When SiliconNooB is laid low by another bout of the Australian Flu (sobreity), Imitanis and Lusipurr are left to cover the news themselves, whilst also unveiling the spring 2019 site playthrough and an opportunity for 2018 donators to receive [bad] games.
Akihiko Yoshida leaves Square Enix, PS3 owners like their porn, and poor COD sales causes Activision to offer up some weak excuses in the news of the week!
Digging back into the mists of time, Lusipurr uses his Chrono Trigger to uncover a podcast from the early days of the internet, predating Lusipurr.com, broadband, both the PlayStation3 and PlayStation2, the iPod and iPhone, and the word ‘podcast’ itself!
Illusion of Gaia is the second of three loosely related SNES RPGs by Quintet. A cult classic, Illusion of Gaia is often praised for its dungeons and combat. Daniel discusses why Illusion of Gaia is not worthy of all its hype in this week’s review.
Ginia examines one of the games that helped to shape and define her future as a gamer when she was but a wee lass.
Goodness, but it is giddying to contemplate just how far JRPGs have come since their teething years of the 1980s, yet those were the formative years wherein the foundations were laid that have enabled the JRPG industry to become the global cultural and economic JUGGERNAUT that it is today. As a small child in 1993 […]
Hello, my lovely Lusi-sprites. It has come to my attention that it has been a fair little while since we put on our nostalgia goggles to talk about old nonsense. After accepting a sound flogging from Lusipurr for this dereliction of duty, I am pleased(?) to present you with this Terranigma review. I have mentioned […]
As some of our readers may have noticed, I am a big fan of retro RPGs, especially those released for the SNES. As such, I often find myself in possession of a game that, quite frankly, I should never have been able to play. I am talking about games that were never released in North […]