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    Rachel Stevens

    Staff Writer. Rachel J Stevens is a transgender woman living in Seattle, Washington, originally from Michigan. She loves science fiction, music, bright colors, and combinations thereof. She spends entirely too much time reading on the internet and thinking about robots.

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  • The Right Number: A Review of Hotline Miami 2

    The Right Number: A Review of Hotline Miami 20

    • October 1, 2015

    Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number Devolver Digital/Dennaton Games March 10th 2015 I was gifted the first Hotline Miami game ages ago and adored it. Beautiful colors, intense gameplay, unnerving artwork and confusing narrative + story theming, and the most amazing soundtrack to a video game I’d ever played. I was looking forward to the sequel

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  • Women in the Toy Army: Marauder Task Force Valkyries Kickstarter

    Women in the Toy Army: Marauder Task Force Valkyries Kickstarter2

    • September 11, 2015

    Looking for non-sexualized action figures of female soldiers that you can repurpose for your preferred modern day setting? Marauder has you covered. Following on last year’s Task Force Gaming Figures, Marauder launched a line of intentionally generic female soldiers in various paint jobs and with customizable gear setups to use as you see fit. They’re

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  • Books That Shaped Me: I, Robot

    Books That Shaped Me: I, Robot0

    • August 11, 2015

    It was with some trepidation that I picked Isaac Asimov’s I, Robot as part of WWAC’s “Book That Shaped Me” series. I know that there’s probably something a little off about picking something written by a man in the 1940s and 1950s. Couldn’t I have picked something else? I was a voracious reader as a

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  • Muppets, Dresses, Yarn, and Co-Op: Nintendo’s Exceedingly Cute E3 Presentation

    Muppets, Dresses, Yarn, and Co-Op: Nintendo’s Exceedingly Cute E3 Presentation1

    • June 16, 2015

    Nintendo’s E3 presentation pretty much erupted my Twitter timeline into explosions of surprise and joy, after cynicism and low expectations. Starting the show with honest to god Muppet versions of some of the head honchos of Nintendo that morphed into representations of characters from Star Fox Zero, due for a release this winter. We saw

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