This week Laura sets a tight deadline of three weeks to get onto MBMBAM, interviews the first person with the confidence to talk their way onto her show, and reveals an upcoming special McElroy Guest is incoming. Check out “Alexis Sara Will Be On LauraKBuzz Will Be On […]
As many of you may already know, I’ve put more than my fair share of time into playing through Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu since it released back in November 2018. At around 450 hours into the game, I have not only beaten the main story, and caught every […]
Gather round strangers, queer and pleasant. Come hear another episode of our ridiculous podcast. Starring Laura Kate Dale & Jane Aerith Magnet. A couple of queer, trans ladies who enjoy being very very silly. In this episode: Cadence of Hyrule A Hat In Time Kodiak Island – The […]
When I first got to play through The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, exploring its rich open world was something of an obsession. Picked up alongside a Nintendo Switch on launch day, I was (and largely remain) a proponent of the belief that it was a […]
How many dicks did HBO stuff into a locker room? And what do we think of games like Judgment, Cadence of Hyrule, and Bloodstained? Find out, for God’s sake!
In this week’s episode of Tonal Whiplash, Laura interviews Mike Rugnetta about being a meme historian, fascination with electric car fake motor noises, and raver fashion.
https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/tarot-reading-the-future-through-pokemon-cards I wrote for SyFy about using children’s trading cards to predict the future.
This week, Laura teaches herself to be an expert in new things, and interviews a Mc… Oh…
I guested on an episode of Jordan Webber’s podcast Talking Simulator to discuss E3, below is her description of the episode. https://www.talkingsimulator.com/podcast/2019/6/18/e3-2019-with-laura-dale Laura Dale has been following E3 for 15 years, first personally and then professionally. She tells us how it has changed in that time, whether it […]
If you handed me Cadence of Hyrule: Crypt of the Necrodancer Ft. The Legend of Zelda, without any prior knowledge of the indie game that preceded it or the promotional materials ahead of its launch, I suspect I’d have been hard pressed to realise that it wasn’t a […]