The brilliant metaphysico-theologico-cosmolo-nigologist Lusipurr delivers himself of a lecture on Leibnizian Optimism to his receptive (if beery, and perennially inebriate) pupil, SiliconNooB, demonstrating that this is the best of all possible podcasts.
In the wake of Facebook purchasing the Oculus Rift, tech fans have taken to the web to express their dismay. Meanwhile, Regg is completely apathetic about the whole thing. Why? Look inside to find out!
South Park: The Stick of Truth is the sixth game to use the South Park license. Is the magic touch of series co-creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker the ingredient that has been missing from previous games? Or is a good South Park game just a pipe dream?
Lusipurr.com presents Springtime for Spira: A Final Fantasy X playthrough!
Phil Spencer regrets lying to consumers, the Xbone is being billed as a DirectX 12 box, and Naughty Dog clarifies which system resources are available to PS4 developers in the news of the week!
While waiting for South Park: The Stick of Truth to release, Gyme decided to take a chance and play The Wonderful 101. With an assortment of bland foods at his side, Gyme dove into the Pikmin/Superhero mash-up to see if it was any good.
Microsoft’s refusal to build datacentres in Africa is to blame when Titanfall fails to fall and sorrow strikes South Africa. Durga Syn and Regg join Lusipurr in a Bono-inspired attempt to lighten the hearts of a distressed and downtrodden people.
The new head of Xbox wants to sell Xbox, PS4 experiences a positive launch in Japan, and the EU looks to curb the FTP racket in the news of the week!
We are only two months into the current generation and Sony has begun to build a lead. The Xbone has quite a few problems with it, but can Microsoft right the ship to reclaim North America and Europe or will Sony’s domination extend across all markets?
Not content with bringing yesterday’s news to listeners, the podcast panel employs Lusipurr.com FlexiTime to bring tomorrow’s news to listeners, instead. A bright and bountiful Ouya future awaits one and all, and Lusipurr reads two hand-crafted poems.