After last week’s reminder of the historically bad takes which have come from Caspius, the panel discusses other past ‘temporary errors of judgement’ about games which are now regarded as pinnacles of the medium, including F.F. VII and Chrono Trigger.
Ethos waffles on about the instability of his PlayStation Vita and the best conditions in which to play it. What is he droning on about in this first article since his long-awaited return to the site? Best go read the editorial to find out!
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB bid farewell to Alastair Cook and Michael Cunningham, even as Dragon Quest XI and Valkyria Chronicles 4 make their arrival in the west, and they discuss how the release of consoles and video games causes time to seem compressed.
After calamity upon calamity is heaped upon Lusipurr, the pressure eventually becomes too great, and Imitanis and SiliconNooB are treated to the great Lusi-whinge of 2018, on topics including royal rip-offs, cardboard cupidity, and a Sony scam.
Whilst the staff finally settles the decades-old internet argument about the ranking of Final Fantasy games, Australian Christmas arrives once again, with Santa bringing the gifts of Cricket victory and wine to the mustachioed people of Australia.
When Adeki’s rumpled ROEN clothing suggests that he is famished, Imitanis and SiliconNooB open the spacious boot of their AUDI automobile to find the COLEMAN cookstove stored there by Lusipurr, and they then cook up a hearty meal of NISSIN CUP NOODLE.
Lusipurr, Adeki, and SiliconNooB review the latest autumn anime offerings, comment on the recent surprise release of Ben Stokes’ Punch-Out!!, report pertinent news about Nintendo and Square Enix, and seek to discover the Colour of Magic.
Lusipurr.com presents Final Fantasy Origins: A Final Fantasy I and II Playthrough!
The staff and friends of Lusipurr.com perform a reimagining of Lusipurr’s high school freshman-year magnum opus: Escape from Narshe, the Final Fantasy VI radio play.
In a Labour Day holiday podcast, Lusipurr and Adeki sit down to reflect upon the first experiences with Final Fantasy VII following its launch on the Sony Playstation, two decades ago, on 7 September, 1997, before Lusipurr recites the Banjo-Kazooie poem.