TSM Episode 537: The Pre3 Show

By Caspius
E3 Sony Conference 2014 SLIDER

With the spectacle of the Cricket World Cup (50-over edition) in full swing, SiliconNooB and Caspius discuss Australia’s fortunes, before Imitanis joins them to redirect discussion back to the major gaming event which is taking place at the same time: E3.

News: A Wys Decision

By SiliconNooB
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Ys VIII has been completely re-translated, PSN Trophies are now redeemable for credit, and Telltale lays off a quarter of their workforce in the news of the week!

News: $500!

By SiliconNooB
More of a curio really.

PSVR will cost $500, I Am Setsuna has been given a release window in the West, Treehouse translations are regarded as trash by Capcom at GDC, and a smackeral of Yurikuma Arashi makes for a sweet treat in the news of the week!

TSM Episode 61: Mann vs. The Industry

By Caspius
This pokemap is (cp_)STEEL type.

Lusipurr has a few gin and tonics and, joined by his even more Australian co-panelist–SiliconNooB–he decides to take the industry to task. The job proving more difficult than intended, Blitzmage is called into the effort, which is mostly a rant.

TSM Episode 53: Celebrationcast

By Caspius
Celebrate good times. C

In an effort to bring the latest POSITIVE and UPLIFTING news to gamers, Deimosion and Lusipurr hijack the Trans-Pacific Cable normally reserved for Australian use. In a Lusipurr.com first, the news is almost entirely good: great games are on the horizon!

TSM Episode 46: Revenge of the Bup

By Caspius
Seska may be hot, but Elim Garak is the best Cardassian ever.

Deimosion and Lusipurr attempt to discuss the opinions of Shigeru Miyamoto and Markus Persson, but Bup disrupts the reporting with a bumper crop of non-news. When SiliconNooB finally makes his own tardy appearance, the podcast truly goes off the rails.

TSM Episode 36: Man Hands

By Caspius
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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.