In the course of this podcast, Lusipurr, Adeki, and Sebahamut contact Tim Allen to arrange an interview. He does not respond, and consequently this podcast does not feature an interview with Tim Allen. Sad!
The Chinese Room is unhappy at Xbox owners getting the ability to refund, Nintendo halts production of the NES Classic, and the Switch version of Breath of the Wild has managed to sell more copies than the Nintendo Switch itself in the news of the week!
Atlus abuses copyright to bully streamers, multiple Legend of Heroes releases are on the horizon, and Gearbox partners with black market swindlers in the news of the week!
Yooka-Laylee is the new Mighty No. 9, Bioware hired an inexperienced cosplayer as lead facial animator for Mass Effect: Andromeda, and Nintendo predicts some utterly mental sales figures for the Switch in the news of the week!
Bup looks at all* of his Steam Greenlight Round-Ups and picks the two three best** games!
*More like the first ten. I wrote a hundred of these suckers!
Square Enix lies about Final Fantasy XV profitability, Resident Evil VII performs decently but shows signs of decline, and Steam dumps Greenlight in the news of the week!
At what point does the prohibitively high cost of VR “gaming” end the platform’s relevance? This week we will explore just what it takes (in money, anyhow) to build one’s own VR-ready computer. (Spoiler: Be prepared to take on a second job.)
It is the new year in Australia when Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, Adeki, and Sebastian reflect upon the worst of 2016. Attempting to foster a sense of optimism for the year 2017, the panelists’ efforts begin well, but quickly go awry thanks to Nintendo.
At the Lusipurr.com offices, Christmas dawns once more with Sebastian, Adeki, and Lusipurr nestled all snug at their desks. A tale of Snarks and Boojums is told, along with a round-up of seasonal games, Christmas bargains, and a Humble Bundle FAQ.
Square Enix misrepresent Final Fantasy XV’s sales, Guillermo del Toro roasts Konami, and Hello Games has been acquitted of false advertising by the ASA.