Caspius and SiliconNooB survey a highly litigious collection of stories in the weekly news, reveal astonshing records set by Final Fantasy VII Remake and the Nintendo Switch, and prepare for the forthcoming site-wide playthrough of Xenoblade Chronicles.
Caspius and SiliconNooB discuss Capcom’s intention of reviving dormant franchises, and SN tries to allay Caspius’ fears with news of Konami ‘reviving’ Silent Hill for pachislot machines and Sony ‘reviving’ Wild Arms for an abysmal mobile sequel.
Still bringing straight facts to gamers, the site’s journalistic integrity remains rightly unquestioned. The panel unites to discuss the week’s news and–really, is anyone even reading this? It all seems such a waste. I do not even know why I bother.
When Lusipurr begins an audit of the books, he discovers a terrible error: Imitanis has been stealing the Literature Corner for months! After several redactions, corrections, and updates, a reappropriation ensures that SiliconNooB gets his just desserts.
After a night of hat trading, Lusipurr shows up late, forgets to record the podcast, and fails to use his microphone. The headaches never end, and, when the podcast fails to work on Vista, heartbreak abounds. SiliconNooB, Imitanis, and Mel co-star. PG-13.
Nintendo’s DS sees its share of handheld profits decrease to just 36% of the market revenue – this has engendered much speculation on the part of smartphone enthusiasts, who imagine that Mario will soon be coming to the platform of their choice.
In the real-world, SkyNet would be a buggy POS that could not conquer a mini-mart, let alone the world.
How many of our readers are gullible and retarded and believed everything they read while on the internet Friday? If you avoided being trolled mightily yesterday by avoiding the internet altogether, here is a nice round-up of what you missed: To start things off, gaming news site Destructoid celebrated the spring day of foolery by […]
Not Afferentus, But Close Enough In this week’s edition of ‘SquareEnix Being Douchebags,’ they averted the idea of an FFVII remake and the silly notion of new content by announcing that Final Fantasy IX will be the next title to see re-release on PSN. While it is not held in such a ridiculously high regard […]