Zach Carpenter takes a look at 80s cop drama inspired Beat Cop - a game about crimes, murder and not taking itself too seriously.
Bubba, Matt, and Kate are out this week so we treat you, to an unreleased episode with Justin Bowers, a dark tale of Horpens, and bread slime.
Dr. Karen Schrier talks about ability to tell gripping stories and effectively communicate ideas in a different medium and playing games before it was cool.
In the countdown toward Avengers: Endgame, we look at the tumultuous history of Iron Man and the power and hubris of his self-reliance.
In exploring the How to Train Your Dragon trilogy, Joey Thurmond is reminded of his grandfather and the legacy he left behind: with love comes sacrifice
Joey takes a look at how nostalgia can add to our lives and benefit the films, games, and shows we love—and how it can likewise be a hindrance.
The 90’s were a seriously tubular time in history when games shaped the way we interact with the media came were made and we talk about that this week.
A few weeks ago, this tweet showed up in my feed and I—being the obsessive fanatic that I am—wanted to dissect the film from this point of view. What kind of women are the women of Jurassic Park, dinosaur and human?