Category Archives: MMOGs

Assessing the Female Voice: Why Modern Games Are Not Ready for Psychologically-Accurate Female Narratives.

    While VentureBeat and Polygon can spend all their time pressing game developers/writers for -potentially burning- commentary on the subject of women in gaming, some of us actually, you know, play games, and, surprisingly, some of us are attuned … Continue reading

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Wherein Discussions are Rekindled.

I am here; I figure if I lay it out here, things will make sense. Here? San Francisco here. *nods* Go on… It has been…god…almost six months since moving to this City. Six months–a new year, new films, new books…all … Continue reading

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Collecting: FEAR-ing a Speculative Practice

It’s become apparent that, though I attest to be a follower of many things, perhaps even to a fanatic level, one instantiation being my Trekkie-ness, I lack a level of subservience, an undying commitment to, and loyalty for the object … Continue reading

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Replaying, Recycling, and Paying It Forward

For my first foray into discussing online games, I was hoping for a different topic than this, something more introductory and broad-spanning. It is, however, perhaps more relevant to discuss what is of more temporal immediacy, that being, the issue … Continue reading

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