Caspius and SiliconNooB take a break from their week-long celebration of the Final Fantasy VII Remake delay to present the news (and delays) of the week, along with some in-depth analysis of Sony and Microsoft’s potential hardware plans for 2020.
Caspius and SiliconNooB devote themselves to a most political podcast, focusing on problems of discourse in the gaming community, and what gamers (and journalists) mean when they speak of ‘politics’, ‘immersion’, and other vague or contentious topics.
Caspius, SiliconNooB, and Imitanis discuss the history of site-wide playthroughs, and try to decide whether to play a game that is available on current systems (Breath of Fire!) or a game which is available only on older consoles (Earthbound!).
PS Plus support for PlayStation 3 is coming to an end, so what better way to send it off than to dedicate an Impressions post to the console. What dubious games has Imitanis been playing recently? Read on to find out!
In the wake of yet another disastrous performance by the England Cricket team, Lusipurr eschews conversation about sport, retreating instead to the traditional bastion of all those who are disinclined to physical activity: the video game arcade.
When the frigid cold (0c) of the Australian winter agitates SiliconNooB into attacking the readers with demands of hard currency and frosty beer, Lusipurr valiantly checks the S’NooB assault with the sharp-tongued verse of the Roman poet Catullus.
Hacked Switches insert hardcore pornography into Mario Odyssey, Atari picks a fight with Youtubers, and Atari picks a fight with tech journalists in the news of the week!
Ahoy there! Lusipurr, Durga, and SiliconNooB start off the spring with a review of news from GDC 2018, including a lack of booty in Sea of Thieves, the release of an even-more-expensive HTC Vive headset, and the dampened expectations for the Atari VCS.
Fortnight eclipses PUBG, Atari raises the dead, and Square Enix makes the impossible possible in the news of the week!
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Adeki commiserate (or rejoice) at England’s (or Australia’s) terrible (or wonderful) performance in the Cricket, but are then buried under an avalanche of news. Only Ron’s Ron Magic can save them from asphyxiation and pumpkins.