Nintendo is withholding Super Nintendo games on Switch, Yosuke Matsuda unveils the Square Enix 2019 strategy, and leaks suggest a full unveiling for Final Fantasy VII Remake in April of this year in the news of the week!
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB exchange felicities and then investigate the musical wunderkraft of Skrillex, the world-famous (or should that be notorious?) avant-garde composer, known for his seizure-inducing psychosounds and essays in auditory schizophrenia.
The worldwide canvas shortage is suddenly averted, Hajime Tabata reveals the logo of his new development studio, and Sony finally begins to open up about their lopsided censorship policies in the news of the week!
When SiliconNooB claims illness so that he can embark on a cross-continent booze-up forbidden by Lusipurr, Imitanis steps into the breach, only to discover that fortune has already tailored the news for The Day Tonight’s Australian correspondant.
Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition has been released on consoles, Kingdoms of Amalur has been resurrected from beyond the grave, and the Polymega console looks like a scam in the news of the week!
Square Enix release their annual customer survey, Omega Labyrinth Z has been banned in the West by Sony, and We Happy Few is fighting a ban in Australia in the news of the week!
Summer at The Day Tonight can only mean one thing! Donate to ensure that Lusipurr spends his holiday in the most aggravating and unpleasant way possible: grinding through terrible games, and reviewing them for everyone else’s amusement. Bonus: Panties!
The panel travels back (or forward) to the future (or past) to learn about the present (or future) news, then the panel travels forward (or back) to the present (or future) to bring the present (or future) news to the past (or future (or present)).
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB broadcast one last time from Fort Lusipurr-on-the-Lake, before moving to the glorious surrounds of Maison de Lusipurr. In a parting shot, Final Fantasy XV makes news again, with the announcement of further DLC… in 2019!
This week SiliconN00B offers in-depth coverage of the state of JRPGs across the PS4, Switch, Xbone, and PC.