First World Problems
February 25th, 2013

Posted by Kathleen

This week’s LRR video explores what many would call “First World Problems.” Filtergram is a video about making new pictures look old and bad by applying filters. For some reason, a whole culture of photographers has embraced this technique for food, which usually serves to make the food look unappetizing in the picture.

Oh yes, tell me more about the quiche you bought for lunch from a food truck. I am riveted!

This week’s Unskippable is so large and… unskippable… Graham and Paul have expanded it to a two parter! Tales of Graces f (part one) gives us a classic JRPG story: boy meets girl, girl is mentally deficient somehow, boy doesn’t care, boy runs into other girl, hijinks ensue, etc, etc.

Don’t mind me, just sleeping in a meadow like a hobo. A cute anime hobo. 

Finally this week’s CheckPoint breaks down the PS4 reveal into bite-sized bits of snark.

At this point, is Arnold Palmer more famous for the golf thing, or the iced tea and lemonade thing? 



  1. Not to be a downer.. But all Tales of Graces f cutscenes *can* be skipped, Kathleen ;) Kinda makes it.. Actually skippable,

    Comment by Matt — March 5, 2013 @ 11:14 pm

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