Caspius and SiliconNooB inaugurate a new era for the Starlight Megaphone by bringing in a connexion to the multi-award-winning Final Fantasy VI Radio Drama, before announcing a potential autumn playthrough game, and an announcement of an announcement.
Runescape is racist, Bungie is racist, and Pewdiepie is racist in the news of the week!
Dire portents reappear in the form of a crow with a stolen arrow in its beak, and strange happenings abound: Anime news dominates, England beat South Africa in South Africa, amiibos are weaponised against gamers, and Sony tries to copyright Let’s Plays.
Games are a wonderful form of entrainment and today they are being enjoyed in many different ways. Let’s Plays put games into a passive category, much to the success of some. Mel looks at games as a performance and highlights some of the best aspects.
Given that Java has fallen woefully behind the rest in terms of owning new systems, he spends more time watching video game trailers than actually playing the games…save for Bravely Default. However, he will not be talking BD this week. Trailers it is!
Sony dominates Hardware sales, Sony dominates software sales, and Ghost Dad makes a return in a non-Cosby fashion in the news of the week!
After a night of hat trading, Lusipurr shows up late, forgets to record the podcast, and fails to use his microphone. The headaches never end, and, when the podcast fails to work on Vista, heartbreak abounds. SiliconNooB, Imitanis, and Mel co-star. PG-13.
EA and Machinima were caught red-handed this week when some interesting advertising agreements were leaked. Although they were quick to try and dispel the shadiness the question remains as to what depths will they sink to sell shitty products?
This Christmas, listen to the gift that keeps on giving–even when told, repeatedly, through a series of court orders, to stop. Lusipurr and SiliconNooB labour in the darkness, braving a semaphor outage and sanctimonious tyrants to produce… a podcast!
The PS4 has more CPU capability than the Xbone, Namco Bandai attempt to pressure From Software into making Dark Souls for smartphones, and Jonathan Blow’s own development footage gets him flagged for a breach of copyright in the news of the week!