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Feb 222015
 

​This week on Direct Damage Layfield tries to keep the cast on track as Kaesi and special guest Matomic let it all hang out. The Saki has our cast feeling great going around the table. We talk about the Pro Tour coverage and how WoTC may have backed themselves into a corner with the Fate Reforged Story. We do a special Top 5 list in fact we make it a double. Hang on to your hats and try not to get contact drunk off this episode.

 

Feb 162015
 

( This post was originally released on September 2014 ) I know that it has been some time since my last cosplayer interview, but I have a good one today. I discovered this cosplayer from somebody posting one of her cosplay photos on Twitter.

Photo by Adam Patrick Murray

Photo by Adam Patrick Murray

 

Who are you and where are you from?

Greetings. I am Raychul Moore, from the great land of the internets. I make YouTube videos about video games and I prance around at cons while dressed in costumes.

 

How long have you been cosplaying?

I’ve been cosplaying since 2005…or maybe it was 2006. Something like that!

 

How did you get started and what was your first cosplay?

A friend of mine wanted to go to San Diego Comic Con and since it was both of our first year going, she wanted to dress up as the group from the Danger Girl comics. I fell in love with it instantly! One of my favorite parts of being a cosplayer is the creation phase. I adore looking at a piece of art or a screen shot and saying, “Ok, let’s make this real!”

 

What did your friends and family think when you started?

I’ve been wearing costumes for no reason since I was barely able to walk, I had just never put so much time and money into it. So…I think my family just shrugged and was like, “Yep, that’s Raychul!”

 

Which cons or events do you usually cosplay at?

I’m adding more and more cons each year to my list since each year there seems to be a dozen new cons popping up! You will always find me at Wondercon and San Diego Comic Con for sure. Next year I hope to add Dragon Con to that list, and I will be at Indy Pop Con again next year for sure as well.

Photo by Seth Hendrix

Photo by Seth Hendrix

 

Where do you get your inspiration for choosing what to cosplay?

 

I always chose from characters/games/comics/movies that I like. So I get my inspiration from the things I love! If I’m into a new game, then I try to pick a character that I had the most fun playing as or who I liked in the story the most.

 

Do you make all of your cosplays?

 

Yes and no. I do make most of all my own pieces, but I do have people or companies make certain pieces for me if it’s a material I don’t know how to work with yet, like leather.

 

 

What has been your easiest and most complicated cosplay?

My easiest cosplay was probably Babydoll from Sucker Punch, because her costume is basically my every day style anyways: pleated skirt, pigtails and knee socks.

The hardest, I’d say is also my personal favorite, and that’s Kratos. He was hard because I had to find a way to make a me: a short, bubbly, blond girl into a huge, angry, bald guy…but make sure he didn’t lose the key elements that make him so iconic.

 

If you could cosplay anybody from anything who would it be?

I’d say my dream cosplay would be Eleanor as the Big Sister from Bioshock 2. But I don’t want to do that costume unless I know I can represent that series the best way I possibly can…and I don’t feel like my costume creation skills are anywhere near that level yet.

 

What was one of your most memorable experiences you have had while cosplaying?

This didn’t happen while cosplaying, but Joss Whedon posted a pic of my Thor cosplay on his Facebook. That was all sorts of amazing!!

 

What do you think makes a good cosplay?

The number one most important thing in a good cosplay, is passion. I don’t care how accurate your costume is, or how well made it is…all I care about is seeing your passion for what you are cosplaying as and your pride for what you have created. Cosplay is all about showing your love for a certain game, character or movie…so just do it b/c you’re a fan! It’s all about loving it for you…not what others might think.

Photo by Seth Hendrix

Photo by Seth Hendrix

 

How would you describe the state of the cosplay hobby right now?

Interesting. Interesting to see how it got from where it was to where it is now…and interesting to see where it goes.

 

What advice would you give to somebody just starting out cosplaying?

You can never have enough safety pins!

 

Besides cosplaying what other hobbies do you have?

I wouldn’t call it a hobby, more like my lifestyle…but I am a huge gamer. I’ve been gaming since I was 5 years old and I have been working in the video game industry for almost 10 years. It’s my life.

As far as actual hobbies, I collect action figures and video game weapon replicas. My place is filled with glass cases of figures and collectibles…some are even so limited that they are 1 of only 100 ever made!

 

How did you get involved in the gaming industry?

