Caspius and SiliconNooB inaugurate a new era for the Starlight Megaphone by bringing in a connexion to the multi-award-winning Final Fantasy VI Radio Drama, before announcing a potential autumn playthrough game, and an announcement of an announcement.
Microsoft’s next gen Lockhart console has been cancelled, Famitsu has detailed some fun new Final Fantasy VII plot details, and Sega’s Toshihiro Nagoshi shows disdain for Western audiences in the news of the week!
Death Stranding gets a release date, Collection of Mana may be getting a Western release, and Dragon Quest XII is in preproduction in the news of the week!
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.
The beginning of the County Cricket Championship heralds a veritable buffet of news and game announcements, including an unexpected PC release of Octopath Traveler, and even more ludicrous claims about Nintendo Labo VR implementation in Zelda and Mario.
Nintendo’s Alison Rapp turns out to be an alleged prostitute, Hironobu Sackaguchi calls Kitase a bad producer, I Am Setsuna bucks tradition by utilising an ATB in [CURRENT YEAR], and Ghost in the Shell will be shitty with or without Scarlett Johansson.
Final Fantasy XIII-2 loses its street cred, Persona 4 gains content, the ESA gains tax payer money and Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning loses seven missions – in this week’s carefully balanced news excretion.
Today, Oliver talks about some conventions of modern gaming that, perhaps, we were all better off without.
Having successfully carried out potato-based hits on all of the other podcast panelists, Ginia stands alone. With syrup and sausages in hand, and bacon at the ready, she charts a course through the week’s news, which Lusipurr begrudgingly endures.
Another week, another stinker. Exhausted after another night spent in gaol for drunk and disorderly conduct, Oliver is as noncommital as ever. Nate tries to engage him, only to find himself thwarted by Eric J’s savage punnery. Meanwhile, Lusipurr weeps.