I haven’t given up on Borderlands 2, but being as much of a fangirl as I am of BioWare, I had to put it on hold to pick up Dragon Age: Inquisition. Here’s the first As-I-Play post on Inquisition over … Read More »
So a few weeks back, the University’s PR firm inquired about taking a post from this blog and pushing it out – with minor modifications – to the world at large. This was, first and foremost, a minor source of … Read More »
So I recently returned from the National Women’s Studies Association conference where I moderated a fantastic panel on gender in games – looking at perceptions of players, perceptions of developers, journalism media, and pedagogy through a feminist lens. It was … Read More »
In the midst of all the craziness this year so far, I did manage to play Monument Valley (on a plane coming back from San Diego), and I loved it, so I wrote up a review for TLF.
So this is the week in which academic organizations are making their official statements about GamerGate. First, there was the ICA (International Communication Association), declaring its position on harassment and doxxing, along with some helpful tips on how to minimize … Read More »
So one of the other reactions on the internet to movements like Men’s Rights Advocates and GamerGate is a push for the end of Feminism. On the one hand, this makes me throw up my hands and want to bash … Read More »