With Lusipurr and SiliconNooB recovering from the influenza, Reetin arrives to help speed their recovery with lofty thoughts, an uplifting outlook, and a buoyant attitude. But a bevy of news both chilling and damp worsens the panelists’ conditions.
Adeki braces himself for the penultimate editorial in this series navigating through the trippy decade known as the ’90s and ponders the existence of life itself. Adeki also tries to figure out what to do after this series is over, only time will tell!
Adeki opens the door to the year of 1996 only to be overwhelmed by the amount of games released within a one year period. How could one person play all of these games in just one year? Could anyone besides Bill Gates even afford to? Read on to find out!
Ethos hangs out with his cat on a daily basis. What does this have to do with Bloodborne? Not much, but Ethos tries to argue otherwise in this week’s edition of Editorial Miscellany.
Ethos tried the Ouya and was almost impressed with it until he was totally not impressed with it. He also played some games and talked about those, but who cares when we can all Ouya-bash, amirite?
Ethos is sad to put Paper Mario on hold, but The Stick of Truth is happily good enough to serve as a replacement, finally melding South Park with largely good game design. Read more details within!
Nintendo puts together an outlandish new plan to save the Wii U, Microsoft buys Gears of War, and Square Enix lies about Tomb Raider’s deficiencies in the news of the week!
Nintendo drastically revises downward their Wii U sales estimates, Tomb Raider finally becomes profitable, and PS4 teardowns reveal additional components in the news of the week.
Kingdom Hearts III is not actually in development, Square Enix are looking to move away from traditional console game experiences, and Sony are looking to salve the Vita by releasing some unusual Vita SKUs in the news of the week!
Destructoid writer is fired for telling the truth, Square Enix are to shun consoles in favour of social gaming development, and EA announces the end of ‘online passes’ in the news of the week.