Japanese PS4 game approvals are now determined by the whims of boxed wine drinkers in California, Blizzard is deleting negative criticism of Diablo Immortal, and Sony really fucked up the Playstation Classic in the news of the week!
The PS1 legacy is being squandered on smartphones, Final Fantasy VII is now an action game, and Microsoft is gussying up a fallen woman in the news of the week!
Nintendo blocks fan projects from The Game Awards, Wild Arms and Arc the Lad return in the worst possible way, and Watch Dogs 2 is shaping up as a major flop in the news of the week!
Spoiled for choice, Lusipurr puzzles over whether to play Mega Man Legends, Parasite Eve, Wild Arms, or Xenosaga. SiliconNooB and Imitanis attempt to confound him into playing Xenosaga, but the listeners step in, instead directing Lusipurr to Mega Man.
Final Fantasy X-3 looks to be a near certainty, Resident Evil players are an aging demography, and Titanfall cannot maintain a consistent framerate in the news of the week!
SiliconNooB is too drunk to attend, so Wedge drops in briefly, Blitzmage drops out briefly, and RootBeerKing stays the course in a podcast which looks at the various pitfalls associated with ‘day one’ and ‘on-disc’ DLC. Spoilers: the panel does not want.
Now that the Wild Arms playthrough has come to an end, the Lusipurr.com staff members go through the process of getting back to business as usual.
Chris ‘Sabin’ Privitere of RPGamer joins an already over-stuffed podcast panel to discuss Persona 2 on the PSP, Assassin’s Creed in the American War of Rebellion and Mutiny, the Binding of Isaac, the closure of Sony MMOs, and updates to Final Fantasy XIV.
In a comic packed with in-jokes and podcast references, the Lusipurr.com staff are seen to be cracking under the pressure of the Wild Arms playthrough, now in its third week.
Coming to grips with the week’s news, the podcast panel handily assembles to grasp the nettle of some controversial topics. Also: the panelists discuss their lack of hands-on experience with Wild Arms, all without placing the finger of blame upon anyone.