Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Imitanis address the topic of dialogue in games: how it should be connected to gameplay, and how the current trend in RPGs inclines developers to increasingly protracted dialogue expansion, often at a cost to enjoyment.
The SNES Classic has been announced, union unrest prevents longtime Resident Evil actors from returning for RE2make, and DFC Intelligence has some unrealistic expectations for the Xbox One X in the news of the week!
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB expose all of the Project NX rumours in a podcast chock-full of literature and culture. Twilight Princess HD comes in for some criticism, and the announcement of SNES games on New 3DS causes some Australian discontent.
Lusipurr, Bup, and SiliconNooB celebrate the golden age of gaming with a discussion about the very best Super Nintendo games of all time, culminating in a forty-seven minute dance routine featuring a sixty-four voice choir and the New York Philharmonic.
Bup has not been playing anything worth talking about lately. Other than Super Mario World for the SNES. So enjoy an article written about a 25 year old game!
In this edition of Editorial Miscellany, Ethos discovers the Super Nintendo for the first time and launches into praise for timeless games and how they are important to guide the current confused generation of games to eventually find their way.
Despite earning its creator over $50,000 a day in ad revenue, the game has been taken down from the Apple and Google app stores. Did creativity matter to its success? Read on to find out.
Inspired by Mel, Gyme decided to replay some of the “classic” games from the last generation. Much to his surprise, many of these “classics” failed to live up to the word, prompting Gyme to figure out why.
Deimosion loves SNES-era Mario games. So much so, in fact, that he wrote an editorial on them. Join Deimosion as he shares his thoughts on Super Mario World and Yoshi’s Island.
Download Link: Produced 2010.11.14 It’s not all smiles and sunshine when Lusipurr and SiliconNooB evaluate the fate of PC Gaming, the large corporate model of console game development, and the Global Activision Media Empire. And Final Fantasy XIV watch continues! Let’s see some fireworks!