Tom Chick

Qt3 Movie Podcast: interview with the creators of Wyrmwood and Nekrotronic

, | Movie podcasts

Tom Chick talks with filmmakers Kiah and Tristan Roache-Turner about their latest movie, Nekrotronic, available now wherever fine VOD is sold. They also cover important issues, such as John Carpenter’s most underappreciated movie, who should play a young Ellen Ripley, and whether Griffin Dunne’s ghost is real in American Werewolf in London.


Qt3 Games Podcast: Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3, Griftlands, Wolfenstein: Youngblood

, | Games podcasts

What makes an action RPG great? What’s next from the guys who just released Oxygen Not Included? Why do these girls have Southern accents? We struggle with these questions, and more!

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 at 1:00, Griftlands at 13:24, and Wolfenstein: Youngblood at 27:25.

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Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 isn’t as good as it should be, but it’s just what I wanted

, | Game reviews

I was crestfallen when Marvel Heroes, an online action RPG that ran for nearly five years, shut down in 2017.  Not necessarily because I played it a lot. I didn’t, really. I indulged in fits and starts. Bursts of colorful nonsense now and then, here and there.  Whenever I wanted I could drop in and make some little Wolverine or Iron Man punch things and shoot lasers. A colorful swirl of whooshing effects, leveling up, and loot scooping.  I even learned things. Did you know there’s a superhero named Squirrel Girl? She was to squirrels what Willard was to rats, except with the chipper demeanor of an Eisenhower-era sorority girl on her way to the malt shop.  Oh, Marvel.

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