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Nooz Melee: Gamers Say “Hell No” to VR Alien: Isolation

In an interview with MCV, Sega’s European boss Jurgen Post teased that he would be interested in adapting Alien: Isolation for VR, prompting many gamers to say, “Hell no.” One gamer, Allen Realperson of North Dakota, reacted viscerally when told. “Are you kidding me? A

Star Trek Abridged: Season One Part II

Welcome to part 2 of “Star Trek: Abridged.” This series is where Geek Melee gives you what William Goldman would call “the ‘good parts’ version” of the classic Trek run. If you’re a casual fan of the new movies looking to dip your toe in

Star Trek: Abridged – Season One, Part I; or, The Yeoman Rand Saga

Space. The final frontier. Unfortunately it’s a frontier which remains unknown to many, despite fifty years of broadcast. Most non-Trekkies are probably more familiar with JJ Abrams’ rebooted film series. Other Star Trek fans seem fine with it, but personally, I think it’s basically Fast

Suicide Squad Review: Ugh, It Was Such An Amazing Trailer

Warning: This review contains spoilers! As I’ve written about before, no one’s ever quite re-bottled the lightning that was GoldenEye 007. But the most ham-fisted and soulless effort was surely GoldenEye: Rogue Agent. The hook of this “sequel” was that you would be playing a villain, and

How To Play Pokémon Go While Driving

Pokémania (Part 2) has swept the nation, and millions of people are asking themselves: how can I spend more time playing this ridiculously addictive nostalgia trip? The answer is as blindingly obvious as a Pikachu Thunderbolt. This is a game where your progress is measured by

3 Ways No One Cares You Don’t Like Pokémon Go

It had to happen. Whenever something achieves widespread popularity, then like a bouncy flower girl trailing the bridal party with a basket of dead bunnies, Internet grouches come along to dump on it. Smug counterculture hipsters, pursed-lip Baby Boomers, and self-righteous white knights can’t wait