Caspius and SiliconNooB review the end of summer prospects for video games–and there are a lot of them. With a bounty of new releases and remasters, and the prospect of the Christmas season on the horizon, the future of gaming has never looked brighter!
Square Enix lied about there not being a physical version of Final Fantasy VIII remastered, Epic Games Store’s moneyhats are freaking huge, and Japanese scenario writers address the impermanence of the mobile medium in the news of the week!
Square Enix brought Final Fantasy VII Remake to TGS, and the results were suitably impressive in the news of the week!
Lapsed Final Fantasy fans are aghast to discover that FFVIIR is an ARPG, slightly more clued in Final Fantasy fans dispute the recasting of FFVII characters, and Tifa will have a more fully rounded depiction in Dissidia NT in the news of the week!
The wretchedness of the Final Fantasy VII Remake claims yet another victim: the peace which has existed between Caspius and SiliconNooB! With the early outbreak of hostilities in an already hotly-contested Ashes Summer, will peace ever return?
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!
With the launch of The Day Tonight’s Smash Bros. Tournament Donation Drive, the on-going Cricket World Cup, the forthcoming Ashes contest, the site-wide playthrough of Suikoden II, and the conclusion of E3, the panelists find themselves buried in news!
The Final Fantasy VII remake is a complete write-off and E3 took place in the news of the week!
Caspius reports on a series of one-sided World Cup 2019 matches, but Imitanis redirects discussion to his favourite game: SiliconNooB Monopoly–the most sleep-avoiding, arm-wrestling-infused, SiliconNooB-kissing property acquisition board game ever made!
Pre-E3 Final Fantasy VII rumours are a’circlin’, gaming has been determined to be a mental affliction by the WHO, and console manufacture may be about to be caught up in a trade war in the news of the week!