Ever felt like a video game is trying to stretch for that big emotional moment but can’t quite make it land? I’ve felt that too and I think it’s all about how the majority of the video game industry understands emotions.
In case you haven’t heard, there’s some exciting news floating around for all the Sly Cooper fans who have been faithfully awaiting the return of the beloved franchise!
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Jen Miller shares the joy she’s discovered in Megan Nicole Dong’s Centaurworld, a brilliantly hilarious original cartoon now streaming exclusively on Netflix.
Late night television in the U.S. is a spectacle with its own legends and traditions, and the host is the star of the show. Here are some late night hosts that have stood out from all the rest and some thoughts on what the future holds for the medium.
The TV show Friends is a pop culture icon and a show that reflected its time. Stef W reflects on her long-time love of the show, its groundbreaking moments, and how its humor lands differently in today’s world.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch just wrapped up its first season, and Stef W reflects on the viewing experience, characters, story, and a popular theory about Omega.
Loki aired its last episode, which means that I can put all my thoughts into an article, review it and ponder theories about it. Naturally, there will be spoilers from throughout the season. Without further ado, let’s get right into it!
The Loki series plants a seed for greater bisexual/pansexual visibility, and Stef W shares what that means to her after nearly three decades of misunderstandings.