At 9:24 A.M. EST today footage of Lusipurr allegedly playing Fable was uploaded to the YouTube channel “Gamers4Fable.” The footage has since been removed. However, we here at Lusipurr.com, in our never ending mission to provide our readers with the truth, have received a leaked picture of Lusipurr’s room with a Fable box on his shelf. When confronted about the leaked footage, Lusipurr responded that he was just holding the game “for a friend.” He then pushed our reporters aside claiming to have an urgent appointment at the local cricket store.
Lusipurr.com’s crack team of photoshop experts have investigated this picture and unanimously concluded that it is, in fact, real. However, there has been no confirmation that the leaked video is also real. There are many other questions the public needs answers to: who leaked the footage? Why was the footage leaked? Who recorded it in the first place? Why would Lusipurr lie to his fans for all these years about his hatred for Fable? We may never know the truth, but Lusipurr.com will update this article as more information is released.
1:15 P.M. EST UPDATE: Lusipur has released a statement about the leaked footage. We have included highlights from the statement below, but the release in its entirety can be read here.
“I apologize to all my fans for lying to them for so many years. Yes, that was me playing Fable. I do not hate the series at all. In fact, I like it more than cricket. Any time I am not playing Fable I am thinking about what to do in my game next.”
Lusipurr then goes on to say why he was playing Fable instead of Fable 2: “Yes, I was playing the first game in the series, even though the second one is much better. Yes, the entire series IS crap, but at least I was not playing that crappy Kinect version, right?”
The famed website owner offered to field any questions, but since this statement was given while he was alone in his room, there was nobody to respond. Due to public outcry and pressure, Lusipurr ended his statement by stepping down from his post and handing the website over to Nate “Bup” Liles. Liles immediately shut the site down and sold it to Kotaku.