• Love the Tortall Books? Play These Five Games

    Love the Tortall Books? Play These Five Games0

    • July 17, 2017

    Tamora Pierce, the author who created Tortall, has been critical to my growth as a writer and a person. (I should have known I was non-binary when I tried to bind my chest like Alanna, but also still wanted to be a girl!) Loving Tortall as much as I do means that I’m always on

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  • Monument Valley 2 is a Delightful, But Too Safe Sequel

    Monument Valley 2 is a Delightful, But Too Safe Sequel0

    To open, Monument Valley 2 is to enter a pastel world of strange, wonderful landscapes, where everything is M. C. Escher and physics aren’t real. There’s nothing quite like the satisfying mental click when you finally crack its nonsense puzzles by sliding a set of stairs into an unlikely place or rotating a wheel just so

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  • Get Your Game On: Doomfist, Splatoon 2, and More

    Get Your Game On: Doomfist, Splatoon 2, and More0

    • July 12, 2017

    Happy Wednesday! What game have you been playing the most lately? I’m up to level 26 in Horizon Zero Dawn, and today I played the first hour of Tomb Raider. I’m also enjoying NieR: Automata. Let us know on Twitter or in the comments what you’re playing and what upcoming games you’re excited about.

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  • Diaries of a Pathfinder Sex Idiot: Flirtroductions

    Diaries of a Pathfinder Sex Idiot: Flirtroductions0

    Welcome to the first installment of Diaries of a Pathfinder Sex Idiot! In case this is not obvious, this is my personal account of my adventures in Mass Effect: Andromeda romance storylines, quite frankly my favourite part of any Mass Effect game. My Pathfinder, Fiona, has been in cryo for 600 years, and she didn’t

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  • Sleuthing, Seducing: Kendal Crawford’s Sorority Sister Sleuths

    Sleuthing, Seducing: Kendal Crawford’s Sorority Sister Sleuths0

    As a devotee of all things visual novel and a self-admitted sucker when it comes to a good mystery, one glance at the plot summary for Sorority Sister Sleuths: London Calling had me salivating over my keyboard. Quester Entertainment’s most recent mystery/romance adventure tells the story of three young women: Veronica, Anna, and Tatyana. After

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  • The Sims 4: Parenthood, or, how Millennials are Killing Family, Too

    The Sims 4: Parenthood, or, how Millennials are Killing Family, Too2

    The Sims 4 has been out for almost three years now, and I’ve been playing it almost since launch. I’ve bought DLC after DLC but, until now, none addressed my one major qualm about the base game: its lack of family-oriented gameplay features. But with the addition of the Toddler life-stage earlier this year, and

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