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Women in Gaming: an evening with Halo: Nightfall

Click here for my contribution to GeekGirlCon’s blog on Seattle’s first Women in Gaming event, a screening of Halo: Nightfall.

Video Gaming

Japanese ad for new PlayStation 4 function "Share Play" is surprisingly touching

There’s a stereotype about women and games. We can’t aim, we have no attention span, we only like cutesy games, we have to get our brothers/boyfriends/guy friends to clear the hard missions for us. 443 more words

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Opinion: On GamerGate

Over the last few months, a line has been drawn in the sand. On one side of that line are the gaming press and on the other are the proponents of a very loosely defined movement – operating under the hashtag ‘GamerGate’ – campaigning for greater transparency in the dealings of the mainstream games media. 956 more words

Computer Games

My Conflicting Thoughts on Bayonetta 2

**DISCLAIMER: SUGGESTIVE IMAGES WITHIN POST. THE IMAGES ARE NOT IMPORTANT TO POST, BUT GIVE VISUAL EXAMPLES OF ARGUMENTS GIVEN. VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED. THE GAME MENTIONED IN RATED M FOR MATURE, SO POST CONTENT WILL REFLECT MSRB RATING.** 765 more words

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Utahns in video game industry discuss state of women in games, recent death threats

SALT LAKE CITY — Earlier this week, a female video game critic canceled an appearance at Utah State University after death threats were made against her and school officials said they would not be able to prohibit firearms in the venue during the speech. 84 more words

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Bayonetta 2: Too Sexy for Feminism?

     Creator of Feminist Frequency, Anita Sarkeesian posted on her Twitter account disdain over the recently released game Bayonetta 2, criticizing it as being oversexualized attended for male gamers. 613 more words

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