Lusipurr and Oliver assemble the absentee panelists Nate and Ethan using whatever means necessary for some discussion and Easter music. Fat Princess, XNA, and the frustrations caused by Japan-only releases are chronicled in this special holiday podcast!
A slow news week fails to prevent the panel from filling the hour with every manner of unacceptable and objectionable content. With a pokemon-loving guest, the collectable critters turn up in every conversation. Gotta censor 'em all!
In the final podcast on the current generation of consoles, the panel takes apart the PS3 and its cleverdick marketting department. Oliver is ticketted for speeding, Ethos dodges a foosball, and Lee takes umbridge: hang on tight, it's a bumpy ride!
The second in our series of console investigations, this week focuses on the Microsoft XBox 360. Some say this podcast is a disaster; and that the original recording was ten times more British. All we know is it's called the MAP.
The panel discusses the state of the Wii, its impact on the industry, and how it compares to other consoles past and present. A WoW survey has unexpected results, Resident Evil 5 is released, blood and gore can finally be found on the Wii, and a contest!
A former guest becomes staff and is threatened with the sack right from the gate as the panel discusses Blobs, Rappers, Zombies, and Puzzling Adventures, all whilst avoiding spoilers!
The MAP has Oliver Motok as its first official guest, fresh from his regeneration with the release of Blue Dragon Plus. The panel discusses Killzone 2, Dante's Inferno, and--unbelieveably--50 Cent: Blood on the Sand. Is there exploration in Metroid? Liste
The panel discusses Prinny and Street Fighter IV, speculates on God of War III, explores the depths of Flower and Noby Noby Boy, discusses Final Fantasy X-2's portrayal of women, and still finds time to talk about male genitals, marijuana, and more!
The pilot episode of the Megaphones Ahoy! Podcast (MAP) with Lusipurr, Nate Liles, and Lee Gordon, covers Fallout 3, Resistance 2, Wild ARMs, Street Fighter IV, Prinny: Can I Really Be the Hero?, and so much more!