In response to a collapse of morality in the world of EVE Online, Lusipurr outlines his plan to bring jobs and security to the country, Adeki and SiliconNooB present NintendoNews, Durga summarises the anime season, and Imitanis reports on Blizzcon.
RTS games are not only a very popular genre on the PC, but they are one of the most lucrative from a revenue standpoint as well. I explore the most successful of these, as well as their origins, this week.
Mel try, try, tries again with some games he once gave up on. In particular he touches on some PC strategy games that he has little talent for but is nonetheless determined to give another chance. Why has he done this? Is this even a good idea? Find out!
This week, after making a film, Blitzmage sits down to ponder the concept of originality and how it applies to the current state of the video game industry.
Lusipurr and Ethos discuss the many unbalanced weaponry issues which plague modern video games, from Modern Warfare to Mario Kart to The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. Also, Rodgers and Hammerstein and The Blackeyed Peas receive much-deserved scorn.
Ethos returns to Lusipurr.com and dives right into the world of eSports with StarCraft II. Is there a divide between StarCraft II gamers and other gamers? Are eSports actually a thing? Ethos aims to find the answers to these questions.
Produced 2010.08.01 When the podcast is routed through Australian Semaphore, unexpected felicity is the order of the day. Nate Liles is struck dumb, Ginia’s voice is lowered in pitch so humans can hear it, and Lusipurr is able to read poetry without constant interruption!
Because There Are Not Enough Gamer Virgins Are you a slut? Do you wish that someone had told you as a young’un that being a slut is bad? While you wallow in your regret and sorrow, University of Central Florida researchers are working to ensure that no one ever has to deal with your guilt more »
Produced 2010.07.25 With piss-poor news and scorching weather, the podcast panel is too knackered to think of anything witty or interesting to fill the time with. Lusipurr does his best to fill out the hour using every gimmick he can think of, but the panelists resist.
Produced 2010.07.18 Lusipurr is depressed, and who can blame him? Forced to babysit Nate Liles once a week for several hours, he contemplates other paths his life might have taken: astronaut, president, Pope. Oh well, he’ll just have to settle for internet celebrity instead.