Lusipurr is joined by special guest Sabin in a one-on-one discussion about website design, Zestria, and the very best Metroidvania games of the current generation.
When Nintendo announces a Kirby-themed remake of the Japanese classic, Battle Royale, Lusipurr, Adeki, and Imitanis discuss what sort of compromises were necessary in order to make the hyper-violent thriller suitable for Nintendo’s customer base.
Forced to play Final Fantasy XV, Lusipurr is more than a little riled-up. When he is joined by SiliconNooB and Sebastian in the wake of the Video Game Awards, his frustration turns to rage directed at bad decisions and the fanboys who support them.
After Australia’s shock collapse against South Africa, panelists SiliconNooB, Adeki, Sebastian, and Imitanis join Lusipurr in a discussion about Nintendo’s shabby Metroid franchise anniversary, and the potato-headed fanboys who gleefully excuse it.
Lusipurr and Sebastian discuss Super Metroid, the reasons to avoid Virtual Reality, the Apple vs. Microsoft rivalry, great television programmes of the 1980s, and the nutritional content of nuts, in an effort to dissuade Lane from buying out the site.
Lusipurr.com presents The Last Metroid, a Super Metroid playthrough!
After a week of playing No Man’s Sky, Lusipurr emerges from the vastness of the cosmos to find that, in his absence, SiliconNooB has escaped from his entertainment-enhancing manacles. Adeki is promptly fortified with Foster’s and conscripted to the panel.
Mel has got Metroid on the brain this week as he looks briefly back at where the series has been and where it appears to be going. With spin-offs in the pipeline, can things look bright for the series? And what has been the holdup thus far? Read on!
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, Mel, and Java incorrectly predict the outcome of the Cricket World Cup, then move on to a discussion of how to make a satisfactory batch of cranberry orange muffins, complete with Zestria–and, furthermore, Sabin must be destroyed.
After SquareEnix decides once again to make JRPGs, Lusipurr and SiliconNooB discuss the death of franchises and conclude that, living in the best of all possible worlds, the expiration of Castlevania and Mega Man were necessary for Flappy Bird to succeed.