Lusipurr is joined on a trans-Atlantic cable call by Imitanis to discuss the recent European and American release of the Sony Play Station. The panel discusses whether Sony can become a major hardware developer, or whether they will be forgotten.
Lusipurr is joined by Imitanis and SiliconNooB, resulting in an international panel of video game experts, to discuss Sony’s decision to avoid E3 in 2019, the future announcement and release of the PlayStation 5, and the value of Nintendo Switch Online.
After Lusipurr falls ill with a throat infection, Adeki is forced to take over podcast hosting duties in addition to his already gruelling, Wario-filled streaming schedule. Luckily, SiliconNooB is on hand to ensure that the Cricket is not forgotten.
True Americans love the grand old game of baseball, and cherish it. Or, rather, they used to. It really does not matter very much anymore. We just use baseball lingo now, and ignore the boring game. It works for us. Play ball!
Nintendo cannot seem to commit to Virtual Console in North America, and it is still missing from their latest console. How long will Nintendo ignore this potentially outstanding source of revenue?
Adeki embarks on an adventure full of Nintendo characters like Mario and Link as he watches Nintendo hit peaks and valleys with their previous consoles. Does the Switch have a chance of being as cool as the SNES? No, but still read this editorial.
Collecting consoles is not necessarily a bad thing, though it can be very expensive. But what if one collects consoles for the sake of collecting them alone? An unforgivable mess that lingers years after most of the hardware is gone.
When SiliconNooB drinks too much Australian Water, he finds himself unable to rise from bed. Heartened by an English test victory, Lusipurr assists his soaked co-host, and Bup joins them with a novel plan to help solve all of Nintendo’s many problems.
A twenty-three week reading concludes with SiliconNooB and Imitanis in attendance. Lusipurr imposes further sanctions as the Zestria War grinds ahead, and then dispenses helpful advice to hardware developers about what to leave out of console development.
In this editorial, Rikki takes a look at the feature of time travel in gaming, and the different ways that it can either make a game great, or drag it down into the depths of obscurity.