Adeki continues his series of Pokemon based editorials by exploring the Johto region! Is it a major upgrade from Kanto, or was some of the heart lost along the way? Read on to find out!
Lusipurr makes his much-desired return with Ginia and SiliconNooB on hand to provide important commentary on the issues of the day, including Final Fantasy XIV, the availability of Mew, the lack of NPD numbers, and the shocking sales of the PS Move.
Darth Lane uses the force to ensure that the panelists eagerly report on the Tokyo Game Show, show their love for Activision games, and profess their unswerving belief in the right-minded thinking of Emperor Kotick. All hail the GLOBAL ACTIVISION EMPIRE!
When Joliver Biebtok skips out on a spot on the podcast in favour of taking drugs and playing Modern Warfare 2 until 04:00, the panelists realise the time has come to act. Spurred on by the beneficent Nate Liles, an intervention call is made. Repeatedly.
When the podcast is routed through Australian Semaphore, unexpected felicity is the order of the day. Nate Liles is struck dumb, Ginia’s voice is lowered in pitch so humans can hear it, and Lusipurr is able to read poetry without constant interruption!
When Lusipurr’s case of Shingles makes it difficult for him to type, he introduces a new time-saving feature: total lack of organisation. And the result: the worst podcast in the history of the universe. Turn and run. Don’t look back. Just run. Run NOW.
When Oliver once again fails to show up for a stay at Castle Lusipurr, the staff are forced to cover E3 themselves. Bup reports on Lady Gaga’s E3 showing and Biggs spends the entire podcast silently painting her tits. Don’t be a Rude Gus: listen now!
The panel examines the various comments left by Lusipurr.com readers in the continuing Final Fantasy XIII feature. Special guest Oliver Motok shows up to profess his love for Nate Liles, whilst Ginia and Lusipurr discuss awesome games from the past.
Every time a new Pokemon game is released, I always tell myself I will not buy it. It is always the same type of game with a few new Pokemon and a couple new features added in. This is especially apparent when the “new” games are just rehashes of previous games, such as the recently […]