Keiji Inafune’s Xbone exclusive is downgraded to a budget title, six million people own a copy of Final Fantasy XIV, and Capcom are back to their old tricks in the news of the week!
Is Mighty No. 9 a 9 out of 10, or is it a 9 out of 100? Lusipurr takes a critical look at the game’s Mega Man heritage, and assesses whether fans of the original Blue Bomber will be satisfied or disappointed with Comcept’s attempt at a spiritual sequel.
As E3 looms on the horizon, Imitanis and SiliconNooB assist Lusipurr in presenting the veritable deluge of industry news, covering everything from game releases to new game announcements to future games in playable preview–AND the Holy Grail is found!
Nintendo has cut even more content from Fire Emblem Fates, Capcom admit to kowtowing to SJWs, Mighty No. 9 gets delayed again, and Erased turns back time in the news of the week!
Adeki goes back to the future to reflect on Kickstarter campaigns for video games, such as long-awaited sequels or spiritual successors to fan favorites. Will the power of nostalgia prevail for backers? Put on your rose-colored glasses and read ahead!
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB rise at dawn to record a podcast about the many delays and cancellations announced for the late 2015 release calendar. The Tokyo Game Show is briefly summarised, with the panel expressing guarded optimism for Squeenix’s Setsuna.
The announcements of TGS are recounted, PS2 Classics may be coming to PS4, the trial version of Mighty No. 9 is delayed, and the live action adaption of Prison School will begin screening next month in the news of the week!
Keiji Inafune is bought by the Chinese, Nomura “dramatically changes” Final Fantasy VII’s battle system, the Wii U dies in a ditch, and Neon Genesis directed recants unpopular opinion in the news of the week!
Rise of the Tomb Raider gets dated for PS4, Mighty No. 9 may be delayed into 2016, Spike Chunsoft teams up with tri-Ace on an RPG project, and adorable anime girls live at school in the news of the week!
When England win the first Ashes test in Cardiff, Lusipurr is jubilant and SiliconNooB is on the sauce. Nevertheless, the panelists discuss Ranpo Kitan: Game of Laplace, Konami’s tyrranical conduct, and the many concerns circling around Mighty No. 9.
Mega Man Legends successor, Red Ash, suffers due to mismanagement, Hideki Kamiya calls out Keiji Inafune, Kojima Productions gets cast as Liquidated Snake, and Actually, I Am… sinks its teeth into American audiences in the news of the week!
Keiji Inafune has announced the game his new studio has been working on by creating a Kickstarter for it. At first glance it does look much like his past work for Capcom, so Imitanis takes a much longer look at the project.