The Ashes continues and Caspius is plunged ever further into despair by the underwhelming performance of England, but with Gamescom on the horizon, the prospect of new video game news lifts his flagging spirits–and even Nintendo is trying to help!
Sony releases financial year 2018 sales, Nintendo releases fourth quarter sales, and Japan rates the top twenty video games of the last thirty years in the news of the week!
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!
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB broadcast one last time from Fort Lusipurr-on-the-Lake, before moving to the glorious surrounds of Maison de Lusipurr. In a parting shot, Final Fantasy XV makes news again, with the announcement of further DLC… in 2019!
The Day Tonight presents Spring in the Wild: a playthrough of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild!
Adeki sings his swan song as this review marks his last post at The Day Tonight. But hold back the tears long enough to read his review of the Nintendo Switch’s best selling game so far. Read on!
‘Tis the season for Lusipurrean misery, and when it rains, it pours: England suffer another dismal defeat in the Ashes, Lusipurr’s car breaks and needs to be replaced, and finally the spectre of Diablo III hardcore death appears once more, woe and betide!
When Adeki, Durga, Imitanis, and SiliconNooB are all kidnapped by sinister forces from the nearby Cat Fancy Kingdom, Lusipurr boards his trusty PIBS-fuelled Reetin airship, taking to the skies to search for and to reclaim his missing employees.
Lusipurr provdes Sebahamut with a new office in the sewer catacombs beneath the Headquarters building where, amidst the damp and reek, historical artefacts from the early years of gaming are kept alongside the dwelling of the site’s resident Australian.
Lusipurr is joined by Adeki, Sebahamut, and SiliconNooB, as they uncover the reasoning behind the suprising release of the Toast XL. In addition the panel examines Ireland’s Test Cricket application, and scorns Bethesda’s infamous litigiousness.