MAP Episode 113: Goodbup

By Lusipurr
Now what will we do with all of our extra macaroni cheese?

Produced 2011.04.24 Nate ‘Bup’ Liles bids the site a fond adieu, replete with farts on a scale never-before-heard. The rest of the panel assembles to bid him well, including special guests Ginia and Reetin. Now I can finally have a proper website again. Ha ha! HA HA! HAHAHA!

MAP Episode 67: Educational Programming

By Lusipurr
The correct answer to

Produced 2010.05.30 With all of the usual panelists on the bus to E3, only Lusipurr and Ginia remain behind to cover the news. Luckily, guest panelist Eric Jordan has remained behind as well. The three cover the news, educationally, with all the puns that are fit to podcast.

Feature: The Summer of X^3

By Lusipurr
X^3: Reunion takes place in an alternate reality of Final Fantasy VII, in which the Jenova Reunion was not prevented.

Lusipurr.com is pleased(!?) to present THE SUMMER OF X^3. X^3: Reunion is the highly-rated sequel to X^2: The Threat. A 2008 space trading and combat simulator, it is available on Steam, and natively for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. The player controls a spaceship of their own choosing for the purposes of exploration, trade, more »

Review: Torchlight

By Ginia

This review could be incredibly concise. It is possible to write a one-word review of Torchlight, and still convey to the reader all that he or she needs to know about the game. That review would simply read “Diablo“. The mighty trinity spearheading the development of Torchlight consists of Travis Baldree, designer of Fate, and more »

Contest: Dragon Age: Origins Giveaway

By Lusipurr
Dragon Age: Origins Box Art

Lusipurr.com is pleased to announce its first-ever game giveaway! Do you want to win a copy of Dragon Age: Origins? Of course you do! Here’s how: simply refer your friends to the site and convince them to post a substantial comment that contributes to a discussion on a review, editorial, or podcast. For each friend more »

Review: Watchmen: The End is Nigh

By Riddles

Many may view an action game wearing the Watchmen name with skepticism, and this is certainly understandable. Alan Moore’s original 12-issue series, published by DC comics in the late 1980s, hardly conformed to norms of the superhero genre. To a slightly lesser extent, this holds true for Zack Snyder’s recently released film adaptation as well, more »