Editorial: A Classical Death

Inspired by Mel, Gyme decided to replay some of the "classic" games from the last generation. Much to his surprise, many of these "classics" failed to live up to the word, prompting Gyme to figure out why.

Editorial: Top 10 of 2010

Hello all my loyal fans and welcome to the glorious return of NATE LILES! Is this perhaps the greatest post in Lusipurr history?  It is too early to tell, but I am going to go with: yes.  I did this post last year and it seemed to get a good response, so I am doing it again.  Here I am listing my ten favorite games fro…

Review: Fallout 3: Mothership Zeta

Space really is the final frontier with the recent release of Bethesda’s final  Fallout 3 DLC titled Mothership Zeta.

In Zeta, the player is abducted by an alien spaceship and must fight his or her way out, or be cyrogenically frozen and tested on for all time.  The new DLC adds new alien weapons, char…

Review: Fallout 3: Point Lookout

Bethesda adds even more to the universe of Fallout 3 with the recent release of Point Lookout on the XBox 360 and PC.

Point Lookout allows the player to travel to the city of Point Lookout, Maryland, which was a seaside resort area before the bombs dropped.  While none fell directly on Point Lookout, the city …

MAP Episode 20: Nate’s Musical Face

Nate displays his amazing face-based music; the panel fails to discuss things of importance; Final Fantasy IX comes to an excellent conclusion; and listeners learn what they can expect from the Summer Fiesta '09. It's all here, except for what isn't!

MAP Episode 15: Podcall of Dutycast

When the Call of Duty comes, who will answer? MasterChef and Bup, that's who! Topics include Sherlock Holmes vs. Jack the Ripper; Spy vs. Sniper; inFamous vs. Sly Cooper; E3 vs. Swine Flu; and Hideo Kojima vs. the World. Answer the call by listening now!

Review: Fallout 3: Broken Steel

Bethesda wows players once more with the addition of the newest Fallout 3 downloadable content: Broken Steel.

Broken Steel not only adds to the overall plot of Fallout 3, by allowing the player to join the ranks of the Brotherhood of Steel to finally defeat the evil Enclave, but adds ten more levels, raisin…

Review: Fallout 3: The Pitt

Bethesda expands the world of Fallout 3 even more with the addition of the newest DLC entitled The Pitt.

The Pitt allows the player to travel to the booming industrial city The Pitt, formerly Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania before the bombs dropped. The city suffers from a disease in the air that transforms thos…

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