The FFXVI battle system designer has said some interesting things about command-based battle systems, Konami has released a selection of games to Good Old Games, and PS5 storage space is going to be a real squeeze in the news of the week!
The PS5 gets even worse, Final Fantasy XVI has been announced, and Disgaea 6 is the latest victim of Sony censorship in the news of the week!
Caspius and SiliconNooB announce the rumour of an announcement of an announcement when rumour of Final Fantasy XVI makes the rounds, and the site begins its collective playthrough of Xenoblade Chronicles, following the release of the Definitive Edition.
Get a copy of Final Fantasy XIV completely free of charge, Twitter simps for Naughty Dog, and China owns our vidya industry in the news of the week!
Two former staff members rejoin the site and take up positions as podcast panelists in a week chock-full of Square Enix news: Durga comes bearing the announcement of spiritual sequel to ActRaiser, and Brock presents the latest World of Warcraft updates.
Naoki Yoshida is probably directing Final Fantasy XVI, which will be a battle royale game, and Bioware's gross incompetence has been exposed in the news of the week!
Keiji Inafune's Xbone exclusive is downgraded to a budget title, six million people own a copy of Final Fantasy XIV, and Capcom are back to their old tricks in the news of the week!
When Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, Imitanis, and Mel learn that their actions as podcast panelists are agitating the notable internet personality, Adeki, Mel resigns in protest and the remaining staff members devote themselves to vengeful personal attacks.
A Final Fantasy VII remake is announced, Square Enix looks to be doing better, and Sony steals the show in the E3 news of the week!
Having had his pizza time foiled by SiliconNooB, Lusipurr aims for something slightly more continental: grapefruit and apple fritters. But America's lack of little juice tins, and increasing love for pink grapefruit, are impediments to his delectation.
This week Mel looks again at some examples of games as a service and notices that even when intentions are best this model seems less than ideal. The worry is that more games will adopt this policy. Will they? Come discuss inside!
Lusipurr is the subject of a patent lawsuit when Mel claims that he invented being wrong and that Lusipurr now owes him royalties. SiliconNooB takes the case, emphatically proving to Chief Justice Iliya that Lusipurr has never been wrong. Case dismissed!