TSM Episode 361: Ghost Stories

By Caspius
Fantastic. Fanservice. Whatever.

Lusipurr and SiliconNooB try to discuss the Spring game selection, but end up talking about anime instead. Mighty No. 9 is delayed, and the history of the Saxons, Gaels, Picts, and Normans are detailed on the back of an England victory in South Africa!

Editorial: What They Need, Not What They Want

By SiliconNooB

It is often tempting to think of Emos as out of the loop insofar as normal concerns are involved, closeted away as they are, writing bad poetry and cribbing pretentious Twitter names on which to hang their hats of emotional profundity (try fecundity). I have recently had to reconsider my position on this however, as […]

News: Minority Report

By Biggs

This week, if you keep up with gaming news in even the slightest capacity, your ears are surely ringing from the deafening cries of Kinect. Between the release and onslaught of reviews for Microsoft attempt at stealing the Wii’s success, and the massive amounts of promotion and hype surrounding the soon to be released “That […]

News: Tokyo Game Show Explosion

By Biggs
Ewwww, it smells like rice.

If you are entirely oblivious to the world of video game conventions, then you are a moron. Furthermore, you would not know that today begins the third day of the Tokyo Game Show, which will be wrapping up tomorrow.  Unlike this year’s E3 or even the recent Penny Arcade Expo, the amount of news relevant […]

News: Accidentally the Everything

By Biggs
Tonberry Stabs Yuffie

I Accidentally the iTunes What is the laziest way to make money that’s taking the world by storm? Make an app. With the phrase “there’s an app for that” running rampant, developers ranging from well-known businesses to lonely nerds in their basement know that where there’s an app for that, there is money for it […]

Editorial: Bioware follow up their genre trolling with more genre trolling

By SiliconNooB

Forgive the hyperbole, Greg Zeschuck’s latest response to the JRPG industry was actually rather more diplomatic than Daniel Erikson’s “You can put a j in front of it, but it’s not an rpg” outburst, though the inherent arrogance looks to be much the same. Their central message seems to be that the only way for […]