Battleblock Theatre Is For Jerks
Brandon sucks at Battleblock Theatre and Erik is an ass (aka THE BEST PLAYER EVER)
Sometimes The Internet gets drunk and says something stupid and you want to complain... or let us know how we're doing.
Apologies on this Podcast being a day late, I know I solemnly promised to be there for you every Tuesday. However unlike the rest of of Nerdfit who fails to show because of bullshit – I was actually busy, mostly getting you the new season reviews available both as a large form post at my site, or as single-updates at IFuckenHate.Moe which is an actual site – that I own.
We’ve all heard the name “League of Legends”. We’ve listened to our friends bitch and moan about shitty support roles and champions, but what does ANY of it mean?
Oh, conventions… it was the genesis of the concept of Nerdfit, they have been (mostly) good to us over the many years we’ve provided content and hung out with all you awesome fans. It really flies by in comparison to reality, I assure you, and I believe the rush and excitement of events like these are what keeps us all going back to them. After all, we’re in a little world of our own, sharing our passions about being nerds to other nerds. What could possibly go wrong?
I’ve mentioned before about all too often animes can have maybe 15 episodes of content, but just need to make that 24 mark. Now I realize that yes there are schedules and they have to be adhered too, but considering how many times we get weird random ova’s for shows I’m going to just collectively say a giant fuck you to the notion that if you did only 16 episodes that the entire industry would crumble.
Kirito fails fairly hard as a main character because he appears to degenerate significant stages of character development immediately into SAO II. This is essentially a liver and kidney shot to the series all at once, crippling it in terribly wracking pain for the viewer. With the advent of adventure back into the real work, Kirito immediately discards all of the lessons and acquired character from his experiences in SAO and becomes a ginormous douchebag. We’ll explore that with fine examples in just a bit, what makes him so douchey exactly? Find out more in this installment of Anime Trash.. Read more
Destiny, Bungie’s first game since 2010’s Halo Reach, has received its share of both praise and criticism. A commonly repeated point among critics has been that the game’s story lacks depth.
Hey folks! Things have been a bit crazy, so instead of an article this week, I’m bringing you updates from Nerdfit! INCLUDING OHMYGOD WERE MAKING T-SHIRTS AND GOING TO CONVENTIONS
One thing I’ve lamented about in anime is it’s true lack of real pacing. Most often the case is the anime seems to have no pacing whatsoever and basically meanders about like Luffy from One Piece (Yeah I said it, how many episodes has it been, man needs to get shit done), or the anime is singular episodes of intense action, swiftly followed by a beach episode.