From the early days of Transformers and Voltron I've always had a bit of a soft spot for robots of the giant variety. When I got wind that Titanfall was going to be at this year's PAX, I made the…
Abbie Heppe from Respawn Entertainment joins us to talk about Titanfall and the game’s big reveal at E3. Did you know that Abbie is tied to the origins of Nerd Appropriate? Hear the story and many other great tales in our interview. Lazer-pony!
Katrina Hill’s “The Most Dangerous Women at Comic-Con” panel was sort of like one of those awesome Marvel Team Up comics you probably read when you were a wee kid. If for some reason you were deprived of said comic, Marvel Team Up would take a few heroes from different books and send them on a mission they could only accomplish by working together. While no crime fighting actually occurred during the panel, it did manage to showcase some of the most creative, fun, and entertaining women in their respective industries.
Have you ever dated someone that treated you like total crap yet you stayed with them anyway because of a few redeeming qualities? The aforementioned scenario is similar to my relationship with the first person shooter genre, a love/hate relationship if you will.
Quake-Con sounds like the massive sleeper/LAN party that you always wanted to have growing up. With endless supplies of caffine, laughter, and tea-bagging, who wouldn’t want to spend their weekend at Quake-Con?
A reboot can be done for a wide variety of reasons, but I would venture to say that they primarily occur when the storyline of a series becomes too muddled or convoluted to attract a new audience.
Conventions have a lot to offer, blisters, PAX pox, XXL T-shirts, and… inspiration? While the other aforementioned items are common at conventions, “The Other Us” panel at PAX East was one of the most moving and inspirational panels I’ve ever had the pleasure of seeing… Maybe the Earth isn’t doomed after all?