Our conversation about Internet censorship goes awry. After tangents about Tumblr Nazis, Furries, and Christian Cakes, we end up looking at hilariously bad taxidermy failures.
First they came for supplement selling internet conspiracy theorists, then they came for the patrons of YouTube’s Mesopotamian thicc edgy boi, and now they came for Fuboo’s Tumblr blog.
The second season of Netflix’s animated series Castlevania has landed, and we follow up with a slightly less-glowing video review.
JK Rowling’s attempts to remain relevant by incorporating more diversity into her popular fantasy book series is beginning to backfire.
The scene in question is the first (but not last) of LaughingMan’s pathetic reactions to the game’s jumpscare moments.
It’s the live Outlast 2 Twitch stream that will forever shame LaughingMan. Witness the exact moment where he has lost his last man-card and earned the new moniker, “ScaredyMatt”.
Resident Evil 4 left a lasting impression on survival horror games, but Resident Evil 5 became an action-fest and the less said about Resident Evil 6 the better. With Hideo Kojima and DelToro’s infamous Silent Hills P.T., and horror games like Outlast selling millions of copies thanks to the YouTube Let’s Play community, Capcom decided to take Resident Evil VII in a bold new(?) direction. Needless to say, horror is on a bit of a rebound.
The CCS Crew discuss Friday the 13th, The Fuboo’s experience at the Salt Lake City Comic Con, and a possible meeting next summer in Las Vegas.
The crew discusses the merits of having fat friends (that you can outrun), Nat has a horrible time playing as Jason, and LaughingMan can’t admit when he’s wrong.
So what’s the most offensive thing you’ve ever seen in a video game? Well it’s nothing compared to the nothing burger that is the Kekistan Gauntlet in Destiny 2.