Warcraft Adventures has been leaked onto the internet, The Last Guardian has been delayed again, and Digital Homicide have committed digital suicide in the news of the week!
Nintendo reanimates the legacy of the NES in order to push plastic tat, Valve gets serious about stopping Steam item gambling, and Tokyo Mirage Sessions director laments Nintendo censorship in the news of the week!
Lusipurr.com presents Wielding the Light and the Dark, a Final Fantasy IV playthrough!
Adeki takes on a steam-powered giant and observes the reception of Steam Machines, the Steam Controller, and the Steam Link in order to find out if they ended up being worth it. Do gamers actually like the Steam Controller? Read on to find out!
Mel discusses the recent issue of paid mods on Steam, which thankfully are of no concern. Although they may come back later, come inside to see his thoughts on why they present more problems than they are worth.
Having had his pizza time foiled by SiliconNooB, Lusipurr aims for something slightly more continental: grapefruit and apple fritters. But America’s lack of little juice tins, and increasing love for pink grapefruit, are impediments to his delectation.
Cid becomes Cidney in Final Fantasy XV, Capcom starts re-releasing their bad games, and Hatred is restored to Steam in the news of the week!
Lusipurr and Iliya settle down for a delightful evening discussing the Cricket, the litigiousness of the video game industry, the necessity of justice in fair game design, and the likelihood of a long and successful life for Nintendo’s beleaguered Wii U.
Gaming moves forward into the future. However, the digital revolution leaves an unsettling picture. Eventually, the technology used to provide gaming as it is will become obsolete and little is being done to preserve the games that are played today.
Bup takes a job as a “Contract Killer” in Garry’s mod and hunts down the enemies of the other citizens! Are the readers next on his list? Probably not.