Caspius and SiliconNooB review the latest Earthbound playthrough updates, consider the announcement of Final Fantasy XVI, weigh in on the unseemly details of the PlayStation 5 event, and prognosticate about the long-term future of gaming hardware.
Caspius, Imitanis, and SiliconNooB review progress on the site-wide playthrough of Earthbound, report the latest from the Zelda development teams, announce the price of the next-gen XBox consoles, and read the latest iTunes Review Contest entries.
Following a Mario-centred Nintendo Direct that confirms The Day Tonight's predictions for upcoming Switch titles, SiliconNooB and Caspius smugly sip caffeinated beverages and daintly consume frosted pastries amidst a chorus of self-congratulation.
As the Earthbound playthrough launches, Imitanis and SiliconNooB join Caspius to lament that Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered has been Disastered, with software-based region-locking and multiplayer restrictions designed to prevent imports.
To celebrate a new podcast milestone, Caspius announces a contest for the best new US iTunes review, and joins Reetin, Imitanis, and SiliconNooB to review the latest encouraging news about Skyward Sword in advance of the upcoming Earthbound playthrough.
As the site bids farewell to the Xenoblade Chronicles playthrough, Earthbound is on the horizon: Caspius and SiliconNooB discuss the latest XBox series X leaks, including a release date, before delving into the latest Switch-boosted sales figures.
Caspius and SiliconNooB revel in the latest Cricket news, discuss the closing days of the Xenoblade Chronicles playthrough, prepare for the forthcoming Earthbound feature, and have an extra helping of Pikmin before attending a musical edition of The Plop.
Caspius and SiliconNooB ponder the latest news about Project Athia, the Square Enix/Luminous Productions showcase for the latest and greatest technological fripperies (and most underwhelming design) before turning their attention to Final Fantasy XI.
Following a JRPG-studded series of game announcements, Caspius, SiliconNooB, and Mel develop an acute case of optimism about the state of the industry; and, their jollity is only increased when they learn of the sequel to Caspius' favourite game: Chess.