When SiliconNooB gives his Australiaitis to Imitanis, the podcast panel is once again reduced to two players. Lusipurr discusses the necessity of challenge in games and wider culture, whilst SN engages in some Nantucket-based poetry appreciation.
When SiliconNooB claims illness so that he can embark on a cross-continent booze-up forbidden by Lusipurr, Imitanis steps into the breach, only to discover that fortune has already tailored the news for The Day Tonight’s Australian correspondant.
In response to a collapse of morality in the world of EVE Online, Lusipurr outlines his plan to bring jobs and security to the country, Adeki and SiliconNooB present NintendoNews, Durga summarises the anime season, and Imitanis reports on Blizzcon.
Reading about the people behind the hardware and software that make up the last fifty years of gaming history is a rewarding process, and can immediately transform any fan of gaming into a student of this fantastic subject as well.
When Final Fantasy XV fails, Tabata disseminates fake news and creates an internet survey about Squeenix’s game development. Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Adeki duly complete the survey, only to discover what they knew all along: Adeki is a Hufflepuff.
With Lusipurr distracted by Dragon Quest VIII and a plate full of blueberry pancakes, Adeki, Imitanis, and SiliconNooB break into the company larder and make off with the Presidential Mutton Supply, resultling in a building-wide lockdown and mutton-hunt.
When Reggie ‘The Fatuous Fathead’ Fils-Aime opens his ever-swelling face to belch forth more insultingly obvious lies, SiliconNooB grabs his Australian pitchfork and gathers the village to arms, marching them across the Great Australian Desert and to war!
Late is the hour and long overdue the messenger when Nintendo’s Witch is at last revealed, and the English-speaking peoples of Britannia, Australia, and Her Majesty’s American Colonies unite together as of one voice in condemnation: Burn the Witch!
Chess was invented before the computer, but that has not stopped modern technology from embracing this ancient game, with many computer-powered incarnations, released on virtually every platform, over the years. We will explore a few today.
Lusipurr.com finally numerically surpasses CatFancy on Australian Christmas Day. And with the dawning of Christmas in the east (or west, if you prefer), Lusipurr and SiliconNooB enjoy a conversational ramble through anime, video games, and Cricket.