Caspius, SiliconNooB, and Imitanis beseech listeners for iTunes-review contest entries, read the latest updates from the site-wide Earthbound playthrough, review the latest information about Sony and Microsoft acquisitions, and moan about The Plop.
Final Fantasy XVI will definitely be out by 2034, Collection of Saga is coming to Nintendo Switch, and Microsoft buys Zenimax (Bethesda) in the news of the week!
A three year old port becomes best selling Mario Kart game, Reggie explains the New 2DS XL, and Bethesda gets litigious again in the news of the week!
Shit floats to the surface at Square Enix, Oculus Rift support may be banned from all future software releases, and Nintendo fanbabies force changes to Nier: Automata in the news of the week!
The founder of Namco passes away at 91, PS4 Update 4.50 is going to be sweet, and Oculus loses its court battle against Zenimax.
With Lusipurr distracted by Dragon Quest VIII and a plate full of blueberry pancakes, Adeki, Imitanis, and SiliconNooB break into the company larder and make off with the Presidential Mutton Supply, resultling in a building-wide lockdown and mutton-hunt.
There is a good chance Oculus Rift could implode in the next two weeks following the conclusion of Zenimax court battle, Nintendo has been caught selling illegally dumped ROMs, and Sony likes to provide statistics without context in the news of the week!
In his weekly radio call-in show, Lusipurr is listening when producer Ethan 'Roz' Pipher puts through calls from Blitzmage and Imitanis on the topic of Nintendo's future hardware at E3 (or lack thereof). Kevin Spacey guest stars as a confused gamer.
A community manager has been fired from Turtle Rock Studios for defending Donald Sterling's privacy, Nintendo are to miss E3 again, and Zenimax looks to fleece Oculus in the news of the week!
Bravely Default is announced for the west, Shinji Mikami colludes with IGN for some soft coverage, and Japan shakes off the stifling clutches of the JRT in the news of the week.
Human Head are on strike, leaving Prey 2 in disarray, Ubisoft are harangued by someone almost as noxious as they are, and EA are set to return stolen games to Origin customers in this week's polemic publisher news!