TSM Episode 452: Pyro Takes Flight

By Caspius
Pyro and Saxton Hale Team Fortress 2 Art SLIDER

When the podcast recording falls on Lusipurr’s birthday, SiliconNooB gives him the gift of flight. Shortly thereafter, in a fluke accident, Adeki leaps high into the sky and over a cliff, before Imitanis follows him in a suicidal death plunge.

TSM Episode 385: The House Always Wins

By Caspius
Well, gambling bot, rather than moneychangers, and Steam OpenAPI rather than the Temple of Jerusalem, but close enough.

When Lord Gaben hears last week’s Lusipurr.com special report into Steam gambling connivances, he takes whip (cease and desist notices) in hand (e-mail), and casts forth (notifies) the moneychangers (gambling bot owners) from the temple (Steam OpenID).

TSM Episode 384: FurCast

By Caspius
...All we know is, he

When SiliconNooB and Lusipurr discover that not only does Adeki’s mother identify as a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, but that his father is a furry as well, the staff come together to celebrate how furries improve the world of online multiplayer video gaming.

TSM Episode 381: The E3 2016 Round-Up

By Caspius
You WILL vomit. You WILL NOT get your money back.

E3 2016 has come and gone, and the panelists offer a concise summary of everything that happened presented in chronological order more concisely and at a speed far greater than at the original conferences–including the untold TRUTH about virtual reality.

TSM Episode 277: A Just World

By Caspius
Lusipurr says,

Lusipurr and Iliya settle down for a delightful evening discussing the Cricket, the litigiousness of the video game industry, the necessity of justice in fair game design, and the likelihood of a long and successful life for Nintendo’s beleaguered Wii U.

TSM Episode 250: The Desolation of Smarm

By Caspius
Smarm is the pseudo-reasonable dodge; the attempt to deflect criticism by appealing to an imaginary right not to be offended; the claim that just criticism is unfair because it might hurt someone

Lusipurr is joined by SiliconNooB and Mel in an evaluation of England’s continuing poor form with the bat and bad luck with the ball. A rambling trip through the week’s news, and the games of yesteryear, rounds out an extended-length, pre-holiday podcast.