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GeekGirlCon Panel Recap: In Conversation: Anita and Zoe

One of the biggest turnouts at GeekGirlCon ’15 was for a panel that was announced at the last minute. “In Conversation, Anita and Zoe” featured special guests Anita Sarkeesian (creator of… 867 more words

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Review: Remember Me

Dontnod Entertainment is clearly a developer to watch. They scored a well-deserved hit with 2015’s Life is Strange, as noted in my end of year list… 961 more words

Video Games

New Entries: Remember Me

A topic that comes up a great deal when we are out and about talking to Mums and Dads (and teachers and social workers and Guide troop leaders and Scout Masters and Aunties and Uncles and Grandparents and the bloke who nosily asked what I was reading on the bus last Thursday and got a 20 minute long explanation) is about the representation of women in games. 413 more words

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On Women’s Bodies & Violent Men in the 'Life Is Strange’ Finale

[Trigger warning: Discussions of sexual assault and violence against women. Please take care before reading.]

Although it is neither new nor surprising, violence against women in video games still feels more and more like an inevitability. 1,867 more words

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Women in Games: #5 Rosalina (Mario universe)

Illustration of Rosalina from the Mario games – Mario Kart 8.

Ilustração da Rosalina dos jogos de Mario – Mario Kart 8.

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Women in Games: #4 Kid (Chrono Cross)

Illustration of Kid from Chrono Cross.

Ilustração da Kid de Chrono Cross.

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Steph's 'Best women characters in games'

So Dandelion and I thought we’d each do a post on the most inspiring elements of games for us. This first post is a list of my top 5 women in games which will be followed by my wonderful counterpart as we almost never agree on this things but that is why this blog is so much fun. 2,157 more words

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