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.
Bioshock developer closes its doors for good, Japanese sales of Donkey Kong Country: Tropical freeze suffer due to low install base, and Xbone’s ESRAM not to blame for 720p insists Harrison in the news of the week!
Amazon is rumoured to be interested in acquiring Xbox, the Candy Crush patent trolling continues apace, and Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII sees release in the west in the news of the week!
Everything old is new again when Lusipurr rehires every staff member ever to have worked at Lusipurr.com. Sonic goes fast, much to the delight of panelists SiliconNooB, Durga Syn, and Mel, who are eager to play the Western-only Wii U exclusive.
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.
Nintendo puts together an outlandish new plan to save the Wii U, Microsoft buys Gears of War, and Square Enix lies about Tomb Raider’s deficiencies in the news of the week!
Nintendo drastically revises downward their Wii U sales estimates, Tomb Raider finally becomes profitable, and PS4 teardowns reveal additional components in the news of the week.
In an extended length podcast recorded in A.D. 214, Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, Sabin, Blitzmage, Gyme, and Mel ready poetry, give away prizes, hand out annual awards, and lament the 5-0 Ashes whitewash. Happy new year!
Tidus looses his head over Blitzball, the Wii U outsells the Xbone during the week before Christmas, and the producer of Bravely Default attempts to justify the existence of microtransactions in full-priced games in the news of the week!
It occurred to Imitanis that children today do not know much about the history of gaming. Some may even avoid long-established franchises because they were not even born when the first title was released.