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Let’s Weekend #130 – This Is Where We Are

Let’s Weekend #130 – This Is Where We Are

On this episode of Let’s Weekend: We’re disgusted by the administration’s treatment of children. Burger King Russia runs an ill-advised World Cup campaign. Canada legalized weed nationwide. Plus, Jean-Luc Picard may be coming back in a new Star Trek series. That and more, next!

“Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn” Review

“Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn” Review

During the early 90’s, Delphine Software and Electronic Arts released a little fighting game onto the Sega Genesis and SNES that would gain a most infamous reputation. Shaq Fu, as the name would imply, features Shaquille O’Neal battling his way through an alternate dimension in order to save a young boy from an evil mummy. […]

Day 0 Update #188 – E3 Wrap-Up

Day 0 Update #188 – E3 Wrap-Up

On this episode of the Day 0 Update: Sony wants to ignore community concerns over Fortnite. Sky Skipper gets a release on the Nintendo Switch. Plus we wrap-up E3 with the games we saw that we cared about.

Let’s Weekend #129 – Aggro Peacocks

Let’s Weekend #129 – Aggro Peacocks

On this episode of Let’s Weekend: An Idaho teacher has a warped idea of what the circle of life is. Trump gets his history wrong. Plus, peacocks in BC are attacking shiny cars. That and much more, up next!

E3 2018 Preview: Microsoft

E3 2018 Preview: Microsoft

We take a look at what to expect from Microsoft’s E3 2018 Press Conference as they try to get back on track with their first-party lineup that disappeared since last E3.

“BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle” Review

“BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle” Review

This year may be the year of the anime fighter. With Dragon Ball FighterZ being wildly successful, it has opened the door for other series to get a bit more exposure. BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle (referred to henceforth as BBTAG) is another fighter from Arc System Works that takes a slightly different approach to the […]

“Detroit: Become Human” Review

“Detroit: Become Human” Review

Despite what pundits think about David Cage and his directorial style when it comes to video games, his projects with Quantic Dream never seem to fail at providing a polarizing reaction.  This time it’s with Detroit: Become Human, a sci-fi look at slavery.

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