Substantial information is uncovered about Final Fantasy VII Remake’s field design, EA cancels a Star Wars game, and Activision gets sued over their split with Bungie in the news of the week!
Telltale goes bust, Capcom Vancouver goes bust, and EA is under criminal investigation in the news of the week!
It has been a rough week for Lusipurr! Following the battle at the Lusipurr.com offices, his podcast is crashed by Sabin, Paws, Ethnic Man, and Mr. Taciturn. Nevertheless, our dauntless hero forges ahead against the villainous supporters of the JRT!
Microsoft decides to focus only on the wealthy elite, much to the chagrin of staff members like SiliconNooB who are forced, through the circumstances of rural habitation, to depend entirely upon semaphor. Meanwhile, Imitanis sleeps through the podcast.
Feminists and gays cop a spray, while hypocrisy is embraced by the NRA in the news of the week.
In a shocking twist, Deimosion brings a review of a western RPG to Lusipurr.com. Read on to discover what Deimosion thought of Bioware’s massive hit RPG based on the Star Wars setting in this week’s review.
Emmori reviews LucasArts’ follow-up to its 2008 hit action title. Does it hold up to the original, or will it disappoint? Find out here!
This week, Emmori reviews LucasArt’s 2008 Stormtrooper-hurling, Rancor-stabbing, Force Lightning-ing Hack ‘n’ Slash action game. Does he think TFU is worth playing?
Deimosion wonders why catching them all was–and is–so succesful, Slab Bulkhead is a trending topic, and Lusipurr is ubercharged! Also, EVE Online, Star Wars Galaxies, and City of Heroes round out an uncharacteristically MMO-centred news selection.
Lane gushes like an over-excited fanboy about an upcoming MMO that has nothing at all to do with Azeroth or how the Alliance is superior to the filthy, stinking Horde. His readers merely sigh and return to fantasizing about their waifu.