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British Invaders Episode 252: Moondial (Part 1)

The team from British Invaders discusses this BBC Children's Drama from the 80s in their latest episode!

Game Buoy 127: Civilization Turns 25

Join Captain Spike and First Mate Slagkick as they reflect on 25 years of just one... more... turn... !
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We've seen a lot of complaints about recently released video games and anime, and we'd just like to say that while we understand the complaints, they aren't completely justified. While we aren't in the school of "If you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all," we do think that some of the haters out there could be a little more benevolent in their opinions. With that said, we give our own two cents and a couple of things that have gotten such complaints lately -- the game Mass Effect Andromeda and the upcoming live-action version of Death Note. […] The post ESH Cast #529: For everything they got wrong, they got a lot right appeared first on ESH - ElectricSistaHood.

Podcast by ElectricSistaHood - 3/27/2017 11:08 AM Comments (0)

Mass Effect: Andromeda released this week, so how did the hosts feel about this release they had been highly anticipating? From the metacritic scores to the controversies on social media, our hosts jump into a long discussion on various elements of the game that were done well, and what could have been done better. We aren't alone as we are joined as always by our LIVE chatters at VOGNetwork.com. All this and the weeks news in gaming too on an all new episode of OLR!

Podcast by Orange Lounge Radio - 3/27/2017 2:06 AM Comments (1)


The Critical Myth Crew discuss the possibility of a Buffy reboot, how the DCU is planning to handle its upcoming solo movies, Star Trek Discovery news, and much more! Recorded 11 Mar 2017.
 
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Podcast by Critical Myth - 3/26/2017 3:43 PM Comments (0)

Chimera was a 1991 ITV serial from writer Stephen Gallagher. What happens when human genetic material is blended with something from another animal? Please send us your comments, questions, requests and complaints. You can reach us at britishinvaders@gmail.com, and you can find us on the British Invaders Facebook Group. British Invaders is an audio podcast that discusses television shows. We do not distribute the shows themselves.

Podcast by British Invaders - 3/26/2017 1:00 AM Comments (0)

The Doctor Who Pinball Arcade tables (both the original 90's table and an original Master of Time table) have been finally released on Xbox One and PS4 after having been on Steam since last year. I finally tried 2015's Human Resource Machine, and as a software developer, I really liked it. Nintendo is doubling production of the Switch due to large demand. Then we take calls about Werewolves Within, 3D BluRays on PSVR, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

Podcast by The Bobby Blackwolf Show - 3/24/2017 6:39 PM Comments (0)

We’re back! Sort of… After our hiatus Sil and Robbie have decided to give it a shot at getting the podcast up and running once again.This ...

Podcast by The Geek Card - 3/24/2017 11:00 AM Comments (0)

On tonight's show, we discover that a cosplayer was fined for doing something stupid, Rumiko Takahashi's total manga print, the return of Eureka Seven, and Cute High Earth Defense Club Love! get a new OVA! Latest Pokémon has a tie-in with Pokémon Sun and Moon, word travels about the Sailor Moon musicals, and an anime short ties Animal Crossing with capsule "gambling". And in Strange News From Japan, mixing karaoke with interviews, National Sleep Day and a cafe, and a train groper escapes onto the tracks?

Podcast by Anime Jam Session - 3/23/2017 11:43 PM Comments (0)

Kara no Shojo was a great adult horror detective story that also had a prequel with Catagra. The last story ended with the disappearance of Toko, who became important to Reiji. While this game is technically a sequel, it has a story that's largely disconnected from resolving that plotline. It might possibly be due to the fact that answering that question wouldn't take long, and the writers needed a large enough story to draw readers in. Which is why the the story’s focus is on how awful traditions can turn people who devote themselves into monsters, and enchain those who are caught in the middle. Thankfully the story is still good enough on it's own to justify it's existence. Even if there are pacing issues.

Review by Eric Kelly - 2/5/2017 5:38 PM Comments (0)

For the first time since probably Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, there exists the very real possibility that a Star Wars-related film would end with the bad guys slaughtering the good guys. No one would survive this. And that fact adds a sense of urgency to the proceedings that wasn't really present in the original trilogy films.

Review by Henry Tran - 12/20/2016 9:01 AM Comments (0)

Hello fellow readers and video game music aficionados alike! It’s time for another I Love That Concert article! This time we will be talking about Gamacon Symphony, a local video game concert, and Capcom LIVE, produced by Shota Nakama and Tommy Tallarico, of Video Games LIVE. While Gamacon has been an on-going convention and concert for years now, November 5th marked the first ever Capcom LIVE concert in Latin America, ever! So, did it live up to the hype? We will see in today’s article.

I Love That Song! by Mike Ibarra - 11/18/2016 9:05 AM Comments (0)