Geeknights With Rym + Scott

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Sinopse

Geeknights with Rym and Scott is a late night show for geeks, featuring anime, comics, gaming, sci/tech, gadgetry, manga, videogames, and general geekery. New episodes every weeknight Monday through Thursday.

Episódios

  • GeekNights 20210223 - Heavens Vault (2019)

    GeekNights 20210223 - Heaven's Vault (2019)

    24/02/2021

    Tonight on GeekNights, we review Inkle's 2019 game Heaven's Vault for Steam, Playstation, and Switch. It's unique, in a good way. In the news, Daft Punk ends, the Root Marauder Expansion is on Kickstarter, The Legend of Zelda is 35 years old, you've probably never actually heard the original Legend of Zelda theme, Civilization VI's barbarians just got a lot more interesting, and Zinequest is live.

  • GeekNights 20210217 - Upcoming Animation

    GeekNights 20210217 - Upcoming Animation

    18/02/2021

    Tonight on GeekNights, we consider a number of upcoming animated movies and shows we're looking forward to (and in some cases looking forward to more of). In the news, Studio Ghibli's Earwig and the Witch came out to deeply scathing reviews despite no one talking about how low-budget of an affair it actually was, a bunch of shows are coming to Crunchyroll, Mamoru Hosoda's BELLE has a teaser trailer, and Disney is shutting down Blue Sky, killing the previously upcoming Nimona movie.

  • GeekNights 20210211 - Calendars

    GeekNights 20210211 - Calendars

    12/02/2021

    Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the concept of calendars. There was a time when people had physical ones made of paper. Weird right? In the news, Scott's sort of into Rubik's Cubes, you should honestly watch the impeachment of Donald Trump, hackers used TeamViewer to attempt the poisoning of an entire Florida town, Gina Carano is rightly dropped from Star Wars, and New York is killing people by allowing sports to have live audiences.

  • GeekNights 20210209 - Asynchronous Play

    GeekNights 20210209 - Asynchronous Play

    10/02/2021

    Tonight on GeekNights, we consider asynchronous play in games. It's an underserved niche in games that is especially relevant during the quarantine times. In the news, Counter-Strike is over 20 years old, hackers attacked CD Projekt Red (but at least they had backups), Battleborn is dead and gone, and Gearbox was purchased in the ever-increasing consolidation of the games industry.

  • GeekNights 20210203 - Lupin III: The First

    GeekNights 20210203 - Lupin III: The First

    04/02/2021

    Tonight on GeekNights, we review the anime movie Lupin III: The First. In the news, The Real Ghostbusters is back, Wandavision is a nice sendup to classic American television, and One Piece is bigger than any comic you're reading.

  • GeekNights 20210201 - The Environmental Cost of Computing

    GeekNights 20210201 - The Environmental Cost of Computing

    02/02/2021

    Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the Environmental Cost of Computing. In the news, Nintendo is replacing its multiplayer server, Sony appears to be reviving small Android phones, and Tesla has a recall problem.

  • GeekNights 20210128 - Unfinished Business

    GeekNights 20210128 - Unfinished Business

    29/01/2021

    Tonight on GeekNights, we consider... unfinished business. In the news, Otakon may not survive COVID, and the NWHL has to deal with BrStl Sprts drama as their bubble starts to fall apart even as they were making a big move streaming their games on Twitch.

  • GeekNights 20210126 - Hades

    GeekNights 20210126 - Hades

    27/01/2021

    Tonight on GeekNights, we review Hades. It's great, and exhibits a level of polish that is honestly rare. In the news, reddit nerds are gaming GameStop stock leading to interesting consequences, Microsoft continues to struggle with Xbox Gold vs Xbox Live, and the Internet sort of went down for a bit earlier today.

  • GeekNights 20210120 - Chainsaw Man

    GeekNights 20210120 - Chainsaw Man

    21/01/2021

    Tonight on GeekNights, we review the delightful Chainsaw Man manga. In the news, Amanda Gorman gave a legendary reading at Joe Biden and Kamala Harris's inauguration, Hilda continues to impress with its second season, and Scott's been reading through his Oglaf books.

  • GeekNights 20210112 - NERTS! Online

    GeekNights 20210112 - NERTS! Online

    13/01/2021

    Tonight on GeekNights, we review the latest (free-to-play) from Zachtronics with NERTS! Online. It's a live online implementation of the classic card game Nerts, and is worth your while. In the news, a Republican mob led by disgraced president Donald Trump stormed the capitol in an ongoing coup attempt. Twitch rightly removes the PogChamp emote after the person it's based on supported this coup. Twitch replaced the PogChamp with a very cool idea that also reminded us just how racist gamers are. Thankfully, the first new PogChamp is a champ. LucasArts is basically back with LucasFilm Games, and they have announced a nazi-fighting game that we're all excited about. We also have a trailer for Bowser's Fury.

