Caspius and SiliconNooB review the end of summer prospects for video games–and there are a lot of them. With a bounty of new releases and remasters, and the prospect of the Christmas season on the horizon, the future of gaming has never looked brighter!
With the launch of The Day Tonight’s Smash Bros. Tournament Donation Drive, the on-going Cricket World Cup, the forthcoming Ashes contest, the site-wide playthrough of Suikoden II, and the conclusion of E3, the panelists find themselves buried in news!
This week a lot of release dates were announced for games both new and old at Gamescom in the news of the week!
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB return from the future (which is now the past) to discuss the news of the present (which is both the past and the future)–but they almost come to blows over a disagreement about whether Shin Megami Tensei is good (or not).
Pokemon Switch details leaked on 4chan, Shenmue III has been delayed- again, and Cliffy B gets shut down in the news of the week!
Lusipurr is unwell, so SiliconNooB takes over the duty of discussion protagonist, issuing forth sundry beer-infused opinions on the news of the week, but especially the Nintendo Direct–and, The Day Tonight’s prognostications are proved once again!
Nintendo dropped a Direct, Shenmue III is a waste of everybody’s time and money, and Anthem’s lead writer has quit Bioware in the news of the week!
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB close out the site playthrough of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, appeal for Ghosts-‘n’-Goblins-oriented donations, inaugurate the Final Fantasy VII Remake Update segment, and cover news from Nintendo, Shenmue, and Nintendo.
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, Durga Syn, and Imitanis open the heavy tomes of LusiProphecy to reveal the fate of the video game industry–dark times lie in store for a world already made supplicant to the evil desires of Cyrus Bieber, villain and antichrist.
Lusipurr has just about had it with KickStarter and, thankfully, another gaming crisis arrives to distract him: in an historically unprecedented industry event, Sabin actually downgrades EA two stages from ‘fine now’ to ‘really very much not so fine’.