Half-Life fans get their monkey paw wish, PS5 patents are perused, and PS5 rumours are examined in the news of the week!
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB announce the book for the yearly giveaway, celebrate comments-of-the-month and donators-of-the-week, and hold forth on Valve games, in-game purchases, and the difficulty of creating guidelines that actually work in the real world.
Gaben frees the anime tiddies on Steam (much to the dismay of the gatekeepers), Microsoft has an E3 conference, and Bethesda has an E3 conference in the news of the week!
As England begun the ritual of losing their first test of the summer, Lusipurr and SiliconNooB prepare the site staff for the difficult task of selecting the reader-chosen games which will test Lusipurr at the conclusion of the Summer Donation Drive.
Lusipurr is unwell, so SiliconNooB takes over the duty of discussion protagonist, issuing forth sundry beer-infused opinions on the news of the week, but especially the Nintendo Direct–and, The Day Tonight’s prognostications are proved once again!
When the podcast recording falls on Lusipurr’s birthday, SiliconNooB gives him the gift of flight. Shortly thereafter, in a fluke accident, Adeki leaps high into the sky and over a cliff, before Imitanis follows him in a suicidal death plunge.
It turns out that tablets did not change the world, and gaming on a touch screen is still inferior to gaming with a controller. Also, the PC is not dead.
When Reggie ‘The Fatuous Fathead’ Fils-Aime opens his ever-swelling face to belch forth more insultingly obvious lies, SiliconNooB grabs his Australian pitchfork and gathers the village to arms, marching them across the Great Australian Desert and to war!
Steam fumbles the Christmas rush, the opposition crumbles in both(!) Boxing Day tests, SiliconNooB humbles his brother’s bumbled gift, and Lusipurr grumbles about irrational gamer consumerism in the first Lusipurr.com podcast of the year A.D. 2016.
Mel discusses the recent issue of paid mods on Steam, which thankfully are of no concern. Although they may come back later, come inside to see his thoughts on why they present more problems than they are worth.