The panelists arrive–some (much) later than others–to discuss topics including Ubisoft’s avaricious attempts to bilk PSVita gamers, Hulu on 3DS, a free-play weekend that has already gone, and the world’s most accurate Valentine’s Day Present simulator.
When Bup fails to make an appearance, Lusipurr is forced to call in the only person who can fill in for the site’s largest former personality, with the result that Australian Christmas comes early, much drink is had by all, and Smissmass presents abound!
This week, Enrei overcomes his fear of clowns and goes on a crime spree with Overkill Software’s Payday: The Heist. Does Payday manage a clean getaway, or will the cops shut the heist down before it begins?
This week, Enrei prays to every god he has ever heard of hoping to find the one who will remove all the horrible memories Ubisoft’s newest god simulator, From Dust, have given him.
This week, Reetin immerses himself in immersion, RootBeerKing is cancelled, Enrei gets a ray gun from Mann Co., and Lusipurr remembers why Nintendo’s 3DS is not selling. Also, the panel discusses Final Fantasy XI’s merits at great length: 11 out of 5!
Many game developers seek to make as much profit in as little time as possible. Others forgo short-term profits in favor of long-term customer loyalty. Daniel compares Valve to Activision and discusses their business strategies.
Deimosion wonders why catching them all was–and is–so succesful, Slab Bulkhead is a trending topic, and Lusipurr is ubercharged! Also, EVE Online, Star Wars Galaxies, and City of Heroes round out an uncharacteristically MMO-centred news selection.
Valve continues to prove why they should be the industry standard of how to please your customers, Rift steals some customers for World of Warcraft, Nintendo continues to ignore the internet, and Hideo Kojima talks about something other than himself!
Despite not knowing the date, the episode number, or his own name, Lusipurr nevertheless throws down the gauntlet to the readers of Lusipurr.com, challenging them to donate money to ensure his first review ever is of one of the worst RPGs ever produced.
The continuing struggle of the PlayStation Network frustrates developers, Sweden dislikes possibly underage boob jiggle, Team Fortress gore porn voting begins, and a new reason why Steve Jobs loves crazy cat ladies.