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 special guest Sabin in a one-on-one discussion about website design, Zestria, and the very best Metroidvania games of the current generation.
As part of Adeki’s campaign for the presidency, he began to ask for what the readers of Lusipurr.com and delivered while simultaneously dodging questions about past decisions to liquify senators for profit. The people demand modern-retro indies! Read on!
With Nintendo at variance with Nikkei over whether the Wii U will cease production in 2016, SiliconNooB and Lusipurr weigh in on the fate of an industry heavy-weight, and on lessons that the game developers should learn about focus and circumspection.
Mel has got Metroid on the brain this week as he looks briefly back at where the series has been and where it appears to be going. With spin-offs in the pipeline, can things look bright for the series? And what has been the holdup thus far? Read on!
When SiliconNooB drinks too much Australian Water, he finds himself unable to rise from bed. Heartened by an English test victory, Lusipurr assists his soaked co-host, and Bup joins them with a novel plan to help solve all of Nintendo’s many problems.
Grapefruit, grapefruit, and grapefruit, as far as the eye can see (and the tongue report) makes up the bulk of this podcast, in which the accomplishments of James Anderson, England’s new record holder for Test Wickets, are detailed. Also: video games.
Ethos forgot his excerpt! Oh, no! What will happen now? Lusipurr will write the excerpt and fill it with abuse to the effect that Ethos is a lazy, feckless, shiftless, gormless, bootless, helpless, useless, bumbling, blundering, babbling, blithering dolt.
A twenty-three week reading concludes with SiliconNooB and Imitanis in attendance. Lusipurr imposes further sanctions as the Zestria War grinds ahead, and then dispenses helpful advice to hardware developers about what to leave out of console development.
With his review pen firmly in hand, Lusipurr finally dusts off his PlayStation 4 and settles down to a much-anticipated evening in front of the television for some quality time with Tom Happ’s ode to classic platforming-exploration games, Axiom Verge.