Yearly Archives: 2014

Ladies I have Loved: Melanie Bronson

System Shock 2 is a game that I speak of frequently; I seriously love this game. It has many great female characters that each have their ow [...]

Why #GamerGate Has To End

If you haven’t heard of #GamerGate in the past few weeks, or months if you’ve been with us from the start, I am extremely jealous of you [...]

The Importance of Being Clementine

I adore the Telltale Games adventure games. They’re engaging, interesting, surprising and a wonderful modern look at Point-and-Click adven [...]

Feminist Community Building Panel at Geek Girl Con 2014

Last weekend I was able to attend the fantastic, feminist Geek Girl Con 2014. This is a place of magical girls and feminist friendly dreams [...]

About the Use of Audio Logs in Video Games

I personally like audio logs as a storytelling medium. You can stay in the action while you listen to it, rather than having to pause the ga [...]

Your Fingers Will be Dancing Mad: Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call Review

A couple of weeks back I downloaded Curtain Call, the sequel to Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, a rhythm game by Final Fantasy creators Square-En [...]

Approach with Caution: Legend of Korra game

**Warning: Excessive gif usage ahead** I don’t if you’re aware of this but the Legend of Korra is pretty great. It’s the literal spiri [...]

Fighting like a Girl: Representation in Towerfall and Super Smash Bros

Recently in between trying to salvage something readable out of a paper written on Tomb Raider, cleaning a messy apartment, and battling a p [...]

South Park the Stick of Truth & Coping Mechanisms

***Mild Spoilers Ahead***   Let me start out by saying, I don’t hate South Park. I actually quite enjoy it in all it’s satirical, r [...]

A Survey of League of Legends Champions from a Gendered Perspective

The following is a statistical analysis of the League of Legends Champion’s character design from a gendered perspective. In this anal [...]
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