Final Fantasy VII gets a release date, Stadia sounds awful, and past XSEED employees are being denied credit for their work in the news of the week!
Imitanis attempts to find a cohesive narrative in a series that has become bogged down in its own lore. Can Kingdom Hearts III tie up the series neatly, or should it be consigned to the realm of darkness? Read on to find out!
In the wake of yet another disastrous performance by the England Cricket team, Lusipurr eschews conversation about sport, retreating instead to the traditional bastion of all those who are disinclined to physical activity: the video game arcade.
Nomura threatens to cancel Final Fantasy VII R in the West, PS4 and Switch sales are going strong, and 4A threatens their PC customers in the news of the week!
As Christmas approaches once again for Australia (and the rest of the world as well), Lusipurr and SiliconNooB present the news and a variety of Christmas- and winter-themed variety programming, including poetic verses both whimsical and poignant.
Tetsuya Nomura has deliberately ruined the physical version of Kingdom Hearts III, and the ceasing production of Vita cards has hurt Limited Run release plans in the news of the week!
With the Summer Donation Drive at an end, Lusipurr and SilconNooB celebrate/commerisate about the success/failure of the site’s sixth consecutive successful/first-ever failed funding appeal. On the schedule: alcohol, and the poems of Philip Larkin.
The Final Fantasy VII Remake is still in its early planning stages, Omega Labyrinth Z has been banned in England, and Neil Druckmann has been made vice president of Naughty Dog in the news of the week!
Capcom announces Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, Tabata announces that he would like to ruin Final Fantasy VII-2, and Sony has redesigned PSVR in the news of the week!
After Lusipurr falls ill with a throat infection, Adeki is forced to take over podcast hosting duties in addition to his already gruelling, Wario-filled streaming schedule. Luckily, SiliconNooB is on hand to ensure that the Cricket is not forgotten.