Tag Archives: gaming

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 [...]

Pokémon Y: First Impressions

In just a little over a week I managed to eat, sleep and pretty much breathe Pokemon Y to point where I completed the main plot line, beat t [...]

Ladies I have loved: Junon

So I was reacquainted with my favorite game of all time recently, Dragon Force for the Sega Saturn. It’s an interesting take on the RTS ge [...]

WINGS 101: Privilege and Videogames

I am going to try to relate privilege to the topic of video games and media in general. Please check the Further Reading section at the bott [...]

Feminist Ethics in Computing Science and Gaming

Hey readers! This post reflects my opinion only. 🙂 Ethics and Computing Science seems to be desperately lacking a feminist perspective. I [...]

Presence of Female Enemies in Video Games (or Lack of)

There usually are not female enemies in video games. By that, I mean the nameless grunts that the player kills by the hundreds over the cour [...]

The Suspension of Disbelief in Games and the Female Body

Last week we read an interesting post on costume design that discussed the concept of sexiness and the relationship between gender and costu [...]

WINGS 101: Women in Game Studies Start!

Welcome to the first attempt of a couple of undergrads to critically examine Gender in New Media. Specifically looking at the representation [...]
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