The funny David So graces us with his presence as we talk about his new show, The Comment Show, and his YouTube projects. Interview with the Star Trek Into Darkness twins, Katie & Kellie
We chat with the lovely twins from Star Trek Into Darkness, Katie and Kellie Cockrell. Cosplay Spotlight: Interview with Alexa Karii
Interview with Brian Tee on ‘The Wolverine’ and his role as Noburo Mori
We chat with Brian Tee about The Wolverine and his role as Noburo Mori. Interview with Avery & Pete: Superseeds’ director Kholi Hicks & producer Teresa Decher
We interview the masterminds behind Avery & Pete: Superseeds, Kholi Hicks and Teresa Decher. Exclusive: Brian Tee talks Mortal Kombat: Legacy Season 2
Check out our interview with Brian Tee as we talk about his role as Liu Kang in Mortal Kombat Legacy Season 2. Interview with Toy Hunter’s Jordan Hembrough on Season 2
Check out our interview with Jordan Hembrough, the host of Travel Channel's Toy Hunter. CosCast 54: Costumers and Cosplaying
Welcome to episide 54 of the CosCast, the podcast for cosplayers.
When you go on Bing.com, enter “Beam Me Up” and you will be “beamed” onto a interactive page that features the Enterprise, Earth and another planet to click on. Each page links to another page with information regarding Star Trek.
When you click on the Enterprise – which flies away if you don’t More >
Love Star Trek? Want to find your Captain Kirk? Your Borg Queen? Need a date to watch Star Trek Into Darkness… again (cuz we all know you’ve seen it already)? Need a date to Khan-vention? Now you can!
There are four Star Trek dating sites to choose from (or you can join all) – Trekkiedating.com, More >
There were some exciting news from Nintendo today, like Sega developing an exclusive Sonic game for Wii U. That has been countered by a recent Kotaku report that EA will be abandoning the Nintendo console.
“We have no games in development for the Wii U currently,” said EA’s Jeff Brown.
This More >
Welcome to episode 3 of the NR Podcast. Join the NR Podcast team as we talk crap on each other and what’s happening in the world of nerd-dom. Our previous episodes were comic book heavy, but this time we expand on video game news like the next-gen consoles, EA More >
One thing I notice following the release of Iron Man 3 was that the fanbase for the franchise seem to be pretty divide on the depiction of The Mandarin. The film’s portrayal of the famed Iron Man villain was far different than that of the original comic. The topic has been brought up some heated More >
Showrunner Steven Moffat has commented, “This is a thing that just seems to have slipped by… so can I say it very firmly – series eight is absolutely, definitely confirmed… It is real and it’s happening – it’s [taking up] most of my time at the moment.”
Matt Smith has confirmed he will return for More >
J.J. Abrams had a grand plan for Star Trek Into Darkness merchandising. But according to The Wrap, the CBS and Paramount split up was the nail in the coffin for his ambitious plan. Also, the complications may have lead him to take on the Star Wars universe.
CBS owns the TV show rights for Star More >
Nintendo and Sega have been known to compete against each other since the dawn of the Sega Genesis and the Super Nintendo. Their rivalry has turned into friendship, and it has been made more apparent with a new announcement during the Nintendo Direct announcement today.
Nintendo Global President More >
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JJ Abrams has quoted that this movie is not for the Star Trek fan (Trekkies) but for movie fans. I took that into consideration when I went in to see Star Trek Into Darkness. I have to say, it was a really great More >
Police were recently called to a sci-fi convention (NOR-CON IV) held at the University of East Anglia to stop an argument between a Star Wars fan and a Doctor Who fan. There was no physical fight. There was no lightsaber – sonic screwdriver battle. It was just a verbal argument between two More >
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JJ Abrams has quoted that this movie is not for the Star Trek fan (Trekkies) but for movie fans. I took that into consideration when I went in to see Star Trek Into Darkness. I have to say, it was a really great movie.
When Abrams rebooted More >
The Microsoft Points system can be confusing, and it looks like Microsoft figured that it’s best to get rid of it for good.
A report has said that Microsoft plans to move forward with promoting the gift card system similar to vouchers for iTunes. If you don’t want to purchase gift cards, you can More >
When Dredd came out in theaters, it didn’t fare well at the box office, even though it received a lot of great reviews from critics. Even with the bad box office numbers, the movie at least did really well in the home market (DVD/Blu-rays).
Thanks to positive reviews and good numbers for the home More >
Can you hear that? That’s the sound of rejoicing and clapping from used games buyers and used game stores like GameStop. EA will be stopping its online pass program for future EA video games.
The very unpopular program started in 2010 to prevent second-hand sales of video games. This was the year More >
In the Capcom’s Remember Me, a new technology will be able to exploit memories. Memories can now be recorded digitally, thanks to the Sensen device, and they can be sold, bought, and traded. No longer will your memories be private. By why keep such a thing private when you can share your memories More >
This week Bad Touch Bat Boy and the gang talk the Golden Days of Roller Derby with the one who was there to see it all, Andrew Epstein! We talk his book, The Blonde Bomber, the mob, naughty cartoons, and more! So get on those roller skates and hit the track!
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Just in time for Star Trek Into Darkness, here’s a bunch of middle school kids dressed as the main cast from the original Star Trek series doing a musical number. It’s cute, happy, and has feels! The song they sang touches on J.J. Abrams moving on to Star Wars after Star Trek, being a multi-ethnic More >
Check out the Batman: Arkham Origins short teaser that Warner Bros. Interactive just released that teases the full trailer being released on Monday, May 20th. If this trend continues, maybe we’ll see a teaser that teases a teaser trailer for a full trailer.
In the CG-rendered teaser, Batman is More >
By Jason Harrington
At the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show, a Mecca for the greatest innovators in tech, everyone was abuzz about the next generation in high definition TV. Promising leaps and bounds above what HDTV offers today, 4K TVs are poised to enter the consumer market.What Is 4K TV?
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I was really looking forward to playing Star Trek: The Game. With the gameplay looking similar to Uncharted and Mass Effect and developer Digital Extremes working on it (they did an awesome job with Darkness II), how can the game be bad? Somehow it did, and what we’re left with is a very glitchy More >
It looks like Metal Gear RAY figure is at the final phase, and it looks like both Hideo Kojima and Yoji Shinkawa approve of the figure. This looks to be similar in size as the Metal Gear REX that 3A released earlier this year. I am willing to guess the price range will be similar, as well.
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It’s been a long time since I’ve bought a sound system. My last sound system was a Logitech one that I bought more than five years ago. It was a basic sound system that gave some great sounds at the time for the $70 I spent. However, after having upgraded to an HDTV, I found that I needed something More >
Science fiction is a medium that can be seen as a predictive barometer for where humanity is headed. These predictions for our society are many, varied, and include both our greatest hopes, and the sum of our fears. We all wish for things like flying cars and weather control, but it’s just as More >
Here’s the latest gameplay trailer for Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag. We get to know a little bit more about Captain Edward Kenways’ ideals and how he feels about his shipmates. We also get to some some gameplay of Edward running around and killing. So far I haven’t seen anything revolutionary More >
Disney recently teamed up with EA to help produce more Star Wars games after Disney closed down LucasArts. One of the studios under EA already has experience with Star Wars games. BioWare worked on Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, which is one of my all-time favorite games. Other studios More >