So I recently bought myself an Xbox One X. Let me explain to you how amazing it is, honestly.
I know the console doesn’t have many (or really any) exclusives, and the Xbox One has handedly lost (at least per s […]
Dead Cells is a little video game for the Switch that is gathering a lot of positive attention. It’s a pixelated metroid-vanaia type game. While I don’t have a Switch and can’t play it, the reviews tell me it’s […]
Don’t call it a comeback.
We’ve been here, kids.
So, in case you haven’t heard, Invader Zim is getting a movie. Nickelodeon is bringing back Double Dare. If you don’t know what that is, I can’t help you. Cras […]
Everything is political.
It’s hard to walk around these days, and not see a Trump sticker or a #Resist sign. In that respect, I can actually understand the people saying “keep your politics out of […]
So, people that know me know I’m a woman of simple pleasures: give me a good story-based RPG or a romance anime and I’ll be the cosiest bug in a rug you’ve ever seen. Well, Yuri!!! on Ice pushed so many of my bu […]
Something horrible happened. A young girl, who had her whole life ahead of her, passed away after an auto accident. This girl was beautiful, faithful, and loved. She just happened to be Markiplier’s niece. If y […]
Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku is a strange anime that I happen to have fallen for. It has this special brand of humor that is completely unique to anime fans and con goers. This is the story about two childhood […]
Over the weekend, I had the choice of watching Solo or Deadpool 2. I picked Deadpool 2, and according to the box office numbers, I wasn’t the only one.
It was an interesting movie. I think the allure of Wade W […]
((Slight Spoilers Incoming))
So, last Friday, a few select media outlets like IGN and “influencers” like TheGamersJoint from YouTube got invited by Square-Enix to play a hands-on demo Kingdom Hearts 3. For the […]
NieR:Automata is certainly different. I picked it up over the weekend when it was on sale on Steam. To me, it feels like a really dark anime with a relaxed tone. Yes, it’s brown. It’s also got cute androids in got […]
Stephanie Lott wrote a new post, Kakuriyo no Yadomeshi: Twilight, Only With Anime Now, on the site Nurdmedia 3 months, 4 weeks ago
So, I’m going to preface this by saying I haven’t touched any of the light novels or manga of this series. I know nothing apart from the three episodes of the anime I have seen. However, that doesn’t really chang […]
Persona 5, the video game, was and is my first real dive into the Persona series – or anything from the Shin Megami Tensei series in general, if I’m honest. With bias, the game is faultless. Spotless. A rare s […]
Usually, when I write these articles, I try to think back to something I did last week or the past weekend; something nerdy I feel like touching on or talking about. That also gives the article some sort of […]
Growing up in “nerd” culture as I did, I was absorbed in video games, the Lord of the Rings, and the like. Not so much 80s culture, however. Not as much as Ready Player One, the book, would have liked.
But I rea […]
The first Ni No Kuni was a wonderful little game. If asked, I’d say it was a role-playing game that borrowed elements from the greats, the likes of Final Fantasy and Pokemon. Actually, it’s the Pokemon element tha […]
Kami-Con was last weekend, and I’m gonna talk about it! Also note that it’s Wednesday, and I still don’t have my voice back.
So, Kami-Con was founded back in 2009. It began as a small convention in Tusca […]
Did you grow up in the 90s?
Did you play Spyro the Dragon or Banjo-Kazooie?
How about Super Mario 64?
Well, did ya?
So did I!
And, ya know what?
I really, really miss those days.
I’ve already seen The Last Jedi, and I wanted to see something with friends on Christmas Eve. The movie I ended up seeing was one of the strangest and most awkward movies I’ve ever watched: Downsizing.
Should the […]
Stephanie Lott wrote a new post, Okami HD: A Beautiful Game, Made Even More Beautiful, on the site Nurdmedia 8 months ago
Okami, a product of Bayonetta’s director, Hideki Kamiya, is a wonderful love letter to all things Japanese. As an outsider looking in, I’ve always been attracted to the art style and history of Japan. That’s why I […]
With the release of what I’m going to call Five Nights at Freddy’s 6, I wanted to talk about why the series as a whole still matters to me.
Five Nights at Freddy’s started a domino effect in my life. First, I was […]
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