The panel tackles the hardest of all video game topics: the best way to pick a game and stick with it until it is completed. Caspius is spoiled for choice, SiliconNooB is irredeemably distracted, and Imitanis has a worrying obsession with spreadsheets.
Metroid Prime 4 has been rebooted, Steam is no longer a viable platform for Japanese developers, and Wakka calls for violence against Al Bhed children in the news of the week!
With the Summer Donation Drive at an end, Lusipurr and SilconNooB celebrate/commerisate about the success/failure of the site’s sixth consecutive successful/first-ever failed funding appeal. On the schedule: alcohol, and the poems of Philip Larkin.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB are joined by two other people to discuss ethical game design, South Africa’s T20 league, the autumn anime season, vintage board games, fair and competitive business practises, and Lusipurr’s approach to ending relationships.
Final Fantasy XV is renewed for another season (pass) despite the interestingness of its presentation, the origin of the Jellybean language is discussed in detail, the Cricket Championship winners are announced, and the sun begins to set on Camelot.
Addicted to koala feed, Deimosion refuses to eat his specially-selected bamboo shoots. Kenjuuju and Imitanis offer a care package from Magna Brittania, but fearing the result which a diet of butter and dirt might cause, Lusipurr preemptively fires them.
On Monday, June 27th, the Supreme Court deemed California Law AB 1779 unconstitutional in its ruling on Brown v. EMA. Emmori discusses the ruling and muses on the its effect on the current and future state of gaming.
Because There Are Not Enough Gamer Virgins Are you a slut? Do you wish that someone had told you as a young’un that being a slut is bad? While you wallow in your regret and sorrow, University of Central Florida researchers are working to ensure that no one ever has to deal with your guilt […]
I am the LOL Law! This week was amazing in terms of video games, anime, and ridiculous legal action. Starting stateside, Rhode Island is the third in the United States of Overbearing Mommies to enter a bill into its legislature that would impose a strict fine and possible jail time on anyone found selling games […]