Bloggers beware! Watch out for BTA when you suddenly find yourself…oh god…popular….
Tumblrs and Chrome Users rejoice! free dashboard chat feature is back online!
Short attention spans require simple blogs, like this one which is counting down to November 23rd–the date of the “Doctor Who” 50th Anniversary.
As a young lad I used to hang out at my grandmother’s very large, very creepy house and play video games with my older, cooler cousins. Mortal Kombat, Suikoden, and Doom. Back then I would sit around starry-eyed and listen as they talked about the “next-gen” of video-games. I would ask stupid questions like, “Can I throw my sword into the ceiling, climb up on it, wait for an enemy to come around the corner and then drop on them?”. They would chuckle and say something along the lines of, “No, not yet.”
A constructively critical look at critical critics…Wait, what?
Matt Smith to exit Doctor Who role this Christmas.
I really wish I still had a PS3 just to play The Last of Us. This trailer is a couple of weeks old now, which makes it a fossil in internet time, but it still deserves a look from those of you who haven’t seen it. I really like the concepts that Naughty Dog is putting into this series. Having beaten the entire Jak and Daxter series and the first two Uncharted games it’s easy to trust them with smart, fun, and engaging games.
Ever avoid a show because your scared of being sucked in to the scary pit that is the fandom?
I pop the disc in and a large update is immediately required. I have heard that this update touched up the graphics a bit, fixed a slew of bugs, and made the AI more aggressive. I begin playing on Ultimate Badass difficulty. My first impression is that the graphics are akin to a first generation title (meaning it looks like it’s about 6 years old), but that they aren’t terrible. The first chunk of the game is actually very compelling, giving a good atmosphere that caught me with a couple of well-timed jump scares.
Traditionally a defender of the geek, I take exception to reverse nerd judgement.
Jen’s been exploring Soulpancake for years now and thinks you should, too. You know, if you so choose.
Joyce screamed as the monster-dog sank its teeth into Ted’s throat and began shaking him back and forth, as if he were nothing but a toy. Ted’s eyes widened with fear and pain,but although his mouth gaped wide, no sound emerged. An instant later Joyce understood why, as thick blood geysered upward. It ran down the sides of Ted’s mouth and turned his white hair crimson before soaking into the ground beneath.
My name is Ashly and I have shipped non-canon pairings.
I am here to prove to you that I have survived. And that, somehow, you will as well.
Like Oz’s balloon this movie has lofty goals, but crash lands far short of reaching them.
When human kiddos play dress up as adults, they try on mom’s high heels and dad’s suit and tie. What does a Pokémon do when they want to see what they’ll look like all grown up? Check it out in our newest artist spotlight.
Too happy with your life? This week I teach you how to become properly obsessed over something and absolutely ruin your life.
Internet providers started rolling out their “six strikes” policy for customers, aiming to curb piracy over peer-to-peer traffic. Some details on what that means for you.
In the spirit of Safer Internet Day, some internet safety tips from your favorite tech guy
Tired of hearing about how black people always die first in horror movies? Well here are a few African Americans who survived.
Pendleton Ward is a goddamn genius.
He has brought us Adventure Time, a cartoon that has explored all sorts of mature themes, while keeping things mathematical. Popular among all age groups, Adventure Time has taken the country by storm in the past two years and I will preemptively call it now: Ward has done it again with his new series, The Bravest Warriors.
The well known hacking group Anonymous has hacked the ussc.gov website that handles federal sentencing guidelines and is letting all hell loose. Threatening to release secret government information a response is eagerly awaited.
Glee has (allegedly) ripped off Geek-Rocker Jonathan Coulton’s cover of “Baby Got Back”. It’s not bueno.
Warner Brothers just registered a bunch of domain names focusing on the name “Arkham.” What do they have in store for us?
So I’m about to head out-of-town for the weekend, so I don’t have a whole lot prepared for you people. But having recently watched The Hobbit, I’ve been reinvigorated by […]
Now, as many of you know, 2012 has been a mixed year for the Fake Geek Girl agenda. We have reached new highs but with some significant losses. All in all, the State of the Fake Geek Girl is LULZ, TOTES A NERD (ARE ANY BOYS WATCHING, DO THEY LOOK IMPRESSED?).