Cecil talks about what it takes to make a solid video game movie adaptation!
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In this special Retrotorial, Tom follows up his previous Retrotorial about what makes a great villain. This time, he looks at what makes a bad villain by looking at one of Star Trek’s most overrated villains, Gul Dukat from the most overrated Star Trek series, Deep Space Nine.
The Animated Heroine finally finishes her countdown! After six long months, get ready to find out what her all-time favorite animated movies are!
How do you introduce a whole new generation to your long-running sci-fi show? Ursa takes a look at Nu-Who’s first Doctor, his first story arc, and why some companions just don’t cut it.
The Suspect reviews South Park: The Stick of Truth for the Xbox 360, the latest South Park game and easily the best licensed game he’s played in a long time, despite its brevity. After all, how many other games feature killer Nazi fetuses and let you summon Jesus Christ to destroy your enemies?
With the announcement of Michael B. Jordan playing the Human Torch in a racially diverse Fantastic Four, Sybil takes a moment to talk about how comic book fans can still be the worst.
For the second installment of Good Bad Games, Cecil takes a look at the vastly underrated Golden Axe: Beast Rider.
The Suspect reviews the latest installment in the Final Fantasy series.
Cecil lists his favorite and least favorite films of 2013! FYI, the list of the ten best films comes first. This being Good Bad Flicks, it may be hard to tell.
The Animated Heroine counts down the best and worst of the last year… finally! Just like last year’s list, she alternates between the three best and the three worst animated films, and also looks at movies that might be strong contenders for this list in 2014!
There’s a new Dragon Ball Z game, right on schedule! We’ve had one of these just about every year for the last ten years, but the last few have been terrible. With Battle of Z, a new developer and style of game play attempt to mix things up. So let’s see how well that works.
In this special Retrotorial, Tom discusses his second favorite Star Trek antagonist, the Vulcan T’Pring from the original series episode “Amok Time”.
It’s time for some more New Who on Stuff You Like, and where better to start than with the Ninth Doctor’s first companion? Was she really a teen pop star? Why is everything super-fast in the first episode? Do all British mothers behave like Jackie Tyler? Some of these questions and more answered as we take a look at Rose Marian Tyler!
In this editorial, Sybil Pandemic talks about the concept of “mature entertainment” and how a certain company is doing it wrong by giving us a child’s version of maturity, undoing all their characters’ marriages and making them angsty, miserable, and hateful all the time.
It’s an Examined Life (of Gaming) awards show! Join Roland for an angry talk (or “rant”, if you’d prefer) about the best and worst games of 2013, including Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, Grand Theft Auto V, Rogue Legacy, Resident Evil 6, Takedown: Red Sabre, and Rising Storm!
For all the adults and teenagers who have walked into a theater of toddlers and tried to enjoy a movie while feeling judged by their parents: this editorial is for you!
In Sofie’s first game review, she reviews the puzzle game adventures series Professor Layton, created for the Nintendo DS and 3DS, about a professor and his apprentice who go on adventures and solve puzzles as well as mysteries.
Cecil begins a spin-off called Good Bad Games where he highlights lesser known games, forgotten series, or games that are unfairly rated.
Watch and find out which characters from TV and theatrical shorts made the cut. Joey’s list includes some no-brainers, and some surprises!
What do you do when someone else does a thing that everyone loves? Thoughtlessly copy it, of course! That’s why Sony is planning to build an entire cinematic universe around Spider-Man villains Venom and the Sinister Six.