Great Takahashi, / ambitious, planned Xenogears, / but without caution. Time, too short for men, / defied him, ruined his plans, / but left him unmoved. In time, Nintendo, / seeking a man of vision, / helped him to glory.
With several stars already awarded in the autumn-winter playthrough-revisit, Imitanis and SiliconNooB join Caspius in discussing Square Enix's response to last week's podcast: more SaGa games coming to the Switch, and even some Xenogears news!
Revisit classic The Day Tonight playthroughs this Winter as the site re-plays Final Fantasy IX, Valkyria Chronicles, and Xenogears!
With Cyberpunk delayed until next month what will the staff chose to buy instead? Is there anything else that stands out in November? It's Top of the Plops!
Sony releases financial year 2018 sales, Nintendo releases fourth quarter sales, and Japan rates the top twenty video games of the last thirty years in the news of the week!
Square Enix release their annual customer survey, Omega Labyrinth Z has been banned in the West by Sony, and We Happy Few is fighting a ban in Australia in the news of the week!
Character models have been heavily revised for Final Fantasy VII Remake, Metroid Prime 4 is in dire trouble, 30% of Capcom Vancouver hipsters are laid off, and Xenogears is twenty years old today in the news of the week!
At the Lusipurr.com offices, Christmas dawns once more with Sebastian, Adeki, and Lusipurr nestled all snug at their desks. A tale of Snarks and Boojums is told, along with a round-up of seasonal games, Christmas bargains, and a Humble Bundle FAQ.
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Iliya inaugurate the Imitanis Literature Corner with a special-edition full-length comedic reading, considerably lightening the mood after a discussion of the modern trend towards the erosion of property ownership. Penury ahoy!
Square Enix announces a positive change in direction, PS4 is rumoured to replace Xbox the the lead platform of Call of Duty, and Lorne Lanning has been taken out of context in the news of the week!
When the panel fails to show up, Lusipurr has no choice but to dig through his records to find an even earlier recording of the Internet Radio Programme than that used in TSM 44. This time, he selects the second IRP episode, recorded in October of 1998!
Nintendo visits equal measures joy and woe unto the industry, while Glee plagiarises from Portal's songwriter in the news of the week.