Adeki did not have time to create an excerpt for this editorial so instead he is entrusting the readers to use his personal dictionary to craft their own excerpt. He is too busy playing games that let you create other games from within. Read on!
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!
Reetin finishes Lost Odyssey, Sebahamut demonstrates that he is incompetent with both Final Fantasy VI and Super Mario Maker, and Lusipurr shows him how it is done.
Lusipurr and Imitanis round out the end of the county championship and the most important video game news of the week before beginning an in-depth look back at the best software so far on Nintendo’s Wii U and 3DS console.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB record late into the night on the information overload resulting from the resumption of Nintendo Direct, whilst the XBox One goes backwards compatible, and Cricket comes to America in a trio of truly legendary All-Star matches.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB rise at dawn to record a podcast about the many delays and cancellations announced for the late 2015 release calendar. The Tokyo Game Show is briefly summarised, with the panel expressing guarded optimism for Squeenix’s Setsuna.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB know what matters to the readers: reviews of bathrobes. Lusipurr previews an upcoming contest and SiliconNooB brings news on the latest re-re-release of Pikmin, before both panelists despair about the lack of quality 3D Mario.
Gaming history is still very young and most of the industry’s pioneers are still alive to tell their stories. But some of them are less prone to talking. Nintendo is famously reticent, and this week Mel considers the long-term ramifications of this.