.