I got into the gaming industry kinda by chance really. I had always been a gamer, but never really thought about working in gaming. Back when I was growing up, we didn’t really have game press. The only real way you’d find out about a new game would be from the other kids at school or by going into the local family-run video rental place and looking at the back of the game boxes. Anyways, I had written a few game-related things here and there on the internet, but it wasn’t until GamePro approached me to write a few things for them that I really felt like this was what I was meant to be doing with my life. You know that moment in the first Harry Potter when Harry first got his wand and the spotlight hit him and the smoke blew his hair back…yeah, it was like that. I’ve been writing about games and doing on-camera game coverage for companies like GamePro, EGM, Machinima, GameZone, Microsoft and Turtle Beach, ever since.

Photo by Mike Rollerson

Photo by Mike Rollerson

What is your favorite collectible that you own?

My favorite by far, is my Phurba Dagger from the Fortune Hunter’s Edition of Uncharted 2. Only 200 were ever made, they were never sold and the only way you could ever get one was through Naughty Dog. Mine came from when I was a part of an Uncharted 2 multiplayer tournament. It’s my most treasured collectable because of it’s rarity, and because Uncharted 2 is one of my favorite games.

Coming in as a close second would be my Marcus Fenix bust with the gold Lancer by Project Triforce that my boyfriend got me for my birthday. He is 32″ tall, weights 25lbs and only 100 were ever made.

 

If you could play one game with anybody which game and who would it be?

Hmm, I would love to play the first Bioshock with Walt Disney. Walt is one of my all-time heroes, he is an inspiration in so many ways. I feel like Bioshock would be a game Walt Disney would understand and love because of the attention to detail the developers perfected within the world of Rapture. No one understands creating a completely submissive environment like Walt did. The way Rapture feels like a character on it’s own, and how Disney did the same with his parks. When you’re in a Disney Park…mostly Disney World…you forgot the outside world exists. Everything you see, smell, hear and even feel has been calculated and perfectly executed to the smallest detail by Disney. I feel the same applies to Rapture. Even though Bioshock is just a game, everything in that game was thought out and planned, it was the first and one of the many few games that ever manipulated my emotions. So yeah, I’d love to play Bioshock with Walt Disney.

And, I think it’d be fun to play the level in Bioshock Infinite where you run into the George Washington Motorized Patriot for the very first time…with George Washington. Poor guy would have no concept of technology of any kind…yet here he is as a giant mechanical statue firing a huge crankgun. Love it.

 

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I want to say Thank You to Raychul Moore for the interview.  For more of Raychul visit her other sites.

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Feb 102015
 

Amazon was nice enough to give me a $10 credit for their “Amazon Appstore” app. With that $10 I was able to get some games. Just to clarify this is NOT the Amazon app or the Kindle app. This is a new app you can install on Android products so you can access the app store run by Amazon. I am guessing it was made for their Fire tablets, phone, and TV devices since it works just like an app store for Apple or Android. Another thing is some of the games I will talk about will be found ONLY in the Amazon app store or Android app store. Do a search on your device and see if it is there. Also, I was playing these games on a Samsung Galaxy S 3 which has a 5 in screen. So these reviews will be based on that.

So after all that what EXATCLY did I get? Well with the $10 I was able to get Plague Inc., Carcassonne, and Elder Sign: Omens. The next day Amazon had Talisman on sale for FREE! That’s right everyday Amazon has a different app up for sale so you can get it for free. Lucky me I got Talisman. Two other games I got that are normally free on Amazon were Magic 2015 and WW2: Sandbox. Strategy & Tactics.

 

WW2: Sandbox. Strategy & Tactics.

 

Now I will start off with the “bad” ones so that we can end on a good note. And the first one will be WW2: Sandbox. Strategy & Tactics. But this isn’t so much a “bad” review as it is a “non-review”. What does that mean? Simply put, the game froze up. After doing the tutorial I tried playing the game and it didn’t get past the first round. Now like I said I was playing it on a Galaxy S 3 so I think THAT has something to do with why it froze up. So I can’t say too much about the game but I will say after the tutorial I felt like I was ready to play the game.

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Magic 2015

 

The next one will be Magic 2015. Don’t get me wrong I LOVE Magic: The Gathering! But I really think Magic is best played in real life. But then again, I play Magic to be around people and socialize. Neither Magic Online nor all of the Duel of the Planeswalkers games have given me same special “something” that I have get when I play the physical version. I will say this, and I have said this many, MANY times. Duel of the Planeswalkers is GREAT for people that have NEVER played Magic. If your boyfriend, girlfriend, brother, sister, best friend, or really good neighbor doesn’t play. Show them this game and tell them this game will show them how to start playing. There is NO better way to learn how to play Magic than with the Duel of the Planeswalker games.

