Pokemon Let’s Go! has been confirmed for trash, EA’s next Battlefield game will star a crippled lesbian, and PlayerUnknown has taken Fortnight to court in South Korea in the news of the week!
Bup enacts his plan to finally finish Steam Greenlight and Lusipurr once and for all. Will he succeed or fail? Read the entire article to find out….
The Infinite Warfare reveal is the second most unpopular Youtube video ever, the recent NX rumours may not be accurate, and David Jaffe goes full McIntosh in the news of the week!
Wow, can you believe it is already December? This week Bup brings us a crappy hidden object game, a crappy mod of a really good PC games, and a crappy tank game! WOW!
Resolution cited as top reason to buy a PS4, PS4 makes the money – all of it -, and Bathesda behave like slimey cunts in the news of the week!
Phil Spencer tells consumers that they love the Kinect, EA has been wrongfully banning players from Battlefield, and Satoru Iwata goes bananas in the news of the week!
It occurred to Imitanis that children today do not know much about the history of gaming. Some may even avoid long-established franchises because they were not even born when the first title was released.
Mel ponders and pontificates about the difference between wanting more of the same experience in a new game or wanting something completely different. It could be that both are great reasons to buy games or that Mel is just WRONG. Find out!
Major developers have hit the sweet spot, reusing massive amounts of assets to keep pumping out new titles for popular series while making huge stacks of cash. Is this the future of gaming or just a phase?
Disgaea D2 is out, and the brilliance behind its deceptive depth makes Gyme ponder why other developers still hold a player’s hand during the early stages of a game.
This week Tim writes from a closet, expressing deep secrets and desires that he has kept hidden during his short duration with Lusipurr.com. How could he possibly believe mass-market games are good and, more importantly, will he ever leave the closet?
Southington launches a game burning initiative, Lusipurr.com’s Swasdickas take the Call of Duty community by storm, and free games can be downloaded from used Wii U consoles in the news of the week.