As Sony continues to decline into developer and consumer irrelevance, Caspius, SiliconNooB, and Imitanis consider the incomparable success of the Nintendo Switch, and review the latest on the Earthbound playthrough, Final Fantasy XVI, and Adventure Plops.
Final Fantasy XVI actually will be releasing sooner than any of us thought, Nocturne HD DLC gets detailed, and the Bravely Default II Twitter account breaks its silence in the news of the week!
Final Fantasy XVI will definitely be out by 2034, Collection of Saga is coming to Nintendo Switch, and Microsoft buys Zenimax (Bethesda) 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!
Rumours regarding Final Fantasy XVI have been circulating, Playasia is now publishing pantsu, and two big Japanese remakes have underperformed 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.
The panel discusses the best and worst implementations of New Game+ mode in RPGs, and what they would like developers to consider in order to avoid the pitfalls of Ghosts 'n' Goblins, and instead reach the same level of success as Chrono Trigger.
Hajime Tabata unveils his new project, Microsoft unveil a new console, and Dragon Age 4 will be an always online 'games as a service' in the news of the week!
The beginning of the County Cricket Championship heralds a veritable buffet of news and game announcements, including an unexpected PC release of Octopath Traveler, and even more ludicrous claims about Nintendo Labo VR implementation in Zelda and Mario.
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!
After paying tribute to some arcade memories and the best threequels ever made, Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Imitanis review the hardware, software, and developer results for the previous year, and render judgement on which of each was the worst.