Caspius and SiliconNooB review the end of summer prospects for video games–and there are a lot of them. With a bounty of new releases and remasters, and the prospect of the Christmas season on the horizon, the future of gaming has never looked brighter!
As Christmas approaches once again for Australia (and the rest of the world as well), Lusipurr and SiliconNooB present the news and a variety of Christmas- and winter-themed variety programming, including poetic verses both whimsical and poignant.
Whilst the staff finally settles the decades-old internet argument about the ranking of Final Fantasy games, Australian Christmas arrives once again, with Santa bringing the gifts of Cricket victory and wine to the mustachioed people of Australia.
At the Lusipurr.com offices, Christmas dawns once more with Sebastian, Adeki, and Lusipurr nestled all snug at their desks. A tale of Snarks and Boojums is told, along with a round-up of seasonal games, Christmas bargains, and a Humble Bundle FAQ.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB put their feet up in front of the fire and open a bottle of excellent cognac as they deliver the site’s annual worst-of-the-year awards, with a twist: for the first time ever, they inject some positivity into the equation.
Having forgotten fans like Lusipurr and SiliconNooB, Square Enix is overcome by fear: will Persona 5 harm sales of Final Fantasy XV? Will people turn from the gilded baubles of CGI and hold-square-to-win gameplay? ‘Twould be a merry Christmas, indeed!
Having celebrated Christmas, and with the Boxing Day Test on the telly, Lusipurr and SiliconNooB settle down to a winter’s evening of video game news, literature, and reflections upon the state of Australia’s fielding–and this time, no one deletes it!
Mel is replaced by the Spirit of Gaming’s Future for this extra special Christmas Day post. Read on and fear not any feelings of despair, for these may not be the shadows of things that must come to pass. Read with laughter and remorse on this fine day.
Egged on by SiliconNooB and Java, Lusipurr has too much egg nog, writes a Christmas song, and conjures up images of amiibos from the Ghost of Nintendo Future, including Human CentiPeach. Mel fails to appear, but Bup arrives with a Christmas wishlist.
With the rest of the other staff members locked in the basement to sleep off an Episode 300 hangover, Lusipurr and Mel record a podcast. But then, Jack Thompson arrives with his Australian Lady Army, pulling Lusipurr from shelves across the land. Horror!