Final Fantasy XIV director says Final Fantasy XVI should be traditional fantasy, Activision Blizzard prepares to sack hundreds of employees on Tuesday, and Capcom has had an excellent 2018 in the news of the week!
Fortnight eclipses PUBG, Atari raises the dead, and Square Enix makes the impossible possible in the news of the week!
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Blitzmage fire up the cameras, prepare the music, and do it live, reporting on how Bethesda Softworks tries to keep reviews out of the hands of customers, and how the Halo series is becoming ever more like a freemium mobile app.
The Legendary Zoltan takes us back to the Final Fantasy VI play-through. This was the first music track ever submitted to Lusipurr.com. Since then, technology has progressed and new consoles have been announced. Will Zoltan’s track stand the test of time?
Ethos decides to get the big one out of the way with his look into why he believes the Final Fantasy IX original soundtrack is the best work of legendary composer Nobuo Uematsu.
Ethos likes all his video games new and flashy, but as a hardcore Final Fantasy fan, can he appreciate one of the most celebrated entries in the series? Read on to discover his brand new impressions on a decidedly not-brand-new game.
Ethos decides it is time to give a celebrated composer his own multi-part series. Join him for a gushing praise session devoted to Nobuo Uematsu and his beloved work on Final Fantasy VII.
SRRN’s Ash is an incredible game. There are times when one intuitively knows that they are playing the creation of someone who truly loves their respective genre; Ash is one such game. Gameplay/structure The kindest thing that one could say about Ash’s gameplay is that it gets the job done. It doesn’t burden the player […]
Without decent news once again, the panel resorts to hurling slurs and epithets at each other. Obsessed with music of the 1980s, Nate Liles does his level best to seize the reins perforce using the magnificent weapon of his velveteen voice.
Time to Say ‘Sayonara’ to Nippon Ichi? The developer of such great games as Disgaea, La Pucelle, and Phantom Brave has found themselves in dire straits this week. When their share holders got word that the latter half of 2009 brought a 97.5% reduction in profits, a massive sell-off began. In a single day, their […]