 

Plague Inc.

 

This is where we start getting into the “grey” area. I played Plague Inc. and I LOVED it but I’m not sure I would want to play it again. Wait. What? How is that even possible? Ok here it goes. Plague Inc. is a game where YOU are the disease and the point of the game is to kill off ALL of humanity. How do you do this? By starting small and evolving and mutating to avoid the humans from finding a cure for you. The first time I did pretty well. I was able to get 100% of the world infected and killed of 35% of the people before they were able to find a cure and eradicate my virus “R”. (I will explain later why I called it “R”) The second time I played I was able to wipe out humanity in about 3 years, 1139 days to be exact. That part I didn’t mind. What bothered me was my disease, which I named “Yease” (story later), was not very lethal. It was super infectious and it severity was off the chart. So what does that mean? Well, I’m not a doctor but I’m guessing since the lethality was low but people were still dying that “severity” means the people were sick for a long period of time before dying. That sucks. Here is the BIGGEST “Man, you is whacked!” thing about it. Some of my favorite games involve killing off humans, among others, in very brutal and gory ways. Yes, ladies and gentleman. I am talking about the one and only, MORTAL KOMBAT! So how is it that a game like Mortal Kombat doesn’t faze me yet a game about killing the world with disease does? I think with Plague Inc. It’s more realistic. We have seen with outbreaks like E. Bola and Measles that this isn’t JUST a game. This could happen tomorrow, next month, or next year. And let’s be serious, what are the chances that a Thunder God will come from the sky and shoot lighting from his hands? Or a person gets killed and come back as the Spirit of Vengeance to enact his revenge on those that killed him?

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Now if you can get over the “This will happen to you” thing then yeah I can see how great it can be. While it DOES have micro transactions you can still play the game and have lots of fun with it and it DOES have a good amount of replay ability. There is also a good amount of strategy involved. If you start off in a place like Russia put don’t protect your disease from the cold it could die off rather quickly. Also be careful about starting in countries like the US or Britain. They are very advanced and could find a cure rather quickly. Like many other games, Plague Inc. has achievements that you can reach. One of my favorites was I got some of them to be in a “zombie-like” state.

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Let’s talk controls now. Since I was playing on a Galaxy S 3 it only has about a 5 inch screen. So I had to be doing a bit of zooming in and out during the game. Also when it came time to name my disease, yeah you can name you own disease, the keyboard completely blocked the screen. So I had no idea what I was writing. So out of frustration I just named the first one “R” and the second one I hit a random letter and look to see what words came up. Thus creating the deadly “Yease” disease.

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Carcassonne

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Another game I will put in the “grey” area would Carcassonne. I’m sure it’s a great game, I have heard many times how great it is. And it has been on many top ten board game list so it MUST be good. With the mobile version, well I went through the tutorial. Or should I say I TRIED to go through the tutorial. There are 7 pages to the tutorial but it stops working at page 4. So I went ahead and started to play anyways. I don’t quite know how the scoring went/goes but it seemed rather random at first. There were times when the computer (I was only playing with two players) would just score every round for three rounds and I would just sit there thinking. “Dude, you didn’t DO anything! You laid down a tile and got 8 points! Why?” I started to understand a little toward the end of the game when I started to do the same thing. In the end I came very close to winning. We both ended up with 61 points but he won the game due to the resources he had. So because I didn’t quite understand what was going on, I will have to put this game in the “grey” zone.

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Talisman

 

The first game that I would put on the “good” list would be Talisman. Like I stated before I was lucky enough to get this one for free as an “App of the Day” and I am so glad I did. It is rather simple and straightforward. You pick an adventurer and start looking for a talisman. Once you get it head for the center of the board and start kicking players off the board. But like all things it’s not THAT simple. To find the talisman you have to travel around the board fighting, looting and having a jolly good time as an adventurer. I loved this game so much I might just look for a physical version. Yeah, it’s THAT good.

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Elder Sign: Omens

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The next good one on the list would be Elder Sign: Omens. This is a Cthulhu game for those that don’t know. Don’t know what Cthulhu is? Look it up. I can’t teach you everything. Besides Cthulhu can get quite long to explain. Let’s just say he is a bad dude from another realm. If you see him more than likely you are dead. If you not dead, you’re insane. Yeah he is THAT bad. So on to the game. The reason I didn’t put it at top spot was that to learn the game, if you have never played Elder Sign before (which I haven’t) you pretty much have to read the rules, play it once, read the rules again THEN you can figure out how the game goes.

