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4 things missing from the season 6 premiere of Game of Thrones

Geek & Sundry Posted on Apr 25, 2016 in Geek & Sundry

The first episode of Game of Thrones’ season 6 gave us some much-anticipated Westerosi goodness. Highlights of “The Red Woman” include: – Brienne rides in to rescue Sansa. – Melisandre reveals her true self. – Ramsey Bolton, after mourning his dead ex-girlfriend, tells his servant, “It’s perfectly good meat. Feed her to the dogs.” But […]

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Hold On To Your Meeples: It’s the Games of TableTop Season 4!

Geek & Sundry Posted on Apr 22, 2016 in Geek & Sundry

THE WAIT IS OVER! You’ve been teased long enough. You are out of patience. We are out of shelf space. We had over 400 game submissions this year and it’s time to put the games on the table, call up all of our friends, and start the season off right. Ready yourselves and take a […]

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People Get Weirdly Aroused When They Touch Robots

Geek & Sundry Posted on Apr 22, 2016 in Geek & Sundry

A Stanford University-based study has proved something we already know: “Physiological arousal was related to body accessibility.” In other words, the less accessible the part of the body—like the genitals and buttocks that we keep clothed in public—the more sexually arousing it is to us. But what we didn’t know is that the study can […]

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Geek & Sundry’s guide to the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift

Geek & Sundry Posted on Apr 22, 2016 in Geek & Sundry

The HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift are two competing virtual reality headsets that are only just becoming available, giving the geekosphere the same tech fight we saw with the Xbox and the Playstation—or even VHS and Betamax. Although both headsets allow the wearer to better feel as if they’re part of the game they’re playing, […]

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NASA wants kids to help create a Star Trek replicator for astronauts

Blastr Posted on Apr 21, 2016 in Blastr

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Students are tasked with helping the replicator become reality. 

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Creator of BioShock to Helm The Twilight Zone Interactive Movie

Geek & Sundry Posted on Apr 21, 2016 in Geek & Sundry

Creator of BioShock to Helm The Twilight Zone Interactive Movie

Submitted for your approval: Classic anthology TV series The Twilight Zone is about to become a feature film written and directed by Ken Levine, the creator of the BioShock series of videogames. It’s a match made in a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas, and it’s a perfect, almost uncanny, combination. Rod Serling’s The […]

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Marvel’s Under-The-Radar Heroes Cloak and Dagger to Get their Own TV Series

Geek & Sundry Posted on Apr 19, 2016 in Geek & Sundry

TV shows based on comic books have been superheating the airwaves into plasma for a few years now. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. Arrow. Agent Carter. And those are just the shows that begin with A. Now there’s a new comic book-based TV show on the horizon, and it could be pure awesome. It’s Marvel’s Cloak and […]

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Uh-Oh: Science Says MMO and FPS Games Attract More Addictive Players

Geek & Sundry Posted on Apr 18, 2016 in Geek & Sundry

Do you like FPSs like Call of Duty or MMOs like World of Warcraft? If so, you’d better check yourself before you wreck yourself. It turns out that MMOs and FPSs “are more appealing to people who show signs of addiction,” says Dr. Jeroen Lemmens, Assistant Professor Entertainment Communication at the University of Amsterdam. According to […]

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This Guy Used Legos To Tell His Adorably Romantic Story

Geek & Sundry Posted on Apr 15, 2016 in Geek & Sundry

How do you show your love for your bae, your boo, your special someone? If you’re a writer, you might write a poem. If you’re painter, you might paint a picture. And if you’re an animator, you might create something like this short but incredibly sweet LEGO video. Kevin Ulrich, professional animator by day, helpless […]

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Neil Gaiman is adapting Good Omens for TV, thanks to posthumous Terry Pratchett letter

Blastr Posted on Apr 15, 2016 in Blastr

Pratchett and Gaiman novel Good Omens to get a six-part television adaptation.

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