"I was just holding it for a friend!" the disgraced website owner claims.
LIONHEAD STUDIOS IS CLOSED. FABLE LEGENDS IS CANCELLED. ALL IS WELL.
Lionhead Studios has been utterly vanquished through Lusipurrean machinations, Xseed gets their tits out, Final Fantasy XV's Hajime Tabata wants to make players cry, and Luck & Logic fuses magical waifus in the news of the week!
Lusipurr's Fountain of Perpetual Disappointment accrues some serious talent, RPGamer distress their userbase by assailing them with change, and Infinity Ward Kickstart a bold new standard in indie gaming, in this week's empirically April news occurrences.
A Spanish Pokemon champ gets the wipe, Molyneux hits the can, and Australia see off some little brown men in this week's faecally-charged news excretions!
In the second of two promised reviews, Caspius examines Fable, and weighs in on what makes it so incredibly terrible.
This week, Deimosion reviews Fable III. Is it Fable-ulous, or this the third entry in the Fable series just a Peter Molysnooze? Read on as Deimosion discusses what it is that makes Fable III such an interesting game to review!
This week, Enrei reviews Dark Souls! Just kidding. Instead, he suffers for Fable Week and plays Fable II, so the readers don't have to!
In honor of Fable week, Deimosion brings to Lusipurr.com a brief retrospective on Peter Molyneux's unique gaming experience. INDUSTRY! PROGRESS! FABLE!!!
DurgaSyn counts 'em all, SiliconNooB has buyer's remorse, RootBeerKing is coming out, Reetin is working for a Christmas release, Emmori is shocked, Enrei is Indie, Deimosion gets litigious, and Lusipurr makes a statement. Also: optimism ABOUNDS!
This week, Reetin immerses himself in immersion, RootBeerKing is cancelled, Enrei gets a ray gun from Mann Co., and Lusipurr remembers why Nintendo's 3DS is not selling. Also, the panel discusses Final Fantasy XI's merits at great length: 11 out of 5!
In response to Lionhead Studios' recent debacle at E3, newcomer Emmori ponders whether or not Peter Molyneux's notorious Action-RPG franchise can be salvaged from its current state of disappointment, blandness, and chubby man-whores.