This week SiliconN00B offers in-depth coverage of the state of JRPGs across the PS4, Switch, Xbone, and PC.
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.
As new TSM format changes are gradually incorporated to refresh the podcast, Lusipurr details upcoming site features involving unwitting (and unwilling) staff members, with the omnious approach of Bup awaited with both enthusiasm and concern.
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!
As Lancelot carries Arthur’s fight against Fort Mayne to every corner of Old England, Lusipurr and SiliconNooB wish that they had access to the Gramarye of those legendary days.
Embittered feminists get Grand Theft Auto V pulled from Australian store shelves, Street Fighter V is set to be a PS4 exclusive, and Phil Spencer talks about the prospect of JRPGs on the Xbone.
Zoltan’s Reading Room finally attains to a glorious and satisfying conclusion, Lusipurr inveighs against the Culture Machine, and SiliconNooB speaks out against censorship in what may be the last of the really long Lusipurr.com podcasts. Brevity ho!
Whilst Lusipurr exhausts himself by preparing for the lead in ‘Being Ignatius Reilly’, Peter Molyneux’s protege launches a Kickstarter that goes for a duck. Unfortunately for SiliconNooB, the Australian test side performs just as poorly as Molyneux II.
This week, Deimosion decides to get a little class, figure out his role in life, and go get a job as he explores one of his favorite aspects of JRPGs.
The staff and readers of Lusipurr.com embark upon a playthrough of one of the most epic RPGs ever produced: Final Fantasy XII. Participate by playing the game and by commenting on this thread, which will be updated throughout the four-week feature.