Of all the problems in reviewing, whether it's done as a hobby or full time job, some of the biggest ones keep coming back to a single point - the final scores of an article. Their very presence seems to be something certain writers seem to consider a stigmata and many undeniably negative aspects surround them. We've seen many criticisms of Metacritic hinge upon how they judge and value these scores, sometimes inadvertently harming the lives of game developers. We've seen audiences expectations rise to ridiculous levels, where a seven out of ten is apparently considered a middling score, and people will complain when a title is only given a nine.
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U.S.A's Tyr hosts this episode's runway disaster with Co-hosts Maluku from Germany, Darrius-Jonah from U.K, and Spookypony from Australia, also joining us, special guest writer and editor of Geekmom.com Corrina Lawson. In this episode we talk about Corrina's Phoenix Institute saga, Battle Royal is messed up, and you should totally read it, the plight of geeky mothers, Watchdogs DLC, and the Primetime fall lineup of shows, including Gotham, and Agents of Shield.
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Hello everyone, I am pleased to announce the first episode of my new podcast the Mass Collision Cast. The podcast where we take Geekdom from around the world and run it off the rails in horrific ways. This episodes host is Germany's Maluku with co-hosts Tyr (me of course) from the United States, Darrius-Jonah from the U.K, Rose from Poland and Derresh also from Poland. On this Episode a first look at the New Dungeons and Dragons players handbook, Wasteland 2, Valiant Comics bundle, the Captain America: Winter Soldier Blu-Ray release, and strange Iphone repair techniques. Also, as an added bonus, Tyr not paying attention to what his word mouth talk thingy is saying.
It can be found right here.
Greetings, folks. Sodapopcorn here, with another fantasy spinoff. Every so once in a while, there is a character in a television show or a movie that I wish the creators would put more emphasis on, and give them their own story. Joss Whedon is probably the most notorious for this, as he puts so much emphasis on his side characters, and possibly focusing a lot on back story for them. While I’m not going to knock the pure genius that is Joss Whedon, I must confess on the yearning desire to see some more story from said side characters. None more than the characters featured in the cult television series, 'Firefly'.