Lusipurr and Imitanis speculate about the absence of SiliconNooB: last seen getting blind ‘tired’ in a bar, S’NooB was deemed too ‘tired’ to drive, and was poured into a taxi to go home and take a S’NooB S’NooZ to sleep off his ‘tiredness’. Snooze well!
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Imitanis plan a televised, cross-America road trip (including Ethos) to visit famous arcades, pie shops, and natural wonders. But disagreement erupts over the choice of vehicle, the selected destinations, and everything else.
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Imitanis address the topic of dialogue in games: how it should be connected to gameplay, and how the current trend in RPGs inclines developers to increasingly protracted dialogue expansion, often at a cost to enjoyment.
Lusipurr is joined by Imitanis and SiliconNooB, resulting in an international panel of video game experts, to discuss Sony’s decision to avoid E3 in 2019, the future announcement and release of the PlayStation 5, and the value of Nintendo Switch Online.
When SiliconNooB claims illness so that he can embark on a cross-continent booze-up forbidden by Lusipurr, Imitanis steps into the breach, only to discover that fortune has already tailored the news for The Day Tonight’s Australian correspondant.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB provide an in-depth examination of the forthcoming Sony PlayStation Classic mini-console, review the biggest news from Blizzcon, and celebrate Lusipurr’s latest platinum accomplishment: it’s not tin, it’s Castlevania!
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB round out the end of the site-wide Dragon Quest XI playthrough and bid farewell to Reetin, before holding forth on the many releases and sundry changes made to Castlevania: Rondo of Blood and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.
When Lusipurr falls ill with his twice-annual bout of tonsilitis, SiliconNooB and Imitanis Monday vie for the position of podcast host in a showdown to discover who is the most professional of two panelists. Spoiler: they both lose.
SiliconNooB is over-the-moon when news breaks that Golden Axe will be receiving a long-awaited theatrical production, but Lusipurr is less optimistic about the likelihood of such a production being well-received, well-attended, or even well-made.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB discuss the latest and most shocking Nintendo revelation: the decision to gate all game patches and DLC content (including for third-party and single-player games) behind the miserable pay-to-use Nintendo Switch Online service.