The Day Tonight’s status as an ‘essential service’ ensures it remains operational during the pandemic, delivering podcasts to its countless thousands of quarantined listeners–especially those interested in Nintendo and Final Fantasy VII Remake news!
The Xenoblade Summer playthrough is on like Donkey Kong, a Bravely Default 2 demo has been released on Switch, and there are a number of additional Switch announcements in the news of the week!
SiliconNooB returns from a week-long matrimonial booze-up thoroughly disinfected with alcohol, but also losing his ability to function as a gamer, and increasingly inclined to use of ‘easy mode’ and ‘golden feathers’, much to the consternation of Caspius.
Final Fantasy VII Remake has not been confirmed for Xbox, Monolith Soft has had a bumper year, and Dragon Quest IX devs talk about a possible remake in the news of the week!
Lusipurr discusses with SiliconNooB the concept of ‘backwards positivity’, an improvement upon the initially negative reaction towards a game, which improvement comes about as the result of a later positive experience in a similar game, usually a sequel.
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB bring the news, much of which is positive or optimistic in outlook. But amongst the gaiety-inducing journalism, one particular story earns special attention for having been caused by Lusipurr and Reetin: the merger of MS and EA.
Nintendo’s Witch is rumoured to be competitively priced with some interesting launch-day games available, and Square Enix has shipped Final Fantasy XV in an unfinished state.
Having had his pizza time foiled by SiliconNooB, Lusipurr aims for something slightly more continental: grapefruit and apple fritters. But America’s lack of little juice tins, and increasing love for pink grapefruit, are impediments to his delectation.
A Link Between Worlds is the latest entry in the popular Zelda series and it offers players a more classic experience than the series’ recent entries. A spiritual successor to A Link to the Past, how does this new Zelda title live up to its expectations?
It is unusual for a game like Project X Zone to see a Western release considering many characters are from games only found in Japan. Has Monolith Soft got a wining combination of characters, or is this another Cross Edge?