  • GeekNights 20210104 - Outages

    GeekNights 20210104 - Outages

    05/01/2021

    Tonight on GeekNights, apropos of nothing in particular, we talk about outages. In the news, Slack started the new year with a major outage, Google employees are unionizing, and Scott found Turbo Vision. Welcome to 2021!

  • GeekNights 20201229 - The last 10 years of Gaming (2010-2020)

    GeekNights 20201229 - The last 10 years of Gaming (2010-2020)

    30/12/2020

    Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the decade to date in games and gaming. Tabletop games, role playing games, video games, console games, PC games: we are living in an explosive and amazing era of gaming. In the news, the Star Wars Squadrons patch made the game significantly more fun, Graveyard Keeper is all right, and the Overwatch winter brawls are particularly good. Check out freeze tag with an eye to the game design going on there.

  • GeekNights 20201223 - The last 10 years of Comics and Animation (2010-2020)

    GeekNights 20201223 - The last 10 years of Comics and Animation (2010-2020)

    24/12/2020

    Tonight on GeekNights, we celebrate the end of the year and the end of the decade and talk about the last 10 years of Comics and Animation (2010-2020). This is in many ways a golden age of animation, and we expect it to continue. Adventure Time kind of started it all, and ran for the entire decade! In the news, Sony buys Crunchyroll from AT&T, and superhero comics are a tiny fraction of comic sales.

  • GeekNights 20201221 - The last 10 years of Technology (2010-2020)

    GeekNights 20201221 - The last 10 years of Technology (2010-2020)

    22/12/2020

    Tonight on GeekNights, at the end of the year they'll write songs about and the end of a decade, we consider what's changed in the last ten years. We'll be doing this for all four nights of GeekNights in the coming two weeks.In the news, GitHub removes that annoying cookie banner in the best way possible, and the supply-chain hack of SolarWinds is a historic mess.

  • GeekNights 20201215 - Hypnospace Outlaw (2019)

    GeekNights 20201215 - Hypnospace Outlaw (2019)

    16/12/2020

    Tonight on GeekNights, we review the delightful Hypnospace Outlaw (2019). It's a true sendup to the early Internet, and is definitely worth playing. In the news, Cyberpunk 2077 had a rocky launch with, among other problems, egregious safety issues, worker exploitation, abysmal performance on previous-generation consoles, and more. A bunch of indie titles are coming to the Nintendo Switch, including Among Us, as well as a Funimation anime streaming app.

  • GeekNights 20201207 - Technology Longevity

    GeekNights 20201207 - Technology Longevity

    08/12/2020

    Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the longevity of technology. From computers to bikes, proper maintenance can greatly extend the life the right tool, though some more easily than others. We've talked about computer maintenance specifically before in 2006 and then in 2020.In the news, Apple may be working on a 32-core processor, Pornhub runs into trouble with its payment processing, the Arecibo Telescope is sadly no more, and the devil cars sell their self-driving unit. Also don't forget to check out the Advent of Code this year! Scott's doing it!

  • GeekNights 20201203 - Hair

    GeekNights 20201203 - Hair

    04/12/2020

    Tonight on GeekNights, we consider hair. We did a show once on shaving back in 2005, when we first switched to safety razors, but we never talked about head hair more generally. Yes, this is a Thursday. How could you tell? In the news, Scott's doing the Advent of Code, check out the Floppy Emu Model C, the movie industry just changed forever, and we found the rocket booster we lost in the 60s. Also, Joe Biden won the presidency by a historic and growing margin.

  • GeekNights 20201201 - 1817

    GeekNights 20201201 - 1817

    02/12/2020

    Tonight on GeekNights, we consider what is likely now our favorite 18xx train game: 1817. If you have never played one of these before, you may want to check out our reviews of 1846: The Race for the Midwest or 1889: History of Shikoku Railways first. 1817 has short selling, acquisitions & mergers, and loans (with interest) that together serve to provide more player agency than other 18xx games we've played.In the news, Nintendo makes it easier to share screenshots from the Switch, and the Super Mario Maker levels will disappear like tears in the rain.

  • GeekNights 20201125 - Adventure Time: Distant Lands - Obsidian

    GeekNights 20201125 - Adventure Time: Distant Lands - Obsidian

    26/11/2020

    Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the second installment in Adventure Time: Distant Lands with Obsidian. In the news, Rym got his Index and finished Deca-Dence, The Art of Wolfwalkers is very good, Funimation adds many Gundams, Venture Brothers is cancelled (but also possibly un-canceled), and the publishing industry needs some antitrust action ASAP.

  • GeekNights 20201123 - Displays

    GeekNights 20201123 - Displays

    24/11/2020

    Tonight on GeekNights, we consider displays. LCDs, OLEDs, "Smart" TVs, and the current state of the art. We haven't talked about this since 2006, and a lot has changed in 14 years! In the news, we've migrated our 2-Factor Auth to NFC Yubikeys, Comcast is enforcing data caps nationally, the Apple M1 is revolutionary, Fleets are here I guess, and the GIMP is 25 years old and not much better than it was 20 years ago.

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