What to Watch: Zenimation

Disney has created a new series on Disney+ called Zenimation, which highlights the calmness of Disney animation and sound based on different themes.

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Kubo and the Two Strings Review

As usual, I am very late to seeing things when they come out. I heard about Kubo and the Two Strings by a now former coworker when it came out summer 2016, but just recently watched it on Netflix. But, a review is still helpful whenever it comes out, so here is mine.

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What to Watch: Tabletop

Recently, Geek and Sundry started it’s fourth season of the Wil Wheaton produced Tabletop, where well-known geeks come together to play a variety of board games. It is both entertaining and educational for those who love board games and those who are new.

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YouTube Red Originals Review

I watch YouTube and Twitch more than anything else, and the new YouTube Red Originals have caught my eye a few times. When I finally decided to purchase a subscription, I knew I was going to have to review some of the shows.

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What to Watch: Twitch pt. 2

I wrote a post awhile back about watching Twitch and using it as a way to be a game viewer. Now it has become one of my main forms of entertainment, especially for gaming content. But, when you are new-ish to Twitch, it’s kind of hard to find streamers to watch. I have the answers to that.

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What to Watch: Overwatch

If you aren’t very connected to the gaming community, then you probably have little knowledge of what Overwatch is. And if you are part of the gaming community, you have seen it’s explosion in popularity, especially with Monday’s launch day of the game. Prior to launch, Blizzard created animated shorts for different characters to add to the story of the multiplayer. And these you have to see.

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What to Watch: Twitch

I’ve mentioned in previous blog posts that I don’t play video games, but I avidly watch other people play games. My focus is on the story of the game or the artwork of the game, and how the gamer plays the game. So, I would watch on YouTube primarily, and then that connected me to Twitch.

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What To Watch: Life is Strange

So I am that person who watches other people play video games, and never play them myself. Yeah, it’s strange, but life is strange (heh get it?). Anyway, one of my recent games I watched through is Life is Strange, a game that focuses on a teenager who can control time and must save her classmates and friends from death and destruction.

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