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As the MQ staff works from home, Poppy struggles with solitude while Brad and David start a charitable competition.
The episode was rated from 267 votes.
From inception to demise, the life cycle of video game Dark Quiet Death.
The episode was rated from 531 votes.
Ian challenges a hacker to an epic in-game showdown.
The episode was rated from 411 votes.
With his workforce unionizing, Ian faces a looming departure, the game’s future, and the meaning of two words: Blood Ocean.
The episode was rated from 389 votes.
As Poppy weighs a difficult decision, Ian whisks her away on a mysterious road trip.
The episode was rated from 401 votes.
The development team must take decisive action when the internet discovers a dark group of gamers congregating in Mythic Quest.The episode was rated from 458 votes.
When Pootie_Shoe announces that he’s no longer playing Mythic Quest, the team needs to find a new star streamer to promote it.The episode was rated from 429 votes.
Poppy steps out for a meeting and Mythic Quest headquarters descends into chaos.The episode was rated from 417 votes.
As the hit video game Mythic Quest prepares to launch its newest update, creator Ian Grimm obsesses over a seemingly minor detail.The episode was rated from 628 votes.
Brad takes the day off to prove a point, leaving Poppy and David to keep the game afloat. Dana and Rachel have a girls’ night in.The episode was rated from 504 votes.
Last updated: nov 28, 2021
It misrepresents its target audience and the stories are barely funny. It also misrepresents most of the gaming industry as p2w games are still in the minority and while they might be successful financially their player bases usually look like sh**. Its kind of sad that the best Episode was the one not having anything to do with the main story. The Team from "Dark Quiet Death" looked way more compelling. Not least because it was semi-realistic, compared to the totally ridiculous rest of the show.
As a developer this show sounds like a shit client asking for changes in a project that should not even exist, but it does because the client has money. Guess who is the developer and the client in this history?!
It's not even remotely funny. Dropped it. Sad to stop two shows at their first day. Locke & Key and this one.
**Silicon Valley** meets **The Office (US)**... halfway. Halfway but still pretty good and funny :grin: I don’t consider myself to be a gamer and I don’t think the target audience is only gamers. It’s more about (game) development and the human interactions in such an office :joystick::boom::man::desktop_computer: Ps: only watched 3 episodes so far...
this is so great, i dont get the hate. i was only going go test the pilot and ended up seeing it all in a row . funny, witty, smart!
Many threads left open for season 2, but I'm doubtful it will come. Probably won't bother with s2 regardless. An average overreaching comedic drama.
One of the best comedy I have watched in recent times! Especially each member of the cast nailed their roles making me connect to different people in my work experience.
Amazing show really enjoyed it
Wow, this is bad. Struggled through episode one. My quest continues into E2....
I started watching this show on the premise that, like IASIP, it would be a pure comedy show. Alas, as the show progresses, elements of romance and drama became more prevalent. This blend of genres is a bit worn out. And unfortunately, I'm at a stage where these templates are starting to feel a bit dreary.
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While we celebrated the Pride month just now, why not talk about some awesome TV shows focused on LGBT characters. What if you want to learn about the people at large but you realize that there is no diversity in your close social circles. That’s when a good TV series can enlighten you with the ideas and realities. It can also save you from awkward moments in the real life by providing the right insights.
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