Father’s Day Review: Loom – MarzGurl

MarzGurl remembers watching her dad playing this PC adventure game from LucasArts back when she was young, so let’s talk about Loom and its memories.

About MarzGurl

MarzGurl, a.k.a. Kaylyn Saucedo, is an Internet animation and gaming personality, known primarily for her work on Channel Awesome (home of other famed internet personalities such as The Nostalgia Critic and Linkara) and Screenwave Media (YouTube multi-channel network that hosts James Rolfe a.k.a. The Angry Video Game Nerd, Brentalfloss, and Team Four Star). She is also a former Crunchyroll news writer. She rose to fame for her in-depth, introspective, and satirical review videos for subjects such as dollar bin straight-to-video animation to the works of legendary animators such as Ralph Bakshi and Don Bluth, the former of who recognized and commended her work on his Twitter. She also runs her own thriving Twitch channel where she and her partner JoshKnightThe1st, a.k.a. Joshua Saucedo, produce the weekly nerd culture podcast Beyond The Black Rims. In 2015, she released her first feature length film “Farewell, FamiKamen Rider” which she co-produced, co-wrote, and co-directed with JoshKnightTheFirst. The film is a conclusion to the FamiKamen Rider web-series produced by late Internet personality Justin Carmical, a.k.a. JewWario, to whom the film is dedicated.

In recent years, MarzGurl has expanded her activities beyond the Internet realm to include live appearances at conventions. She has hosted panels at Anime Expo, MAGFest, Oni-Con, and many others. Her panels cover a wide variety of topics from animation, to Japanese culture, to her own work and the work of Channel Awesome. She has also become known for her widely popular Nerf Wars, where attendees compete in a variety of Nerf games in an environment designated by the event.

Leave a Reply

3 Comments on "Father’s Day Review: Loom – MarzGurl"


Thanks for making me feel very old! Played this on my third PC, the first one to have VGA 256 colors (I would have had to buy the 256 shades of grey version otherwise) and, yes it was unlike anything I’d played before.
Played every Lucasarts game after that, but too bad there never was a Loom 2.


2:11 – that guy in the blue hood. Did anyone else think, “I AM THE GREAT CORNHOLIO! I NEED TP!”


Not to nitpick, but the “Tales from Monkey Island” you showed is not a remake oder remaster but a completely new game. A shitty one, but still…

The actual remastered version of Monkey Island 1 and 2 are pretty awesome though. 🙂