The sci-fi psuedo-MMORPG shooter, Destiny, has the world scratching its collective head and has the nerds thinking that, for better or worse, this isn’t the game we thought we were buying into. Have a listen and find out what we mean.
In this episode, we’re chatting it up about a movie that we loved (The Guardians of the Galaxy) and one that we didn’t love (Luc Besson’s Lucy starring Scarlet Johansson). Ooga-chaka, ooga-ooga!
Ah, San Diego Comic-Con. The cosplayers, the toys, the exclusive early peeks at your favorite nerd movies, books, and TV shows… oh, and the lines, lines, and lines for lines.
This week, the nerds choo-choo-choose to chat about the latest film from Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho, Snowpiercer. Limited in release and highly anticipated, Snowpiercer is simultaneously one of this summer’s lesser known sci-fi gems and one of the most hyped movies of the season. It’s weird like that, so it’s no surprise that the guys are split on…
Like most graphic novel or book inspired films, Snowpiercer departs quite a bit from the graphic novel source material. While many themes are consistent, the two stories vary in the characters and their motivations. Both the film and the novel follow a man’s visceral journey traveling from the tail end of a train to the front.…
Clay, Brian, and Antuan, ahem, go bananas over Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, a surprisingly well told, character-driven tale of revolution, peace, war, and chimpanzees riding horses while firing automatic weapons.
The double entendres fly this week as the boys sit down to chat about fart jokes, RPGs, and South Park: the Stick of Truth. After a few laughs, they dig into complex themes of Valiant Hearts: The Great War and the joys of mindless button-mashing in Guacamelee: Super Turbo Championship Edition. Intro for this week’s episode comes from RoccoW via…
Valiant Hearts is a brilliant side-scrolling puzzle game set in World War I. Players take control of soldiers, a medic and even a rescue dog to help fight for their countries.
Okay… hate is probably too strong a term, because it’s more like he’s a bit jaded. Join Clayton, Brian, and Antuan as they sift through the past and future of this beloved franchise and discuss what shows and movies they’ve been recently watching.
Hang out with Brian and Antuan while they talk about the surprisingly good sci-fi flick Edge of Tomorrow and compare the similarities and differences between TV shows Orphan Black and Dollhouse.
We question the nature of open world gaming, ask how much in-game distraction is too much, and in the middle of talking about how Watch_Dogs tackles themes of online privacy, one of us learns a valuable lesson about oversharing on Xbox Live.