When SiliconNooB claims illness so that he can embark on a cross-continent booze-up forbidden by Lusipurr, Imitanis steps into the breach, only to discover that fortune has already tailored the news for The Day Tonight’s Australian correspondant.
When Lusipurr falls ill with his twice-annual bout of tonsilitis, SiliconNooB and Imitanis Monday vie for the position of podcast host in a showdown to discover who is the most professional of two panelists. Spoiler: they both lose.
SiliconNooB is over-the-moon when news breaks that Golden Axe will be receiving a long-awaited theatrical production, but Lusipurr is less optimistic about the likelihood of such a production being well-received, well-attended, or even well-made.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB hasten through an overwhelming number of release announcements, including a raft of Square Enix re-releases for the Nintendo Switch. Will Nintendonlies finally rejoice at being able to play Final Fantasy VII for the first time?
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB bid farewell to Alastair Cook and Michael Cunningham, even as Dragon Quest XI and Valkyria Chronicles 4 make their arrival in the west, and they discuss how the release of consoles and video games causes time to seem compressed.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB round up the Gamescom 2018 news, including a handful of cancellations and a veritable bonanza of release-date announcements; then, both panelists discuss Square Enix’s confusion regarding the success of Octopath Traveler.
This week a lot of release dates were announced for games both new and old at Gamescom in the news of the week!
The PS1 legacy is being squandered on smartphones, Final Fantasy VII is now an action game, and Microsoft is gussying up a fallen woman in the news of the week!
With the Summer Donation Drive at an end, Lusipurr and SilconNooB celebrate/commerisate about the success/failure of the site’s sixth consecutive successful/first-ever failed funding appeal. On the schedule: alcohol, and the poems of Philip Larkin.
When the frigid cold (0c) of the Australian winter agitates SiliconNooB into attacking the readers with demands of hard currency and frosty beer, Lusipurr valiantly checks the S’NooB assault with the sharp-tongued verse of the Roman poet Catullus.