The regular Switch SKU is getting an upgrade to the system’s battery life, Google Stadia talks game ownership, and Riot Games unpersons Vic Mignogna in the news of the week!
Despite a growing trend toward low-skill games, a majority of games require the player to have or obtain certain skills to complete all of its content. Mel looks at some different ways this fact is approached, both for good and ill. Read on and comment!
Mel try, try, tries again with some games he once gave up on. In particular he touches on some PC strategy games that he has little talent for but is nonetheless determined to give another chance. Why has he done this? Is this even a good idea? Find out!
Lusipurr and Iliya settle down for a delightful evening discussing the Cricket, the litigiousness of the video game industry, the necessity of justice in fair game design, and the likelihood of a long and successful life for Nintendo’s beleaguered Wii U.
Imitanis visited London Comic Con this past weekend. What games did he see in his travels? Did people know about the games they were promoting? Find out all this and more inside!
By popular reader demand, Lusipurr hastily assembles an old-school Cat Fancy reunion. Sabin and Noodle guest-star, alongside Lusipurr.com staff members old and new–though a technical fault prevents the presence of the otherwise redoubtable SiliconNooB.
This week, Deimosion looks at his experiences with the City of Heroes, Team Fortress 2, and League of Legends communities and discusses the differences in dealing with the three vastly different player bases.
The Lusipurr.com podcast panel celebrates the release of Final Fantasy XIII-2 with a timely review, an amusing comic, and this podcast. Meanwhile, other news happens, including financial disasters and staff members obtaining Honourable Platinums.