When Caspius overhears a few seconds of The Man with the Machine Gun from the Final Fantasy VIII soundtrack, his desire to play the game overwhelms his senses, spiralling The Day Tonight into yet another playthrough of Square Enix’s time-compression JRPG.
The gloves are finally off when Caspius and SiliconNooB discover Nintendo’s lackadaisical celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Mother series: no localisation, no re-release, no port, but rather a weekend spirit event for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Substantial information is uncovered about Final Fantasy VII Remake’s field design, EA cancels a Star Wars game, and Activision gets sued over their split with Bungie in the news of the week!
The KHIII theme song will be composed by Skrillex, the Virtual Console still isn’t coming to Switch, and Creative Assembly tries to rewrite history in the news of the week!
Nintendo wants to sell infinite Switch consoles, the Nintendonly has as much appreciation for the word ‘no’ as your average rapist, and Activision make grotesque amounts of money from microtransactions in the news of the week!
EA throws loot boxes into jeopardy, Valkyria Chronicles 4 has been announced, and the Plants vs. Zombies dev was fired for EA microtransaction nasties in the news of the week!
When migration day arrives and Lusipurr.com staff members become The Day Tonight reporters, not all goes to plan. The Australian semaphor is the first thing to break down, followed by a total, world-wide collapse of the Discord servers!
This month Bup discusses his time with the latest HD remake of Kingdom Hearts. Nope, not a review. Just kind of a free-form story on his thoughts while playing the game. Enjoy. Or not. I honestly do not care.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB discuss the upcoming Cricket All-Stars series in America, the decline of Microsoft’s console fortunes, the deprecation of many Disney titles, the delay of Shovel Knight, Konami’s vast greed, and the first part of Chrono Cross.
This week at E3, Nintendo announced their new Amœbo figurines to support their first party titles on both the Wii U and 3DS. In a market dominated by Disney and Activision, can Nintendo hope to compete? Imitanis investigates.