When SiliconNooB gives his Australiaitis to Imitanis, the podcast panel is once again reduced to two players. Lusipurr discusses the necessity of challenge in games and wider culture, whilst SN engages in some Nantucket-based poetry appreciation.
Switch’s security has been blown wide open, Labo flops in Japan, and a Dragon Quest director has left Square Enix in the news of the week!
Lusipurr, Adeki, and SiliconNooB together repair to nature in hopes of enjoying its manifold restorative blessings. But, following their exposure to inclement elements and irritating fauna, then each return whence they came with untrammeled haste.
It is the new year in Australia when Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, Adeki, and Sebastian reflect upon the worst of 2016. Attempting to foster a sense of optimism for the year 2017, the panelists’ efforts begin well, but quickly go awry thanks to Nintendo.
We live in a high definition world, but many of our favorite games fall short of this graphical standard. Can anything be done, aside from waiting for these games to receive HD remakes? You might be pleasantly surprised!
With the end of the Summer of Smash, SiliconNooB’s attentions are diverted to other, more Australian, pursuits, including kangaroos, exploding breasts, and inevitable panty-shots, leading Lusipurr to wonder if SN has become a covert SJW paedo-defender!
Nintendo foregoes any sort of E3 conference, Atlus has challenged Square Enix to a duel, Ubisoft is being taken over by Vivendi, and Konosuba is a fantastic fantasy farce in the news of the week!
Treehouse makes a mess of Fire Emblem Fates, the UN pressures Japan to ban sexy girls in games and anime, Project Setsuna releases in Japan, and Durarara!!X2 is quite fun in the news of the week!
Definitive proof that the Japanese are not responsible for Japanese Xbone sales, Zelda U is delayed as Eiji Aonuma equivocates, and Hajime Tabata attempts some ill-advised PR for Final Fantasy XV in the news of the week!
SocJus narratives are beginning to have a chilling effect on industry creativity, Tim Schafer takes an even bigger shit on the people who backed his Broken Game, and the PS4 begins to hit its stride in the land of the rising sun in the news of the week!