Internationally-renowned Doctor of Feminism Dr. Julian ‘SiliconBruce’ Taylor condescends to visit the podcast, sharing words of guidance and incontestible fact with Lusipurr, Blitzmage, and Gyme. Newly-enlightened, the panelists focus on Mexican culture.
With Zoltan’s Reading Room complete, Lusipurr hires the titular musician and sundry others, as well. Gyme Peggle makes his first appearance, as SiliconNooB, Imitanis, and Ethos search for velcro shoes to post on Blitzmage’s Facebook wall. Boots ahoy!
Feminists and gays cop a spray, while hypocrisy is embraced by the NRA in the news of the week.
In today’s market there are only a handful of high profile online games that gamers are willing to invest significant amounts of time into. None of these games are perfect though. Join Imitanis as he pieces them into the perfect game.
This week, Blitzmage goes into why he does not like the Ivalice Alliance and the games in the Ivalice sub-series of Final Fantasy.
This week, Blitzmage gives his thoughts on video game memorabilia and the people who obsessively collect them.
The Old Republic merges servers as talk circles of a possible takeover, gamers overreact while Kotaku publishes irresponsible dross – again, and Microsoft keeps things Kosher on XBox Live in this week’s embarrassment of a gaming industry news carrion.
Bioware announces the official release date for Star Wars: The Old Republic in addition to detailing their system to prevent server overloading during launch.
The Final Fantasy series has, for decades, shaped the face of the Japanese RPG. Join Daniel as he takes a step back in time in the first part of a multi-editorial retrospective to discuss the Final Fantasy franchise’s first few entries for the NES.
For almost twenty-five years, the Final Fantasy series has stood as a major JRPG franchise. Daniel looks at the twelfth entry in the main series and weighs in on whether or not Final Fantasy XII is worth a playthrough.