When Lusipurr falls ill with his twice-annual bout of tonsilitis, SiliconNooB and Imitanis Monday vie for the position of podcast host in a showdown to discover who is the most professional of two panelists. Spoiler: they both lose.
When the Australian Cricket team and their countrymen are unmasked as a group of plotting, underhanded cheaters, SiliconNooB is suspended from The Day Tonight staff and sent on walkabout to perform didgeridoo-related community service in the outback.
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.
The advent of the Xbonex sees all extant Xboné owners relegated to second-class status. Undeterred, Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, Imitanis, and Durga take up the cause of the oppressed and inveigh against unethical and exploitative business practises.
Lusipurr, Sebastian, and SiliconNooB delve into the biggest stories in a week packed with big stories: in a Halloween manoeuvre, Nintendo’s Witch takes flight; Red Dead Redemption 2 promises new and hilarious bugs; and The Last Guardian is finally done.
As the last Lusipurr.com readers leave the site and the lights finally go dark at the formerly impressive Tower of Lusipurr, the panelists consider whether to cease production of site content and focus instead upon watching the Cricket and reading poetry.
With the rest of the other staff members locked in the basement to sleep off an Episode 300 hangover, Lusipurr and Mel record a podcast. But then, Jack Thompson arrives with his Australian Lady Army, pulling Lusipurr from shelves across the land. Horror!
Easily the most hyped game of the year, GTA V generated an astonishing one billion dollars in sales over three days. Is this just brogamers being brogamers or does GTA V deserve all this excitement? Gyme spent forty hours in Los Santos to get the truth.
Glitches have many forms in video games, sometimes they are amusing, other times they are downright frustrating. This week Gyme talks about glitches and how developers have become too lax on having multitudes of glitches in their “finished products”.
For the second time running, Lusipurr cannot remember what episode he is recording–but all is well, for this week he has assembled the first panel comprised solely of intelligent, cultured, industrious men. A veritable deluge of sophistication awaits!