So those that know me, also know I’m a complete sucker for anything mecha. BattleTech, Gundam, Armored Core, I love the idea of chunky bots piloted to war all guns blazing as they stride into battle. So when Farsight, the latest game from Braincrack Games designer Jamie Jolly and developer Lewis Shaw, came across my […]
Minor spoilers about cameos ahead So, something magical and amazing happened last night. I laughed, I danced, I may have at some point lost control of my bodily functions but thank Odin I wore dark colours. We had the awesome opportunity of being invited to the European Premiere of Guardians of the Galaxy vol:2 at the […]
What makes a great character? Bioware is renowned for their writing, central to that is the attention they pay to their characters. Rach Griffiths explains why Mass Effect: Andromeda's Jaal is a prime example of this.
This past weekend, I attended my first Starfest convention (on behalf of Geek Pride), the 40th anniversary of the event. Mainly a Star Trek/Star Wars festival, over the years, it has grown to include guests, activities, etc. from all different sci-fi and horror franchises. This year, everything from Firefly to Doctor Who to Dark Matter got covered (as well as […]
Want to know what’s happening? The first book Dust and Sand was serialised here at Geek Pride. A summary is available here. You can also buy the definitive edition of Dust and Sand at all good eBook stores. Horse nickered and snorted as they approached the edge of the Teotek’s wards. Damn happy to get out in […]
Ever wanted to know how many Zombies it would take to kill Chuck Norris? Well we at Geek Pride try and figure that, and the answers to other taxiing questions out.
This week, Matt, Bevan and Mike talk man eating pythons, Cornish words for lady parts and Bevan ends the cast with some very wise words.
Welcome to the latest Geek Pride crowdfunding round up, our fearless contributors have spent many an hour sifting through hundreds of campaigns all wanting your hard earned money so you don’t have to. Strangehollow is an art book by Emily Hare. The book serves as an introduction to a strange and fantastical world inspired by […]
Want to know what’s happening? The first book Dust and Sand was serialised here at Geek Pride. A summary is available here. You can also buy the definitive edition of Dust and Sand at all good eBook stores. William B. Naismith hated anything less than luxury. On the road, he made do to foster a ‘man of […]
The fear of the deep blue is one that a lot of people, myself included share. Drowning, sharks, the darkness swallowing you up as you sink down into the watery depths, it all evokes a sense of trepidation, a sense of being out of control and dying in painful, terror filled dread. Have I set […]