Going back further in time than ever before, Lusipurr digs through his cassette tapes and finds a recording from exactly thirty years ago. Nintendo debuts a new console, role-playing games get morality systems, and Electronic Arts helps small developers.
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Imitanis set the record straight by categorically proving (using Science) that the PlayStation era set the stage for some of the greatest games ever made, whilst simultaneously undermining the future of the industry as a whole.
The Legendary Zoltan demonstrates that he is MIDI-capable with Chrono Trigger, SiliconNooB brings a wealth of facts and information to bear upon the Xbone, and, in a stunning reversal, Lusipurr plays all of the games that he has not played until now!
In a landmark episode, Nate ‘Bup’ Liles returns to keep everyone aware of just why he is not here more often. Despite operating with a horny level that is off the chart, the panel manages to discuss Chrono Trigger, Wii U development, and Lady Gaga news.
The possibility of a VII remake is stamped out for good and all by Wada, the 3DS XL is set to launch July/August, Reggie blasts anyone not with Nintendo’s program, and Hiromichi Tanaka takes his leave of Square Enix in this week’s oddly symmetrical news.
Despite not knowing the date, the episode number, or his own name, Lusipurr nevertheless throws down the gauntlet to the readers of Lusipurr.com, challenging them to donate money to ensure his first review ever is of one of the worst RPGs ever produced.
The Lusipurr.com Summer Donation Drive has begun. From now until 20 August, donate your hard-earned (or not-so-hard-earned) fundage to Lusipurr.com. Why? To make Lusipurr suffer for your amusement, of course.
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Produced 2010.12.19 There’s nothing bigger than Christmas antipodean style, and Australian Christmas doesn’t disappoint. Earnings forecasts are down, Foster’s sales are up, and Nate Liles is conspicuously absent and almost certainly drunk. Get out your semaphor kit, mate!
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