Review: Far Cry 4

By Bek
And also those who didn

Bek decides to review Far Cry 4, a game that offers choices, explosions, choices, drugs, choices, boobs, choices, knife kills, choices, tigers, choices, partners in crime, choices, acid-induced bow and arrow killing sprees and choices!

TSM Episode 324: Good Intentions

By Lusipurr
Luckily, everything turned out for the best. Eventually.

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.

TSM Episode 323: Goldfinger

By Lusipurr
No surprises: it

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.

TSM Episode 322: Flexivim

By Lusipurr
WAAAAHH WAAAHOOO YIPPIEEEEE DING-DING-DING!

In this week’s zoooooooooo, Bek, SiliconNooB, not Mel, Imitanis, Java, not Ethos, half-a-Bup, Ginia and Biggs(!?) join Lusipurr to drink Flexivim and watch the Cricket old-timey style (jUicE!). Fa la la la la la la la la! Falafel (please use as directed)!

Editorial: Scheming For Control

By Java
Played the game? Notice no pictures of Percy Propa? I will explain in the other pics. I think...I think something may be going on...

Java has not been at the Lusipurr.com Panopticon long, but he knows the score, and he aims to lower it. This week, he takes a look a Freedom Wars, a title quickly rising as one of his best value games for the PlayStation Vita. Who plays those anymore?

Editorial: Revisiting Exclusivity

By Mel
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In the wake of a truly great exclusive, Mel looks at the practice as it has changed throughout this generation. Sony and Nintendo have very different relationships with exclusivity, but without question an exclusive can still be a valuable thing.

TSM Episode 318: Eastertides of War

By Lusipurr
Eventually to be replaced with

A twenty-three week reading concludes with SiliconNooB and Imitanis in attendance. Lusipurr imposes further sanctions as the Zestria War grinds ahead, and then dispenses helpful advice to hardware developers about what to leave out of console development.