Sometimes it may sound like a trick question and other times the villain just has terrible foresight.
The news is weird and Morgan does impressions.
Because releasing actual mecha into the world couldn't possibly go wrong.
CheckPoint takes on the new Xbox One, aka, the Xbone
Don't even think about changing the channel. We'll find you, and laugh at you.
Spending time with family is overrated - watch the MEN network instead!
To save the universe, Paul must first conquer his inner demons.
When you need a job done very, very thoroughly.
Kane and Crowthorne will solve any of your tactical depopulation problems.
Even the world's most badass soldiers of fortune have occasional money trouble.
Somewhere, there are people qualified to tell good ol' Graham Stark what Christmas is all about. These may[…]
Sometimes security isn't really all that secure.
Also starring the Red Skull's lesser known cousin, Skull Face!
We can't all be winners. But some of us can sell meth!
Graham and Paul travel to the not so distant future to give us a good look at the Russian subway system.
Graham and Paul go further down the rabbit hole that is the Moscow metro.
If Samus must talk, at least give her something worth saying.
Samus continues monologuing her way through a space adventure.
Mexico: Sandy beaches, nice weather, acceptance of sex scandals.
Who knows what kind of innovative battles we have missed out on because of their narrow definition of a[…]
If we lose online anonymity, untold hate speech may be lost.
They're not that impressive, really. We've seen smaller.
DOA5 flip-flops on its bounce-bounce. Again.
This week, a special edition of GearGasm, and the Nintendo 3DS stomps on minorities.
You think news can't get stranger. Then it does.
A cinematic that really makes a year of grinding look more appealing. But not by much.
Please watch our news. We need your ratings to live!
Paul delves deeper into Kinect's space needs and Graham goes off about Minecraft.
Truly the best option, in the face of any adversity.
Please consult a medical professional right away.
New Years Resolution: Find out what happened on New Years.
Choose your destiny. Protip: Make it not be this game.
Be careful when you enter into a lease with someone you met online, you don't want to be stuck with some[…]
Graham, Jer, James and Alex travel to Seattle for the Magic: The Gathering Online Community Cup.
Graham and the CC team fight Team Wizards in a Scars Block MTGO draft.
The MTGO CC Team takes a tour of Seattle on the city's famous amphibious vehicles, The Ducks.
Graham and the MTGO CC team take on a fresh batch of WotC employee at the new format, Modern.
The Community Team may hold a strong lead going into the final day, but Wizards could still take it. If[…]
The Feed Dump Rises.
The juxtaposition of two news stories may have created the most awesome band name ever.
You can't beat our meat! But you can try.
The newest instalment in the Murdercide saga will shake you to your damp core.
Mustaches and crime-fetti litter the ground in this week's Feed Dump.
Sometimes a mustache is not cool.
We ring in the New Year with a full 50% additional co-host than the leading Feed Dump.
I think NBA 2K14s innovative "not playing basketball at all mode" is finally going to get me to give the[…]
Spies, double-agents, space carriers: an average day for EVE Online.
So we went to this film festival... and we had a couple cameras... so... yeah.
Remember last year? When we went to this festival? Yeah... it happened again.
Project Natal's Milo gets a little too real.
Realistically, I doubt your national anthem would fair any better.
This week's Feed Dump goes to a dark place. It's also quite festive, but it's still dark.
Things get out of hand when two nitpickers debate the finer points of Star Wars politics.
Death. Not even once.
Starring Ron Perlman as... well, pretty much everything over 6 feet tall.
In a snow-ridden city, a blonde guy unleashes a book monster.
Everyone's allowed to be groggy, but ideally not while you're flying.
If "gaiden" means "side-story", what the hell is the main story?!
Featuring unsolicited product advice from comedians?.
Whether it's Mario's anniversary, or their own losses, Nintendo seem out of touch with reality.