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Sofie reviews Thomas Was Alone, a game created by indie developer Mike Bithel.
Sofie treads dangerous waters as she releases her second game review, officially becoming a female game reviewer. This time, in a extension to Miyazaki March, Sofie reviews the Studio Ghibli and Level 5 collaboration Ni No Kuni. And as an avid RPG gamer, she’s found the game she dreamed of as a child that truly has it all.
In this special edition of Terror Obscura, the Fear Fan takes his show on the road to Indianapolis and the HorrorHound convention! There, he gets the chance to meet with one of the special effects artists that brought the original Evil Dead to life, and cast members from Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter! Also, reviews of three different films that were screening there.
Sofie Liv and Jill/Sursum Ursa got invited back to Alcon 2014 to talk about different aspects of women and geek culture, helped along by a prepared slide show and a great audience.
Phil Buni is addicted to Blizzard’s new digital collectible card game that’s free to play, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft. Did he mention that it’s free to play?
Body Harvest is a game where you travel back in time to stop an alien invasion force that’s come to earth to harvest the human population.
In this video, Nycea discusses everything from Geek Social Fallacies to French braiding. This episode’s artist spotlight is: Eran Folwer.
The Fear Fan presents the first in a series of short episodes that deal exclusively with his opinions, with only a minimum of comedy.
Nycea talks cosplayers and how to deal with awful comments on the internet.
Nycea discusses the LumberJanes comic, Sailor Moon Tiara Rings, and the new female Thor.
Tom follows up his previous Retrotorials about what makes a great (or bad!) villain with a look at a kick-ass villain who was completely botched: the X-Men’s White Queen, Emma Frost.
Joey counts down the best videos that combine sweet tunes with bodacious animation. Watch and find out which ones made the list!
The FMV shooter Sewer Shark is actually a pretty fun game.
Sofie finishes her first trilogy of “Who is…?” videos with a more troublesome character, but one who’s also pretty important: the one and only Wonder Woman.
In the second video of Sofie’s “Who is…?” series, she takes a look at Gotham City’s one and only Dark Knight.
In the first video of Sofie’s new segment “Who is…?”, she decides to talk about the Man of Tomorrow, and about who he is as a person and a character. What does he stand for? And what is the one “keyword” that sums him up?
Cecil looks at the outlandish survival horror game Disaster Report.
Sofie returns to an oldie but a goodie as she nears the end of Miyazaki March, looking at the Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind manga that was the source of the movie of the same name, and thus also the catalyst for Miyazaki’s movie career.
It’s Edutainment Month! So enjoy this video, in which Roland tries to string together a bunch of random clips of human suffering into seven minutes of light-comedy.