Lusipurr discusses with SiliconNooB the concept of ‘backwards positivity’, an improvement upon the initially negative reaction towards a game, which improvement comes about as the result of a later positive experience in a similar game, usually a sequel.
There can really be only one question when we talk about Final Fantasy: which female character is your favorite? This week we tackle that most important subject, head on.
Nintendo debuts a new corpse-based Pokemon for Pokemon GO, IGN producer starts Twitter spat with Tekken creator because Social Justice, and the battle mechanics of World of Final Fantasy are described in detail in the news of the week!
Mel try, try, tries again with some games he once gave up on. In particular he touches on some PC strategy games that he has little talent for but is nonetheless determined to give another chance. Why has he done this? Is this even a good idea? Find out!
Confronted by a ledger sheet full of maths and sums, Lusipurr readies his slide rule and delivers some Consumer Advice, and SiliconNooB takes a holiday from inebriation to present more of the inane burblings that are symptomatic of Ubisoft’s Verbal Ebola.
When Lusipurr begins an audit of the books, he discovers a terrible error: Imitanis has been stealing the Literature Corner for months! After several redactions, corrections, and updates, a reappropriation ensures that SiliconNooB gets his just desserts.
Lightning Returns and Mario 3D World experience dismal sales in their domestic market, the Xbone hobbles out of the post-launch gate, and Atlus is given free reign over Sega’s dormant IP in the news of the week!
The Ashes continues at Chester-le-Street. Even though Lusipurr and SiliconNooB back opposing teams, they are united–along with Mel and TsubakiSamurai–in their dismay at Nintendo’s continued faffing about with the overpriced, under-supported, Wii U.
Square Enix unveils a game which is not a radio drama, Final Fantasy: Dimensions is crippled by a bug, and the launch of PSOne Classics on Vita is badly botched by Sony of America in this week’s under-performing news hiccups.