Deimosion gets a divorce, Reetin is a Christmas gift, Blitzmage receives a gift, and Lusipurr waits until next year. Also: the panel embarks on a lengthy and POSITIVE discussion of Final Fantasy VIII. Tell your friends and support Extra Life 2011!
Darth Lane uses the force to ensure that the panelists eagerly report on the Tokyo Game Show, show their love for Activision games, and profess their unswerving belief in the right-minded thinking of Emperor Kotick. All hail the GLOBAL ACTIVISION EMPIRE!
Halo: Reach was recently released to numerous outstanding reviews. I picked it up myself and really enjoy the game so far, but it got me thinking: do we really need more Halo games? Even Bungie is getting out of the series, as the company announced Reach will be the last Bungie developed Halo game. Now, […]
Special guests Waddles and Twats of Waddletwats return to Lusipurr.com for a reunion. Waddles is shown to be nothing more than an anthropomorphous Eeyore, and Nate does his best to provide a graphical representation of the two special guests at work.
In a massive conjunction of NASCAR, pornography, potatoes, farts (& butts), and the works of Pablo Picasso, the five-member panel manages to produce fully an hour of absolutely nothing whatsoever, leading Nate to throw himself onto the floor in a tant
Lusipurr has ruled that Video Games Are Art, and hence the summary judgement upon Roger Ebert is, “off with his head!” When the decapitation is complete, this week’s panel (Lusi and the Tits) manages to discuss some of the week’s more interesting news.
In this racism-filled podcast, Jenifer’s tits are utterly dwarfed by those of the site’s tame, Canadian midget. With Nate’s financial backing, a ‘Girls of Lusipurr.com’ calendar and weekly webcam show are planned, whilst Lusipurr contemplates suicide.
Ginia’s computer explodes, Nate’s grandmother turns ninety and dies, Eric’s internet tubes are clogged, and Lane’s addiction to American Pansyball overcomes his senses. What is to be done? So, Lusipurr hits the bottle with a besnowed Jenifer. Listen now!
Ginia’s religious experience in Apple’s phone bank is only a rumour until Microsoft steps in to confirm that God exists and will be launched in time for the 2010 Holiday season. Unable to restrain himself, Nate composes a suitable hymn for the occasion.
Lusipurr, Bup, and Ginia discuss the merits of The Sims (there are none), consider advertising for McDonald’s Angus Burgers (denied), and perform woefully in the Lusipurr.com Game Show (Nate wins). News? What news?