Recently Lore has added a second series called Fast Facts to the channel. These shorts are facts that are said in a rapid manner. There is also Checkpoint, which gives a similarly quick summary of a game's story, so naturally there will be spoilers.
Beginning 2015, the show has began telling lores of other media including movies and TV shows. After a brief hiatus in 2016, the show returned with a new logo and theme song.
It also updates thrice weekly, with a game Lore on Mondays, Fast Facts on Wednesday, and either a developer Lore or a Checkpoint on Fridays.
Includes examples of:
- Catchphrase: Have fun!
- Creator Cameo: Special Lore episode will have the voice actor of said franchise narrating the episode. (eg. Kira Buckland in the Skull Girls episode)
- Call-Back: In the episode for Uncharted, Nathan Drake is seen stealing things from Lara Croft.
- Early Installment Weirdness: Earlier Lore episodes contains songs from games they were narrating. Recent episodes no longer do that.
- Gamer Girl: Some of the narrators.
- Motor Mouth: Pretty much required by all of the narrators to get the Lore under a minute, though some episodes are easier than others.
- Oh, Crap!: "Have fun."
- Once an Episode: The aforementioned "Have fun!", usually coupled with at least one character (Usually the player character) from the series being covered having an Oh, Crap! expression.
- Running Gag: A Wailmer can commonly be seen in scenes with a forest.
- Shout-Out: Lara Croft's treasures, including a diamond from Minecraft.
- Something Completely Different:
- The Animal Crossing, SkiFree and Flappy Bird lores have nothing to do with the respective games, but speculate on the Villager, the Yeti and Flappy respectively. It paints the Villager as a Yandere being cheated out by Tom Nook, the Yeti as an exiled Microsoft employee out for revenge, and Flappy as losing sleep and delirious while trying to cope with the nightmarish world around it.
- The Stan Lee lore episode does not have the Catchphrase "Have Fun".
- Stealth Pun: Their "Have Fun" tee shows a hunk of dead meat on the box cover. Considering how characters usually act by video's end, this comes as no surprise.