Star Trek has been watched for 50 years now, and video games based on it have been developed for 46 of those. We explore some of the highlights in this long history of Star Trek video games.
After SiliconNooB forgets his evening tipple, sobreity rears its ugly head and renders him unfit for service. Bup bestirs himself long enough to ruin the podcast in SiliconNooB’s stead, despite Lusipurr’s best efforts to keep everyone focused on Pokemon.
A sword, an anvil, and a stone feature prominently, as do board games, Cricket, virtual reality, and Star Trek, when SiliconNooB and Lusipurr put their feet up on the velvet ottoman of industry, and set about discussing the first developments of 2016.
Bethesda and ZeniMax gave people a heart attack last week when they announced that TES Online would carry a $15 monthly fee. This week, Gyme takes a look at if TES Online can succeed where many others have failed.
Biggs gives us a Tokyo preview, Deimosion is DRM-free, Reetin leaves a galaxy far, far away, Enrei talks about talking, Blitzmage is puzzled by subscription DLC, Sabin prepares for Persona, and Lusipurr is no longer banned in Germany! Also: acrimony!
Produced 2010.01.17 When Lusipurr fails to record properly, the entire podcast must be redone–but Nate Liles has only twenty minutes until his date at the local public house. With only minutes left and everything to play for, the only option is FASTEST PODCAST EVER. * * * * * * * This morning, we formally more »
Produced 2009.11.08 Lusipurr.com announces its first-ever game giveaway and the result of its first-ever plebiscite. Dragon Age: Origins, Final Fantasy XIII, Left 4 Dead 2, Trine, and Tales of Vesperia all make headlines–and so does Oliver Motok’s love for the ladyboys!