The arrival of the Tokyo Game Show brings a veritable deluge of video game news, including a bevy of console release dates and the debut of a new Final Fantasy VII remake trailer and demo–and, in a much-demanded addition, the inclusion of a Classic mode!
The Ashes continues and Caspius is plunged ever further into despair by the underwhelming performance of England, but with Gamescom on the horizon, the prospect of new video game news lifts his flagging spirits–and even Nintendo is trying to help!
When migration day arrives and Lusipurr.com staff members become The Day Tonight reporters, not all goes to plan. The Australian semaphor is the first thing to break down, followed by a total, world-wide collapse of the Discord servers!
In response to a collapse of morality in the world of EVE Online, Lusipurr outlines his plan to bring jobs and security to the country, Adeki and SiliconNooB present NintendoNews, Durga summarises the anime season, and Imitanis reports on Blizzcon.
The nature of Final Fantasy XV’s DLC is revealed, Final Fantasy XV has additional theme songs [and they are awful], and a fan remake of Metroid II has been released in the news of the week!
When the efforts of censorious outrage-peddlers result in Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 not being shipped for sale outside of Japan, gamer favourite Play-Asia steps into the breach to ensure that Western gamers will have access to extreme Beach Volleyball.
Mel has a sudden change of heart about almost everything in the games industry and he takes the time this week to explore some of his new positions. Are they good positions or great ones? Only one way to decide.
Fighting the urge to once again talk about Nintendo, Mel uses retail pre-orders as a launching point to discuss some of the greater ailments of the industry from on disc DLC to bad games journalism. Come inside and vent alongside Mel about this big mess.
When Lusipurr changes around the audio capabilities of the podcast, he forgets to rebalance the recording. The result is an ear-shattering trip through the news only made bearable after heavy application of Dynamic Range Compression. Technology ahoy!
Microsoft recants on DRM, angry DRM enthusiasts speak out about Microsoft’s humiliating backdown, and Gamestop looks to have been the deciding factor in Microsoft’s humiliating backdown in the news of the week!