Ethos takes a moment away from his birthday celebrations to study a work from the original Mass Effect that has slightly more character than it may seem.
Adeki is back for the segundo editorial in a series all about consoles upon launch in order to celebrate/prepare for the Nintendo Switch's good/bad release! This time it is all about Microsoft, so is it time to do a 360 away from here? Read on!
With the death of Henry Heimlich, inventor of the life-saving manoeuvre after which--in a bizarre temporal inversion--he was named, Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, Adeki, and Sebastian report on the ways in which Nintendo, Square Enix, and Ubisoft have all choked.
The NX controller leak was a hoax, the Wii U will cease production in 2016, Square Enix is polishing up Final Fantasy XV, and Dagashi Kashi is like a fan service anime without fan service in the news of the week!
Overkill cucks the trust of their customers, Nintendo censors Xenoblade Chronicles X, Microsoft is confident about selling Boners this Christmas, and Diabolik Lovers returns for a second season in the news of the week!
Lusipurr.com is pleased to present Nocturne in the Moonlight: A Castlevania: Symphony of the Night playthrough!
Dyack returns once again from the grave, Xbots feel entitled to defraud Microsoft, and PS4 sales are coming along in leaps and bounds in the news of the week!
Double Fine disapproves of Steam sales, EA apologises for mocking the Wii U, and the sales of Final Fantasy X/X-2 surpass Lightning Returns in the news of the week!
After SquareEnix decides once again to make JRPGs, Lusipurr and SiliconNooB discuss the death of franchises and conclude that, living in the best of all possible worlds, the expiration of Castlevania and Mega Man were necessary for Flappy Bird to succeed.
South Park: The Stick of Truth is the sixth game to use the South Park license. Is the magic touch of series co-creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker the ingredient that has been missing from previous games? Or is a good South Park game just a pipe dream?
Microsoft's refusal to build datacentres in Africa is to blame when Titanfall fails to fall and sorrow strikes South Africa. Durga Syn and Regg join Lusipurr in a Bono-inspired attempt to lighten the hearts of a distressed and downtrodden people.
Akihiko Yoshida leaves Square Enix, PS3 owners like their porn, and poor COD sales causes Activision to offer up some weak excuses in the news of the week!