The GNN Podcast is back with episode 6 of the Weekly Wrap Up! Stitch, Tia, and Chris come back after a holiday break to bring you the latest and greatest in movie news. They discuss the recent changes affecting YouTube, as well as recent tech blunders both in space and
Zombie gaming has become so popular that it essentially comprises its own category as a subset of action, adventure, and horror. Gamers love the idea of gunning down waves of the undead, and in some cases playful spins on zombie takeovers make for fun, lighthearted games as well. And the
Luna's Wandering Stars is an action puzzle game about gathering asteroids with the satellite under your control. The gameplay changes from world to world, sometimes playing like Angry Birds in space, other times like Lunar Lander or a two dimensional take on Portal. One core mechanic stays the same throughout,
Comedy is arguably one of the most difficult genres to write for, no matter what medium it's being created for. You've likely heard it thousands of times, that "comedy is subjective". Essentially what one person finds funny, another finds repulsive. Something you thought was hysterical when you were twelve, is
Matt and Chris talk about the Family Guy/Simpsons cross-over episode, the Magic: The Gathering card game movie, why Michael Bay is actually a good director, boycotting Urban Outfitters, and "fuck meat".
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Ding dong the 2K is gone.
With 2K Sports not renewing their MLB license for 2014, it leaves this year's iteration of The Show franchise as the lone (and Sony exclusive) Major League Baseball sim. Sorry Xbox fans. Not that this is a bad thing either; as the MLB2K games were
The 3 Drunk Geeks are back with their first nerd news podcast of 2014! Be sure and stay up to date with the nerd news you need to know by listening to The 12 PACK!
In this 12-Pack:
Brooding abs leaving True Blood, Reverse Flash may be joining the CW Flash series,
Wildlife has inspired many artists, from Van Gogh and his painting of Starry Night, to The Birth of Adam in the Sistine Chapel. We continue to see this inspiration from nature in the game Shelter, by developers Might and Delight. In this game you play as a mother badger fighting
Below are the winners of the 2nd Annual Geek News Network Gaming Awards! We had a lot of fun picking out winners, which you can hear for yourself in today's new episode of Constantly Calibrating. For a refresher on our nominees, click here; otherwise if you would rather see a
Chris and Matt dig deep into the upcoming Star Wars film, the past blunders of the older films and some of the improvements that can be made. They also discuss hot fantasy females, the death of Nintendo and the latest Star Trek films.
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