Dear fellow geeks, It goes without saying that a lot of things will be different for us all for the foreseable future. This is serious. People are dying. There are no excuses to NOT contribute to the flattening of the curve by doing what we (online) gamers do best– staying at home, sitting on our […]
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We here at The Nomad Gamers are huge Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) fans. Therefore it comes as no surprise that we all went to see Endgame opening weekend. We have been itching to talk and write about it. There was a friendly spoiler embargo placed by the Russo brothers, and we here at The Nomad […]
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The Changing Face of Entertainment: Studio Mergers Once upon a time, there were several distinct titan studios of the movie industry. These titans were in fierce competition for your viewing time in order to serve you ads and make you buy crap. This was when competition forced innovation and creativity to be the driving force […]
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We are delighted to present our first podcast! With a look at the coming year in both games and movies, hopefully you will find something that will work for you as you commute to work or just relax as you listen to your podcasts! Happy podcasting and let us know if you have any suggestions […]
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Back from quite a long hiatus, and just in time for a quick look back at 2018! 2018 was another game changing year for almost all things entertainment. This year we saw how legislature directly changing how gaming companies do business, how social media and companies harnessing it’s data have been put in the spotlight, […]
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As described by Crunchy Roll; Tokyo, 2030. A high-frequency resonance is suddenly heard in a suburban area, and at the same time, the entire town is shrouded in a red mist. All living things that hear the sounds, human and animal alike, lose consciousness. The phenomenon is assumed to be an unidentified virus, so due […]
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Recently I have started watching some older series that have left our screens a while. So I thought, it might be nice to look back at some shows that had an impact on us. We obviously have a good scope to cover here but, as always, would love your input. So if there is a […]
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After visiting a hospital for counseling, Rachel wakes up in an unfamiliar building with no memory of how she got there. She is told by a voice over an intercom that she will be the “sacrifice” for the inhabitants of the upper floors, and she rides an elevator from her current floor of B7 to […]
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Diablo 3 was my first venture into the Diablo series. A game that is really all about numbers and can be seen as quite repetitive. So why do I still log into play it after nearly 6 years after its initial release! The game hasn’t changed all that much, with only 1 expansion and an […]
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Just half a year ago we were watching The Last Jedi- and love it or hate it, it was a movie that somewhat kept pace with building the excitement for seeing a tale from a galaxy far far away. Just with anything else, too much can lead to fatigue- and to further prove this point, […]
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