Lusipurr and SiliconNooB round out the end of the site-wide Dragon Quest XI playthrough and bid farewell to Reetin, before holding forth on the many releases and sundry changes made to Castlevania: Rondo of Blood and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.
Lusipurr is joined by special guest Sabin in a one-on-one discussion about website design, Zestria, and the very best Metroidvania games of the current generation.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB enthuse about the latest release in the SaGa franchise–Octopath Traveller–with its polished and innovative design that sits neatly alongside SquareSoft masterpieces of the SNES era. But then Lusipurr opines about Undertale.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB return from the future (which is now the past) to discuss the news of the present (which is both the past and the future)–but they almost come to blows over a disagreement about whether Shin Megami Tensei is good (or not).
When the Australian Cricket team and their countrymen are unmasked as a group of plotting, underhanded cheaters, SiliconNooB is suspended from The Day Tonight staff and sent on walkabout to perform didgeridoo-related community service in the outback.
When Adeki’s rumpled ROEN clothing suggests that he is famished, Imitanis and SiliconNooB open the spacious boot of their AUDI automobile to find the COLEMAN cookstove stored there by Lusipurr, and they then cook up a hearty meal of NISSIN CUP NOODLE.
With the (likely disappointing) release of Sonic Mania on the horizon, Lusipurr, Reetin, and SiliconNooB take a break from spreading lies, misinformation, and rumours, and instead offer listeners some consumer advice about how to use Amazon Prime.
Square Enix fucks up the release of Final Fantasy XII, Square Enix reveals the reason why the Gambit system has not seen greater use, and Hello Games moves into publishing in the news of the week!
With the recent release of an update to No Man’s Sky, Bup asks a question: should we even care? Should we look at the game again, or judge it solely on its original release? Do you even care?
Square Enix misrepresent Final Fantasy XV’s sales, Guillermo del Toro roasts Konami, and Hello Games has been acquitted of false advertising by the ASA.