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“Casual fans today might be under the impression the episode resulted in boycotts, death threats, and people marching in the streets, but the contemporary record tells a different story.”
“Why is it so gross and shameful for Nicki Minaj to write a song about the unprecedented awesomeness of her ass?”
Joey discusses factors and tastes that contribute to the lack of hand-drawn films in the mainstream market.
The Suspect takes a look at the latest Call of Duty for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Fans of the franchise will love it, but has Sledgehammer done enough to convert the series' naysayers?
In a rare departure from movie reviews, the Fear Fan tackles an ambitious game that tries to bring Ridley Scott's Alien to the small screen. Does it succeed, or lay more eggs than an alien queen?
“It’s not something that offends your sensibilities. You may even be downright infuriated by something, but that doesn’t mean you’re being triggered.”
This time, Sofie plays something which truly is special.
Just in time to miss Halloween, Roland reviews a game that's legitimately scary... for how bad it is.
The Suspect takes a look at the 2014 video game adaptation of The Legend of Korra, developed by Platinum Games.
“Asperger’s is not a “get out of jail free” card that gives a person license to say and do whatever they want and not get reprimanded for it.”
“For all the good Marvel has done for their female characters, they’re still stuck in the roles of either sidekick or love interest, and are vastly outnumbered by their male castmates.”
“I think I speak for many when I say: let the people currently in charge of Star Trek figure out how to tell just one great story. Then we can discuss building a multi-pronged media empire around their efforts.”
Sofie takes a look at a game from the Danish indie developer Playdead. What did Sofie's proud Danish brothers and sisters come up with this time?
To liven up your Halloween, here are the ten bloodiest foreign horror films ever.
Renegado reviews a video game that was actually made in Mexico! Not only that, it's also inspired by one of the most popular and beloved Mexican comedy shows: El Chavo del Ocho.
Quod erat demonstratum, eh mofuckas? If you think this video is too confrontational, suck it! Roland works for a living, and doesn't have time to mince words on the internet. So let's rock and roll, and say your piece in the comments section.
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