E3 2016 has come and gone, and the panelists offer a concise summary of everything that happened presented in chronological order more concisely and at a speed far greater than at the original conferences–including the untold TRUTH about virtual reality.
Capcom makes Resident Evil 7 into a walking simulator, alleged Square Enix insider leaks disastrous information about Final Fantasy XV’s development, and Square Enix seemingly confirms these rumours in the news of the week!
As E3 looms on the horizon, Imitanis and SiliconNooB assist Lusipurr in presenting the veritable deluge of industry news, covering everything from game releases to new game announcements to future games in playable preview–AND the Holy Grail is found!
Square Enix trolls yours truly with the announcement of The Zodiac Age, Square Enix proudly presents their 2016 Season of Summoning, and France looks to stamp out sexy games in the news of the week!
As new TSM format changes are gradually incorporated to refresh the podcast, Lusipurr details upcoming site features involving unwitting (and unwilling) staff members, with the omnious approach of Bup awaited with both enthusiasm and concern.
Nintendo foregoes any sort of E3 conference, Atlus has challenged Square Enix to a duel, Ubisoft is being taken over by Vivendi, and Konosuba is a fantastic fantasy farce in the news of the week!
Square Enix draws some friendly fire, but it is not all bad news for Final Fantasy XV. Meanwhile, Nintendo tries to dodge censorship allegations and My Hero Academia is a great stand-in for One Punch Man in the news of the week!
As Lancelot carries Arthur’s fight against Fort Mayne to every corner of Old England, Lusipurr and SiliconNooB wish that they had access to the Gramarye of those legendary days.
Nintendo’s Alison Rapp turns out to be an alleged prostitute, Hironobu Sackaguchi calls Kitase a bad producer, I Am Setsuna bucks tradition by utilising an ATB in [CURRENT YEAR], and Ghost in the Shell will be shitty with or without Scarlett Johansson.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB consider Nintendo’s changing audience demographics and unchanging business attitude, the decision to make Final Fantasy XV the first car-boot-based JRPG in history, and the shocking arrogance of the Final Fantasy VII Remake devs.