We're going back to our roots with a shorter episode touching upon various games, comics, books, films, and TV series!
Join Chris and Neville as they discuss the Little Nightmares series of horror puzzle-platformer games from the independent developer Tarsier Studios, getting back into Alan Moore's and Dave Gibbons iconic graphic novel Watchmen, and inevitably, the Zack Snyder cut of Justice League which released in March to much fan-fare (pun intended!).
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It's finally here - the planets have aligned and our favourite Metal Gear Solid series expert joins Chris and Neville to discuss this most iconic series of games that changed us - and the games industry - forever.
Welcome to the first special episode of Pop Culture Rush: an in-depth look at the Legacy of Kain games, a cult series of 5 videogames released between 1996 and 2004. These games were revolutionary at the time for their intricate plotting, brilliant writing, and excellent storytelling as well as excellent voice-acting. While the first few games were commercially successful, unfortunately eventually the series was left behind as the videogame industry continued to evolve. Legacy of Kain remains a very important gaming milestone on both a personal and global level, and has affected thousands of fans worldwide, who still revere this story and the journey these games took us on. In this episode we dive deep into the mythos of the series and hear from some fans from the still-active Legacy of Kain online community.
This month we're going back to our usual format, just two guys talking about stuff they're watching, reading and playing.
This episode we're focusing on movies and videogames.
At 01:00 we Chris discusses why anyone (not just anime buffs or series fans) should watch Dragonball Super: Broly, the latest movie from the franchise.
From 06:10, Neville then waxes lyrical about 2016's sci-fi movie "Arrival" and what makes it such an important science-fiction movie.
Starting at 11:00 we discuss the love-hate relationship Christian has developed with the roguelike "Lovecraft's Untold Tales" (which is really hard to beat but satisfying to play).
Then, at 16:09, Neville once again sings the praises of a blockbuster piece of media, this time being Rockstar Games' 2018 Western magnum opus, Red Dead Redemption 2, somehow managing to get through the episode without trying a cowboy accent.
Finally, at 21:20 we wrap up with a discussion of what we're looking forward to watching and reading next! (Neville: The Umbrella Academy & The Boys Season 2, Dark Season 3 - Chris: The Monsters Know what they're doing: combat tactics for dungeon masters).
For our third episode, we have a guest joining us. Kyra is an avid cosplayer and fellow geek we met through Malta Comic-Con. She would like to tell you to watch Colony on Netflix as well as read Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter. When he's not hosting, Christian explains why you should watch Westworld on HBO and read the Madaddam Trilogy by Margaret Atwood. And Neville goes full-on Nostalgia with Avatar: The Last Airbender and reading The Rise of Kyoshi. We finally wrap up with what we're looking forward to reading, watching or playing in June!
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Welcome to our second episode of Pop Culture Rush! In these uncertain times, we all need something to distract us from reality. Here are our suggestions for the month of May 2020
What better way to forget reality than by hiking through a horrifying apocalypse in Death Stranding or fighting unholy hordes in Blasphemous? And if you're not into games, we also dive deep into the murky world of the Fargo TV series on FX and the slightly more hopeful Tales from the Loop on Amazon Prime Video.
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Neville and Chris get together to introduce the show and jump straight into talking about some book, film and TV suggestions!
In this episode, we cover why you should try Better Call Saul, Jodorowsky's Dune, Apocalyptigirl, and His Dark Materials.