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  • Blizzard Cancels Nintendo Switch Overwatch Event

    Hot on the heels of controversy regarding suspending a pro-Hong Kong Hearthstone player, Blizzard has decided to cancel their New York Nintendo Switch Overwatch launch event. -*Read our before commenting.* Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • BNHA 4×1 Review: The Scoop on UA Class 1-A

    The first episode of Boku no Hero Academia season 4 was an anime exclusive story that acted in part as a summary episode focusing on class 1-A, but also as a way to ease into the world post All Might’s retirement. -*Read our before commenting.* Please do not copy our content in whole to other […]




  • More Blizzard Controversy: ‘Gay Boys’ WoW Guild Forced to Change Name

    Because apparently all the pro-Hong Kong censorship just wasn’t enough controversy for them, Blizzard has another censorship crisis on their hands. The World of WarCraft guild “Gay Boys” has been forced to change their name because it was reported as ‘inappropriate.’ -*Read our before commenting.* Please do not copy our content in whole to other […]



  • Mei Is Now A Pro Hong Kong Symbol (And Other HK Updates)

    A lot has happened the past couple days since we reported on Blizzard’s decision to suspend a Hong Kong based Hearthstone pro player for making pro-Hong Kong protester comments. The most interesting update is that Overwatch’s Mei has now become a symbol for the movement. -*Read our before commenting.* Please do not copy our content in […]



  • Promare To Return To Theaters For One Day Only

    Studio TRIGGER’s hit original anime film Promare is returning to the big screen in the United States for one day only on December 8th, 2019. -*Read our before commenting.* Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • The China Censorship Problem Creeps Into Geek Culture

    The China censorship issue isn’t new – it’s been creeping into geek culture topics for quite a while – but the recent Hong Kong protests have made their reach much more noticeable. -*Read our before commenting.* Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.