Editorial: Villains of the week

Babby games are just like Mario

You hadn’t planned on buying project babby? Perhaps you would care to rethink your sensible lack of purchase intent because babby is just like Super Mario Bros., or so says Microsoft’s Kudo Tsunoda.

If you think about a game like Mario Bros., would you say Mario Bros. is a core

Editorial: What is behind Nintendo’s return to form?

It is no secret that Nintendo stole this year’s E3. In the face of Sony’s rather pedestrian affair and Microsoft’s embarrassing implosion, Nintendo’s conference was the shining beacon of hope in an otherwise depressing expo. After many years frozen out in the cold Nintendo rained down their golden show…

Editorial: E3 days zero and one; a focus on casual waggle

Well, it’s that time of year again. With the heady excess of E3 about to get into full-swing, and the flirtatious booth vixens (with more than a subtle hint of UNDERBOOB) are about paint themselves up and don ill-fitting costumes in the thin pretence that they are one of us, this should be a time of great excit…

Editorial: Would that the glass were half empty …

With the release of Suda 51’s heavily contested masterpiece Killer 7 came the debate; was its highly unorthodox control scheme a glaring design flaw, or an implicit commentary on the rigidity of gamer’s genre expectations, or some such. The verdict is still out on that one, though sadly there can be no suc…

Julian “SiliconNooB” Taylor

Greetings gentlemen (and KJew), Well might you wonder what nefarious happenstance has led to my appointment to the vaunted position of Lusipurr.com tenured columnist, happily that is not your concern. Suffice it to say money changed hands, reputations were tarnished, and a number of vastly more quali…

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