Great Takahashi, / ambitious, planned Xenogears, / but without caution. Time, too short for men, / defied him, ruined his plans, / but left him unmoved. In time, Nintendo, / seeking a man of vision, / helped him to glory.
The panel discusses the best and worst implementations of New Game+ mode in RPGs, and what they would like developers to consider in order to avoid the pitfalls of Ghosts 'n' Goblins, and instead reach the same level of success as Chrono Trigger.
Destiny 2 may have failed, but TSM returns to award-winning form with an veritable avalanche of dismal news from around the gaming industry, all delivered with the cynical rancor listeners have come to expect after eight years of hebphrenic podcasts.
Bioware is worried about what the death of Destiny 2 may mean for Anthem, David Jaffe has to shut down his studio, and backwards compatibility is a thing on PS4, but Sony will not allow it in the news of the week!
This week, Ethos makes bad analogies, talks about RPGs, a physics-based couch co-op game, the New Nintendo 3DS XL, and even dabbles in a little renovation discussion. Who would not want to read all that?
Ethos played a lot of Dragon Age: Inquisition over his staycation. Like, a lot a lot. He likes it well enough, but cannot shake the feeling that BioWare is still missing something after its tumble with EA. Read on.
Electronic Bioturds is hamburgled of its fanfic writing talent, Microsoft has another epic week of Xbone backflips, and Resident Evil 7 is allegedly returning to survival horror in the news of the week!
The Doctors beat a hasty retreat from the clutches of EA, the Greek Government detains two developers from Bohemia Interactive, and Sony faces precipitous financial woes in the week's grim tidings.
Another Dragon Age game tanks, European Max Payne 3 sales beat out Diablo III, and Aliens: Colonial Marines and DmC get delayed until 2013 in this week's flaccid Electronic Bionews!
SiliconNooB and Deimosion join Lusipurr in a podcast which plumbs the subfaecal depths of the industry's worst company. The Better Business Bureau and countless fans weigh in, only to have their petitions rebuffed with fresh, steaming poos. Caveat emptor!
When a notorious purple octopus and his taciturn friend get an announced XIII-2 DLC release, the podcast panel finds themselves berserked; the announcement of a Theatrhythm release date only adds to the excitement. Lusipurr is forced to purchase remedies.
'The Witcher 2' and 'Dragon Age II' are being unfairly pitted against each other in the arena of video game review comments--ever a bastion of objectivity and good sportsmanship. This is ultimately unfair to each game.