Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Warframe MAG Statue: Please Read



Please be gentle when you assemble the Warframe MAG statue. She has small delicate parts. Due to her intricate design she has parts that are very small and fragile. Please take extra care during assembly. Please use provided glue to keep pieces in place permanently.

Monday, September 7, 2015

Sword Coast Legends Statue


Thank you to the Sword Coast Legends team for the honor of making the amazing statue for your game. We highly encourage everyone to order the game and statue at the link below.

Friday, June 26, 2015

San Diego Comic Con Warframe Excalibur Exclusive

The first exclusive for Symbiote Studios this year is the Warframe Excalibur Figure, based on the game from Digital Extremes. The 4″ figure comes equipped with gun and sword accessories, and a code for in-game use. Here’s the official description:

"Warframe Excalibur Figure: Based on Warframe, the groundbreaking game from Digital Extremes, this Warframe Excalibur figure exemplifies the sheer strength and power that Excalibur exudes. Symbiote Studios is pleased to offer you this first chance to own this figure in a whopping 4 inches cuteness. Comes with gun, sword accessories and code for in game use. Officially licensed from Digital Extremes, you won’t find a Warframe figure like this anywhere else. Will you stand beside Excalibur or in his way? Grab one today at Symbiote Studios booth 5636."





Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Review of Excalibur Statue

S/O to girlhero.net for reviewing our Excalibur statue. This is an oldie but a goodie!! #tbt #SDCC #Excalibur



http://girlhero.net/2014/08/20/review-sdcc-exclusive-warframe-excalibur-statue-unboxing/

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

GDC 2015


We are back from GDC 2015 in beautiful San Francisco. All of us who attended had a great time. It was great to meet with old friends and make new friends. Thanks again for such a great time. Special thanks to the Canadian Developers we met at the show.

Saturday, December 20, 2014

American Horror Story: Freak Show Ep. 10 "Orphans" Review



AHS: Freak show Ep. 10 “Orphans” Review
By Rob Jefchak


As the fall comes to a close, so do all of the TV shows for the season until January comes around. One of the trickiest things I find myself remembering is that this is NOT a season finale but a mid-season break. It’s important to remember AHS is going on a break because if I were to base the events of this final episode for the mid-season as a finale of sorts, I would be pretty furious and insanely horrified by this episode’s last shot. In the final episode for this year, the freaks mourn yet ANOTHER death in their family; which causes Pinhead Pepper to become horribly depressed and distraught as her world and family have fallen apart completely.

Stanley continues to worm his way into collecting chopped up freak parts under everyone’s nose; that is until Maggie breaks the silence to Desirae and reveals the horrors she and Stanley have been creating at the oddity museum. Dot and Betty offer their life savings to Maggie in order to free Jimmy from jail, Jimmy gets a disturbing offer from a visitor at his cell and we learned the sad past, present and future of the Pinheads through Elsa’s saddest story yet. 

Aside from the jaw dropping last shot that left everyone stunned, this actually turned out to be a painful yet peaceful finish for easily the show’s most overlooked character: the Pinheads (or Pepper in this case.) Who knew such simple characters had such a powerful and emotional backstory to be told? We have seen the Pinheads dancing and playing in the background with little focus or even dialog from them, yet the show has always established the characters purity and innocence amongst all the guilty sinners and bloodied hands under this big top. 

Pepper’s story is simple and yet holds such pain and emotion that it hits us like a freight train each time we see her reaction to the best and worst (mostly worst) times of her life. We’ve seen the freaks be insulted, mistreated and cast out by everyone imaginable, but nothing could have prepared us for what Pepper’s true family did to the sweet simpleton that resulted in her being locked up in a very “familiar” place (depending on past seasons one might have seen in this series). Seeing Maggie FINALLY snap out of it and show someone what Stanley has been doing behind closed jars was desperately needed, thankfully it was Desirae she confessed this too and for that I’m pleased. 

Desirae has strength, sass and a strong presence which is needed in this show. She makes things normal in an abnormal surrounding with her strong attitude and even seeing her talk with Dell demonstrated that despite all the crap he’s put her through; she’s strong and decent enough to walk away without being cruel. I can’t say too much on my reaction to Jimmy in this episode because to talk about it would give away a huge spoiler for the ending I previously hinted towards. I will say that I’m confused by Jimmy’s decision; even with his situation looking grim I cannot EVER fathom anyone would willingly agree to the deal he made with his jail time visitor. 

Elsa and Stanley remain in their same place, both scheming and lying to everyone and each other and nobody watching them is surprised (or interested) for that matter. I’m sure it’s all building up to something but after so many episodes of them pulling the same tricks on each other, you can’t help but worry and wonder if their comeuppance  really going to be worth the time they spent on these two’s dark dealings. 

With that, the season for this year comes to a (somewhat) close with previews of what’s to come in January. Shots of Neil Patrick Harris appearing as a demented magician already have me hooked and I cannot wait to see how things continue after the ending to this last episode. 

Here’s looking forward to another happy helping of horror story in 2015!