Ethos and SiliconNooB discuss changes to PlayStation Network content and prices, Mel buys Smash Bros. fN3DS whilst Bup muses on Nintendo’s decision to release it just a month before the Wii U version, and Lusipurr searches for the best ‘beginner RPG’.
Intel dumps Gamasutra for insulting customers, Final Fantasy XV’s battle system is explained in greater detail, and Electronic Arts in the news of the week!
On the back of an interview with Hajime Tabata, Lusipurr expresses some mild concerns about Final Fantasy XV, Mel dives headfirst into the Dynasty Warriors franchise, and Bup prepares to deliver an in-depth evaluation of the recent iPhone 6 launch.
Hajime Tabata discusses making Final Fantasy XV’s combat more casual friendly, Bungie shows contempt for their customers, and the release of Destiny sees PS4 sales soar in the news of the week!
Following the Tokyo Games Show, Lusipurr fires everyone and releases scores of jitterbugs, resulting in a curious increase in productivity, Mel prepares himself for handheld Smash Bros., and SiliconNooB realises that there is no exploration in Metro.
Final Fantasy XV is shown off at TGS, Final Fantasy Type-0 gets a release date, and video game ‘journalism’ collusion is actually a thing in the news of the week!
Lusipurr, Ethos, and SiliconNooB scrape the bottom of the barrel to find news worth reporting. As the end-of-year playthrough approaches, the panelists appeal to readers to comment and spread the word about the site. Step up and tell your friends today!
Still bringing straight facts to gamers, the site’s journalistic integrity remains rightly unquestioned. The panel unites to discuss the week’s news and–really, is anyone even reading this? It all seems such a waste. I do not even know why I bother.
Japanese developers show support for console gaming in the wake of PS4 success, Gearbox attempt to scuttle Sega settlement out of self-interest, and Indy Developers take their turn to shame gamers in the news of the week.
Denis Dyack maintains silence over further child abuse allegations, Phil Spencer tries to convince gamers that Microsoft is not evil by appealing to their appreciation of business practice, and 1080p suddenly matters to Microsoft in the news of the week!