After paying tribute to some arcade memories and the best threequels ever made, Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Imitanis review the hardware, software, and developer results for the previous year, and render judgement on which of each was the worst.
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.
Imitanis, SiliconNooB, and Lusipurr discuss the latest news from the ongoing Activision, Blizzard, and Bungie kerfuffle, including a possible class-action lawsuit. Then, the panel fuses Final Fantasy XV characters together into new and terrible forms!
Imitanis and SiliconNooB vye for the position of Chief Financial Officer at The Day Tonight, and the decision is finalised when Lusipurr determines that of the two financial contenders, only Imitanis is capable of counting beyond the number ten.
Imitanis has played every Fallout game released so far, which puts him in a excellent position to give his opinion on the latest game. Is this worth exploring, or should it be locked up in a vault? Read on to find out!
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB discuss Bethesda’s use of litigation tactics to dissuade sellers of used games, the latest Super Smash Bros. Ultimate character announcements, and the cause, effect, and solution for simply being tired of playing games.
After a famous Australian victory over India in the Cricket, Lusipurr, Adeki, SiliconNooB, and Imitanis investigate whether or not Adeki is actually a Hufflepuff. Meanwhile, the Nintendo Switch’s launch software continues to boil away into the aether.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB record late into the night on the information overload resulting from the resumption of Nintendo Direct, whilst the XBox One goes backwards compatible, and Cricket comes to America in a trio of truly legendary All-Star matches.
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Blitzmage fire up the cameras, prepare the music, and do it live, reporting on how Bethesda Softworks tries to keep reviews out of the hands of customers, and how the Halo series is becoming ever more like a freemium mobile app.
id Software is the latest in a long line of developers to criminalise used game consumers by using punitive DRM which will lock entire portions of the single-player experience to them. What does this herald for Skyrim?