Publisher, mother, geek, executive assistant sith, gamer, writer, lazy succubus, blogger, bibliophile. Not necessarily in that order.
Meet Nilin. She is the star of DONTNOD’s 2013 video game Remember Me, but you may never have gotten to meet her if DONTNOD had conformed to the close-minded vision of some major gaming companies. The fact that Nilin was a woman meant that when the game was shown to potential publishers, many were discouragedREAD MORE
The gaming industry has expanded to include a wide variety of games well beyond the PC and console titles that have dominated the industry for so long. Mobile applications and social media games are now housed under the same umbrella as games like Call of Duty and Dragon Age, but some of the more elitistREAD MORE
My newest obsession is Funko’s Pop! collection of adorably geeky vinyl toys that now adorn my bookshelf. In order to curb my buy-all-the-things desires, I decided to limit myself to one representative from each of my favourite fandoms. My collection has already blossomed to include Panthro from Thundercats, Garrus Vakarian from Mass Effect, Brienne ofREAD MORE
Last night, Feminist Frequency‘s Anita Sarkeesian teased us with a little tweet. pic.twitter.com/nE0gwkx5Sh — Feminist Frequency (@femfreq) October 29, 2014 That’s right. Anita Sarkeesian appeared on last night’s episode of The Colbert Report. The gaming industry scandal has already made it to the mainstream media, but now that Stephen Colbert has his fingers on it,READ MORE