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As for the actual game play, this is not a game to play quickly. This is not a “time waster” game. This is a game that you sit down and play straight through. When I played it, I played it for about an hour or two. Of course I can’t be certain since I wasn’t keeping track of time. I was more interested in staying alive and locking away the Old God. Not surprisingly enough I did not win. But as with most Cthulhu games your chances of actually winning are small. You aren’t really playing to win, although that would be nice. You are playing to see how far you can get before dying. In my game I had got to the point where I was either going to get killed or the Old God was about to be released. Which sucks because I had 8 or the 10 Elder Signs I needed to win. Oh well.

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Another great thing about the game is the music. It adds a lot when playing the game. It’s creepy but also mysterious. I remember at one point I was thinking “Will you shut off that music, its driving me crazy!” but then I thought “Oh wait. Ah I see what you did there Mr. Game Developer. Well play, sir. Well played.”

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Oh I just remembered, the computer cheats. No, really. I had finished the adventures but the computer didn’t give me the reward. It just kept waiting for me to do something. I kept tapping all over the screen but nothing was happening so I had to concede the adventure, even though I won. This happened late in the game so had I won, I would have gotten the 9th Elder Sign and I could have purchased the 10th sign from the souvenir store. So don’t tell me computers don’t cheat because they do.

 

Honorable Mentions

 

I would like to end this by adding some Honorable Mentions. Those would be Tiny Death Star, Star Wars: Commander and Tetris. This latest version of Tetris seems to be the most accurate one from the first one I played back on the Game Boy. It’s not 100%, more like 75%, but it will do.

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As for Star Wars Commander. I haven’t played Clash of Clans, but from what I have heard I am guessing this is what it is like. You chose either Imperial or Rebel, build up your base, then start attacking. I haven’t really attacked anyone yet, been doing the quest line. The next quest is to attack another player but I want to make sure my base is able to withstand an attack from another player.

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Tiny Death Star is a mobile game I played long ago and wanted to talk about it for some time but I kept putting it off and putting it off then, like some many other things, it just feel by the wayside. So I just wanted to give a shout out that game. It’s a fun game; 8-Bit graphics, rather funny at times, you do have to think about where to build what and on what level. You also have to keep your residents happy. It is kind of like Sim City but on the Death Star. But you build vertical not horizontal. (I.e. Sim City). The funniest thing is I learned about this game after watching my nephew playing it.

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Lastly I want to say that when I played any of these games my phone would get hot. I mean HOT. The app that monitors different stats on the phone says it gets up to 96 degrees. The average temperature is 75. So when I do play these games, I the phone on a table. Which seems fitting since a lot of these games ARE table top games.

 

 

 

 

UPDATE: So I found a proper tutorial on the demo of Carcassonne for the X-Box 360. Now I understand how the game works a bit better and yes I am enjoying it a lot. Had I been able to fully read the tutorial on the mobile version I am sure it would have made it in the “good” area.

Feb 082015
 

We talk about Kaesi’s first impressions playing MTGO.  We talk about those five things that the Magic Community shouldn’t be saying.  We talk about the Royal Rumble and have a new Community Spotlight.

Feb 012015
 

You may have quickly seen the Penguins of Madagascar during one of the Super Bowl commercials.  The Penguins are my favorite part of the Madagascar movies and I was glad that they got a comic book.  Titan Comics gave Skipper , Kowalski , Rico , and Private their own four issue comic series.  The series is written by Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and Jai Nitz with art from Robin Etherington and Grant Perkins.

For more information visit Titan Comics here.

 

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Feb 012015
 

Michael , Bernie , Miri , and Jacob are here to talk more geeky topics.  Our focus is on returning superhero shows and playing some 5th edition.  Our topics this episode are

  • Flash
  • Arrow
  • Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition
  • Fantastic Four Trailer

Let us know what you thought of this episode.

Jan 272015
 
(This interview was originally posted on June 2014 ) Last week I saw a photo of this awesome Batgirl cosplay which you can see on the right.  Today it is my pleasure to introduce you to that awesome Batgirl  in my new cosplayer interview.
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Photo by SuperHero Photos

 

Who are you and where are you from?

I am Kay Jay Cosplay and I am from San Antonio, TX.

 

How long have you been cosplaying?

A little over a year.

 

How did you get started and what was your first cosplay?

The first time I cosplayed was for a local comic book store’s Free Comic Book Day event, and I was Artemis from Young Justice

 

What did your friends and family think when you started?

Everyone was very supportive, but I don’t think anyone knew it was going to stick!

