Lusipurr and SiliconNooB go hammer at tongs at reviewing and discussing major releases including Super Mario Maker 3DS and Final Fantasy XV, whilst receiving help from a most unlikely source: Bup.
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.
Having forgotten fans like Lusipurr and SiliconNooB, Square Enix is overcome by fear: will Persona 5 harm sales of Final Fantasy XV? Will people turn from the gilded baubles of CGI and hold-square-to-win gameplay? ‘Twould be a merry Christmas, indeed!
Going back further in time than ever before, Lusipurr digs through his cassette tapes and finds a recording from exactly thirty years ago. Nintendo debuts a new console, role-playing games get morality systems, and Electronic Arts helps small developers.
Konami are in denial about Hideo Kojima leaving the company, Square Enix explain why Final Fantasy XV’s characters are dressed so goofily, Nintendo censors Fatal Frame V, and bitches be swords in Valkyrie Drive Mermaid in the news of the week!
Konami upsets gamers still further this week, Rovio cuts its workforce in half, Deus Ex’s pre-order campaign is the greediest yet devised, and lewd Otku are all up in your children’s education in the news of the week!
Final Fantasy XV will release in 2016, Microsoft makes digital support exclusive for the control pad aristocracy, Konami has been treating their staff absolutely disgracefully, and Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F has done better than it had any right to!
Lusipurr and Bup take on the slowest of slow news weeks when even the Cricket is on holiday.
When England win the first Ashes test in Cardiff, Lusipurr is jubilant and SiliconNooB is on the sauce. Nevertheless, the panelists discuss Ranpo Kitan: Game of Laplace, Konami’s tyrranical conduct, and the many concerns circling around Mighty No. 9.
Mega Man Legends successor, Red Ash, suffers due to mismanagement, Hideki Kamiya calls out Keiji Inafune, Kojima Productions gets cast as Liquidated Snake, and Actually, I Am… sinks its teeth into American audiences in the news of the week!