Shut Up! Cartoons, Vintage Beef And More Join EXP
The Escapist's newest channel has expanded to include several new partners from around the web.
With the launch of the Escapist Extras Program (Also known as EXP) over a month ago, The Escapist is happy to have added several new program partners, each bringing their own exciting content to The Escapist's newest channel.
Check out some info on our most recent additions:
Meta by The Pod Media
Becoming famous is hard. Becoming famous on the Internet doubly so. Follow the adventures of Dan and Dave, creators of the webcomic Sketch, as they try to discover just what it takes to find fame and fortune in the most lawless place known to mankind. Will they succeed? Probably not. Find out every Monday at noon!
Gamerhub.tv brings you the biggest names in entertainment, sports and video games through exclusive interviews from events big and small all around the globe from E3 to Comic-Con to Gamescom. The site talks to everyone from game developers to Hollywood celebrities to Hall of Fame athletes about the burgeoning video game industry. The site has camera crews based in Los Angeles, New York City and San Francisco to capture events, world premieres and other big gaming and entertainment personalities.
Shut Up! Cartoons
Because the real world couldn't handle this much awesome, we at Smosh decided to make some cartoons. So Shut Up! and watch them. And then watch them again because they are much funnier the second time.
A veteran Let's Player, Vintage Beef is bringing Steve vs. Steve, a Spy vs. Spy inspired series set in the Minecraft universe, to EXP.
As the EXP program grows, be sure to keep an eye out for new content and program partners and, if you have a favorite game-related video producer, game reviewer, YouTube personality, or other creator you want to recommend, please let us know in the forums.
Just keep Anthony and Ian away from us. We don't need any YouTubers who think yelling makes you funny.
EEP has been pretty weak so far. Steve vs Steve is good and Meta is okay, a bit rough around the edges but there seems to be some promise. At least now there is something other than the Screw Attack crap.
I enjoyed the ScrewAttack stuff, and I try to keep an open mind about this kind of thing. But, I may avoid EXP altogether if I have to worry about sorting through Smosh content. I gave them a chance before, and I'm pretty sure I lost a few brain cells.
One idea I wouldn't mind seeing is some sort of thing with OCRemix, like a Track Of The Day, or Week.
Plenty of awesome music mixes there that people should have a listen to. I know that a couple of tracks from there are used occasionally (in Jim and Yahtzee's Rhymedown Spectacular, and the Podcast, I believe) but there's just so many great songs there.
a bit late to annoice isnt it?
also i hate that its all piled into one. why cant you release those under seperate titles. you dont want to put yathzee and unskippable into same list, so why do you want to put those 4 into the same list? i would very much prefer if they were going as seperate series, because after all they are series with their own names and not a one-time-off things that goes to escapists present and stuff.