Lusipurr and SiliconNooB close out the site playthrough of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, appeal for Ghosts-‘n’-Goblins-oriented donations, inaugurate the Final Fantasy VII Remake Update segment, and cover news from Nintendo, Shenmue, and Nintendo.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB sit down to discuss the most important news from E3 2015: Square Enix’s announcement of a Final Fantasy VII remake for the PlayStation 4. –And only that, really. It is the most important story–all other stories are unimportant.
A Final Fantasy VII remake is announced, Square Enix looks to be doing better, and Sony steals the show in the E3 news of the week!
Lusipurr.com is pleased to present Nocturne in the Moonlight: A Castlevania: Symphony of the Night playthrough!
This week, Bup warns Lusipurr about increasing numbers of sham amiibo (shamiibo), a sham Bup pretends after the greatness of the original (and fails), a real Australian sleeps on the job, and Imitanis should NOT be applied directly to the perineum.
Christopher ‘Chris’ Privitere arrives to end The Zestria War by formally apologising for his churlish and ungrateful conduct, but the panelists are unprepared for his verbal onslaught, culminating in an aggressively victim-blaming, anti-Zestria narrative.
Mel takes a look at E3 as May comes to a close and June can be seen around the corner. Is there any real value to this gigantic and expensive expo or is it all so much fluff and hot air? Read on to see Mel’s take on it and probably someone’s disagreement!
As the last Lusipurr.com readers leave the site and the lights finally go dark at the formerly impressive Tower of Lusipurr, the panelists consider whether to cease production of site content and focus instead upon watching the Cricket and reading poetry.
Lusipurr dons his pith helmet and jodhpurs, and then accidentally sells SiliconNooB, Imitanis, and Java into wage slavery. The merry imperial company then set sail for Victorian India, where late afternoon tea and crumpets are served on the veranda.
Lusipurr fires his lawyers and sells out to a multinational news corporation with massively profitable results for all concerned, where ‘all concerned’ means ‘Lusipurr’. Panelists SiliconNooB, Imitanis, and Java are consequently forced into wage slavery.