Caspius and SiliconNooB engage in some long-form discussion on the topic of creative style in video games, before they review the latest updates from the site-wide playthroughs, report the news, and trudge miserably through a particularly large Plop.
When SiliconNooB gives his Australiaitis to Imitanis, the podcast panel is once again reduced to two players. Lusipurr discusses the necessity of challenge in games and wider culture, whilst SN engages in some Nantucket-based poetry appreciation.
Adeki sings his swan song as this review marks his last post at The Day Tonight. But hold back the tears long enough to read his review of the Nintendo Switch's best selling game so far. Read on!
Nintendo has prioritized profitability over quality since joining the North American video game market, and their actions beginning with their earliest coin-operated efforts demonstrate this.
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.
Imitanis brings to the podcast a comprehensive knowledge of the many forms of biscuits; Lusipurr provides an American corollary with burgers, sausages, and pizza; and resident Aussie SiliconNooB provides the beer in this end-of-the-summer celebration.
Adeki braces himself for mediocrity as he examines the Wii U Gamepad and how something that might have been great in concept ended up killing the Wii U on launch. Unfortunately, this editorial will not have a second-screen experience, but read on anyway!
When SiliconNooB brings to the podcast dire news of the Final Fantasy VII Remake, Lusipurr nearly explodes with rage. In his incandescent fury, he pledges to use the site to destroy the business of Square Enix if the Australian's prophecies come to pass.
Adeki discusses the Wii U's Virtual Console, and tries to find out if there is a meaning to the madness. Are gamers secretly being benefitted by the dearth of NES games on their 3DS? Or is it because of reasoning our foolish brains can not fathom?
Adeki takes on his first review with one of the most popular retro-influenced games this console generation. Are these classic game mechanics lost on him, or is he able to embrace the past to better the present? Read on to find out!
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB rise at dawn to record a podcast about the many delays and cancellations announced for the late 2015 release calendar. The Tokyo Game Show is briefly summarised, with the panel expressing guarded optimism for Squeenix's Setsuna.