Tag Archives: women in game studies

Ladies I Have Loved: Recent League Characters (Gendered Survey of League of Legends Champs Follow Up)

Way back in August of 2014 I wrote an article that was a survey of League of Legends champions from a gendered perspective. Since then Riot [...]

How do I get into the Games Industry?

I have done several panels in the past few years and this is by far the most asked question. Just to clarify, I am inexperienced, but I am a [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Postmortem: Bioshock Infinite

I finished playing Bioshock Infinite this summer, and I have been mulling on the game for some time. I was really impressed by the art and s [...]

A Movement Encouraging Girls to Code and Make Games

This post is a hearty plug for a lot of cool stuff happening in order to address the gender gap in Computing Science. So this evening I was [...]

WINGS 101: Learning Race and Racism from Videogames

The intention of this post is to initiate a conversation about the treatment of race in games. Countless resources have been written about t [...]

Fire Emblem Awakening, Gender, and Heteronormativity

****THIS POST CONTAINS SPOILERS**** Let me start this post by saying, Fire Emblem Awakening is one of the best RPGs games I have ever played [...]
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