Caspius and SiliconNooB discuss Capcom’s intention of reviving dormant franchises, and SN tries to allay Caspius’ fears with news of Konami ‘reviving’ Silent Hill for pachislot machines and Sony ‘reviving’ Wild Arms for an abysmal mobile sequel.
EA decommissions Visceral Games, Activision patents being evil, and Steam Direct has been a bigtime failure in the news of the week!
Activision wastes 6bn on Candy Crush Saga, Konami shuts down Kojima Productions LA, the sales of Halo 5 have been relatively soft, and Miyu Matsuki passes away in the news of the week!
After a night of hat trading, Lusipurr shows up late, forgets to record the podcast, and fails to use his microphone. The headaches never end, and, when the podcast fails to work on Vista, heartbreak abounds. SiliconNooB, Imitanis, and Mel co-star. PG-13.
Microsoft attempts to sell business on the benefits of Xbone, Nintendo threatens the prospect of free publicity with legal action, and Tim Schafer publicly brands a disillusioned backer as a ‘troll’ in the news of the week!
Imitanis heads to London to attend comic con. Join him inside to find out what he witnessed while he was there.
With buckets and brushes, the Lusipurr.com staff are ordered into the Simulated Outdoor Area, there to revamp the premises in accordance with the seasonal changes taking place in the real, non-simulated out-of-doors. Bod gets wet.
The Old Republic merges servers as talk circles of a possible takeover, gamers overreact while Kotaku publishes irresponsible dross – again, and Microsoft keeps things Kosher on XBox Live in this week’s embarrassment of a gaming industry news carrion.
Lusipurr’s Fountain of Perpetual Disappointment accrues some serious talent, RPGamer distress their userbase by assailing them with change, and Infinity Ward Kickstart a bold new standard in indie gaming, in this week’s empirically April news occurrences.
This week, Reetin immerses himself in immersion, RootBeerKing is cancelled, Enrei gets a ray gun from Mann Co., and Lusipurr remembers why Nintendo’s 3DS is not selling. Also, the panel discusses Final Fantasy XI’s merits at great length: 11 out of 5!