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The Geeky Weekly: November 8 – November 15

by Laura Cerroneon November 15, 2015
Just imagine a week from now when you will be waking up on Sunday morning, and hung over from your previous nights binge watch of Marvel’s Jessica Jones. You’ll have also logged plenty more hours in your Fallout 4 game. So, on to your weekly, geeky news.   ∴ Xbox One announced its backward compatible […]
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The Geeky Weekly: October 25 – November 1

by Laura Cerroneon November 1, 2015
Here at the Geeky Weekly we hope you had a wonderful and spooky Halloween, or, as we like to refer to it as another reason to cosplay. Good thing a cosplayer doesn’t have to wait 365 days to dress up again. Without further ado, The Geeky Weekly:   ∴ David Tennant and Catherine Tate, yes, […]

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Super Mario Maker Review

by EVAon October 13, 2015
Super Mario Maker is another opportunity for Nintendo to delve into the nostalgic archives and shifts Mario into the new world of level creation. It’s a savvy move that capitalise on the popularity born from Kaizo Mario, a Super Mario World hack filled with intensely difficult levels that the Let’s Play community delved into in droves. […]
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The Geeky Weekly: September 13 – September 20

by Laura Cerroneon September 20, 2015
Where does the time ago? It felt like just a few days ago we were lamenting the season finales of some of our favorite television shows. And now we are gearing up for the next round of complex storylines, heartbreaking characters, and sometimes, frustration over a plot that just doesn’t work.   ∴ Nintendo suffered […]

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The Geeky Weekly: August 30 – September 6

by Laura Cerroneon September 6, 2015
It has been a whirlwind week for the GCE as our crew attended FanExpo Canada. The GCE was on hand with goodies like Sailor Moon bows, Harry Potter bags, beta access codes to games, and oh yeah- pass upgrades for those following instructions sent out by the team on the GCE’s Twitter. So a friendly […]
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The Geeky Weekly: August 23 – August 30

by Laura Cerroneon August 30, 2015
Good-bye August, it’s like we hardly knew you. I hope you all had sun-filled summers and didn’t spend too much time in your caves knocking off baddies in your preferred first-person shooter. School’s are starting up and it’s time to put the pool toys away. This week features a ton of video game news, perhaps […]

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Throwback Thursday: Super Mario RPG

by Tim Finchon August 7, 2015
Very few games influenced my childhood as much as Super Mario RPG. At the time, the game drew me in because it had Mario & Co. in it and it was made in collaboration with Squaresoft, who at the time had yet to release Final Fantasy VII, the game that would put them back on […]
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Satoru Iwata: Remembering a Legend

by Tim Finchon July 13, 2015
The news of Satoru Iwata’s passing on Sunday left the video game world mourning the loss of a legend. Many people have already taken to (social) media to express their grief and pay homage to a man whose influence on the industry was gargantuan. Personally, my childhood wouldn’t have been the same without Iwata’s genius […]

Throwback Thursday: Link’s Awakening

by EVAon July 2, 2015
Link’s Awakening was my first videogame. I was four years old, and at a wedding in Iowa. Let me deviate and show the order of things that can bore a four year old, in descending terribleness: Iowa Weddings Michael Moore Films This was a Code 9. I was bored as hell. Luckily, my cousin, bless […]

The Geeky Weekly: June 21 – June 28

by Laura Cerroneon June 28, 2015
This week had been a bit quieter then previous weeks, or perhaps it was overshadowed by the bigger world news stories. Either way, there is still plenty of news to drum up.   ∴ As Kelly Sue DeConnick ends her Ms. Marvel run, Marvel has tapped Agent Carter writers Tara Butters and Michelle Fazekas to […]