SocJus narratives are beginning to have a chilling effect on industry creativity, Tim Schafer takes an even bigger shit on the people who backed his Broken Game, and the PS4 begins to hit its stride in the land of the rising sun in the news of the week!
Iwata has been grounded from attending E3, May has seen extremely strong sales for PS4 and Wii U, and Destructoid derps pretty bloody hard in the news of the week!
It is well past Lusipurr’s bedtime when SiliconNooB returns from his afternoon constitutional. Nevertheless, the daring duo forges on, with Lusipurr increasingly incomprehensible, and SiliconNooB increasingly offensive. Bundles of sticks are mentioned.
Destructoid writer is fired for telling the truth, Square Enix are to shun consoles in favour of social gaming development, and EA announces the end of ‘online passes’ in the news of the week.
Destructoid sinks to new depths in their Kickstarter shilling, Zynga’s stock price takes a precipitous dip, and EA sues Zynga over intellectual theft in this week’s industry defining news crimes.
S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 is the latest PC title to adopt always on DRM in an all new implementation of the technology which sees physical copies of the title shipping without the whole game on disc. Series fans have responded with disquiet.
How many of our readers are gullible and retarded and believed everything they read while on the internet Friday? If you avoided being trolled mightily yesterday by avoiding the internet altogether, here is a nice round-up of what you missed: To start things off, gaming news site Destructoid celebrated the spring day of foolery by […]
(7) Pachter Trolls Gamers, Activision Trolls Pachter? What is Michael ‘falsetto feltch‘ Pachter if not one of the gaming INDUSTRY’s most notoriously obnoxious trolls? Whether it is his constant assurances of a WiiHD, followed by his solemn prediction of Nintendo’s imminent downfall when one failed to materialise, or whether it be the religious fervour with which he […]
After a lifetime of dealing with people you would have thought I’d inured myself to the occasionally baffling concepts they are sometimes wont to throw up, but no. Several weeks ago I linked on my Facebook wall an editorial that I thought to be a fairly decent critique of Fable III, only to have Lusipurr.com’s […]