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!
The panel eschews pants in favour of light undergarments when a seasonal warm-front surprisingly envelops the entire United States and also Australia. A digeridoo is played to the delight of all, Sony revives PSN, and Lusi tells another gripping tale.
Lusi and the Tits once again convene to discuss the latest hat-related news in gaming. This week, Bobby Kotick charges for hats, Jonathan Blow designs hat-based islands, and Nippon Ichi Software develops a hat strategy game set in the Netherworld.
It's not all smiles and sunshine when Lusipurr and SiliconNooB evaluate the fate of PC Gaming, the large corporate model of console game development, and the Global Activision Media Empire. And Final Fantasy XIV watch continues! Let's see some fireworks!