 

Where do you get your inspiration for choosing what to cosplay?

I mostly stick to characters I am familiar with. I pick a costume when a character’s story or personality resonates with me.

 

When you cosplay how much do you try to be in character?

It isn’t my biggest priority. I try to remain true to the character while remaining approachable.

 

What has been your easiest and most complicated cosplay?

My easiest was X-23 by far, the only construction for that was the claws. The most difficult would have to be Hawkgirl. The wings alone took 7 days!

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If you could cosplay anybody from anything who would it be?

Grand Duchess Anastasia. Who wouldn’t want to be a sarcastic princess?

 

Do you know a lot about the characters that you cosplay?

Usually. Most of the characters I portray I know a lot about, and if I don’t, I put in time to do research before the costume is made.

 

What was one of your most memorable experiences you have had while cosplaying?

I was cosplaying as Wonder Woman this past Free Comic Book Day and had taken a photo with a little girl. About 10 minutes later she ran back over to me, said “I love you, Wonder Woman!” and hugged me really hard! It was the sweetest thing!

 

Do you prefer your cosplays to be exact or do you add your own changes?

I try for accuracy. I find pride in making the most exact representation of a character that I can.

 

How would you describe the state of the cosplay hobby right now?

BLOWING UP! Cosplay has been getting a ton of publicity lately, both good and bad. I’m glad that people are becoming more comfortable cosplaying, regardless of their race, age, size, or gender!

Photo by Frank Dimas Aguero

Photo by Frank Dimas Aguero

What advice would you give to somebody just starting out cosplaying?

Start with a character you love! Your passion for the character always comes through in your representation of them.

 

Besides cosplaying what other hobbies do you have?

Singing, playing video games, and having netflix marathons for longer than what is considered healthy…

Photo by Frank Dimas Aguero

Photo by Frank Dimas Aguero

 

I want to say thank you again to Kay Jay Cosplay.

To see more awesome cosplays of Kay Jay Cosplay check out her Facebook and Instagram.

Jan 272015
 

I will admit that I do love the murder mystery genre. I was searching for some anime in this category and I came across Danganronpa. After watching I found out that this anime is based off a video game, but since I haven’t played it this review is just the anime only. This review will contain no spoilers so don’t worry. What fun would it be to ruin the ending for a mystery?

The plot revolves around a group of fifteen high school students that are selected for a special high school called Hope’s Peak Academy. It’s so special that the principal is a bear named Monobear. Monobear tells them that they are trapped in the school until they graduate and if you do you are guarenteed to succeed in life. The only way to graduate is to commit the perfect murder. You have to kill one of your classmates and get away with it. The rest of the students have to decide which one is the killer. If they can discover the killer he or she is executed. If they choose wrong the killer goes free and graduates while the rest of the students get executed. Of course there is always the choice of nobody killing anybody and just living your life at Hope’s Peak Academy but do you think Monobear will just sit back and let that happen?

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Once a murder happens and the victim is found the show begins to change direction. Monobear gives them some time to examine the crime scene and look for clues. When a clue is found the anime will let you know and zoom in on it. After the students have had a chance to gather some clues that will bring them closer to identifying the killer they go to a class trial. The class trial has all the students around in a circle and is led by none other than Monobear. In the trial the students declare a suspect and give all clues they have proving their guilt. This goes back and forth with reasons why and why not a person could be the killer. Once they decide on a single person Monobear reveals if they chose correctly or poorly.

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I really liked the idea for this anime and that’s what got me to watch it in the first place. It seemed liked it would be a cross between Hunger Games and Big Brother. It has that kill or be killed feel and they are all stuck in one place with Monobear ( Big Brother ) watching. If you’re wondering about how graphic the death scenes are you shouldn’t. You see the aftermath of the murder and not the action itself. They even change the color of blood from red to pink. I’m not sure why and it did throw me off a little at first but I eventually got used to it.

The pacing was a problem with me. It felt a little slow in the beginning and toward the end of the series it felt like it rushed events quickly. There were characters that I started to like and would have loved to have seen fleshed out more. Each character was different and unique but you don’t see much of the uniqueness and no development at all. Since there weren’t that many episodes I guess I should have expected that not all characters were going to be giving the spotlight.

Danganronpa had the potential to be a little more creepier and better than what it was. I didn’t hate this anime but was a little disappointed. If you like the mystery horror anime genre and need something new I would say check this anime out. Danganronpa isn’t the next greatest anime but it did provide some entertainment for me in a genre that I like and that is always a good thing.