This week, Che the Fey reflects upon the journey of the Homeworld IP from place to place, traversing the stars of legal ownership rights and corporate shenanigans. Has Homeworld finally found its new home…world in Brian Martel’s bosom?
Zoltan’s Reading Room finally attains to a glorious and satisfying conclusion, Lusipurr inveighs against the Culture Machine, and SiliconNooB speaks out against censorship in what may be the last of the really long Lusipurr.com podcasts. Brevity ho!
SiliconNooB is pleased to report that the PlayStation 3 has finally outstripped the XBox 360 in terms of total hardware units shipped, Lusipurr exults in the announcement of a new Pokemon generation for the 3DS, and Ignatius Reilly sells all his hot dogs.
Nintendo blocks adult content on the Wii U, Dark Souls is set to receive a sequel, and something odd is happening to Epic Games in the week’s industry news.
EA attempt to foist their games upon unwary Call of Duty fans, Zynga hits hard times, and THQ hits harder times in the week’s minor news implosions.
The events of E3 (Monday) – Featuring: Sony, Microsoft, EA, and Ubisoft conferences – Only Lusipurr.com reports the news of E3 stripped of any and all Kinect malarkey!
Double Fine Productions is known for making quirky games, and Costume Quest is no exception. Join Deimosion as he explores the fun, cartoony little Halloween-themed RPG.
Ethos has been sick and miserable, so instead of a thoughtful and provocative article, he has resorted to a cheap list. Read on to see which predictable and lame titles he chose as his most anticipated for the rest of 2012.
When a notorious purple octopus and his taciturn friend get an announced XIII-2 DLC release, the podcast panel finds themselves berserked; the announcement of a Theatrhythm release date only adds to the excitement. Lusipurr is forced to purchase remedies.
This week THQ takes a dip, Capcom has a sit and Ubisoft’s servers throw a fit, as the week’s news unspools to delight and amaze the quizzically minded!