Our adventure with Scodysk started off with a nine-year-old girl named Ib who had arrived at the Guertena Art Gallery with her parents for the very first time. Then everyone disappeared. And after that, things really got strange. Let’s see what happens next.
The TD crew continues with their Retro Tuesday Series. They take a look at decision-making with respect to some of the more pressing issues in Star Trek’s series.
Having wrapped up the amazing adventures into Undertale, our hero Scodysk begins a new adventure into the world of lb, a psychological horror video game published and developed by kouri.
In light of recent events in the real world, the TD crew is forgoing their normal Star Trek Strange New Worlds review show to discuss important matters occurring a lot closer to home. Check us out as we cover “Measure of a Man” and “Author, Author.”
Remember last week when we thought the game was finished? It turns out that Undertale, in all of its wonderful strangeness, is not actually complete once you finish the game. You have to play just a little bit more. Join our hero Scodysk and find out why this week.
The TD crew talks through Star Trek: Strange New Worlds “The Serene Squall,” episode seven of season one.
What a journey this adventure through the Undertale with Scodysk has been. We laughed. We cried. We had an amazing time. But now that Scodysk is approaching the end, will he finish out the Undertale in style? We think so!
Trekkers Delight examines Strange New Worlds sixth episode titled “Lift Us Up Where Suffering Cannot Reach.” This may be the first real misstep by this otherwise fantastic Star Trek series.
It’s been a bizarre and fun journey so far, and Parts 7 and 8 take us near to the end of the Scodysk’s Undertale stream. There is still lots to see and do, but we are approaching the conclusion of this amazing game.
Star Trek does Freaky Friday in “Spock Amok,” the fifth episode of Strange New Worlds. The TD Crew talks homages, humor, and body-swap consent.