Coming to grips with the week's news, the podcast panel handily assembles to grasp the nettle of some controversial topics. Also: the panelists discuss their lack of hands-on experience with Wild Arms, all without placing the finger of blame upon anyone.
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.
The site hires three new staff members, but Nate fails to show up for the customary hazing ritual. RPGamer's Chris Privitere tries to fill Nate's shoes, but without a HD fart app. for his new iPad2, his performance remains ultimately unconvincing.
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.
Darth Lane uses the force to ensure that the panelists eagerly report on the Tokyo Game Show, show their love for Activision games, and profess their unswerving belief in the right-minded thinking of Emperor Kotick. All hail the GLOBAL ACTIVISION EMPIRE!
Lusipurr is depressed, and who can blame him? Forced to babysit Nate Liles once a week for several hours, he contemplates other paths his life might have taken: astronaut, president, Pope. Oh well, he'll just have to settle for internet celebrity instead.