Melissa, Zainabb, and Heather chat about indie games in light of July’s premier Love Indies Week, discussing the positives and negatives of the field.
Talk surrounding violence in the trailer for The Last of Us Part II has focused on the intense violence. But is the problem the violence, or who commits it?
In this week’s gaming news, we have the Overwatch Summer Games, a gaming marketplace, and some intriguing new features for Twitch! And, of course… deals!
That Ōkami has gone so long without critiques of the misogynistic ways it treats its female characters speaks to Western gaming’s skewed views of Japan.
Angie Wenham takes a look at the Graveyard Keeper alpha, and finds a fun management game despite the bugs.
Joey and Melissa continue their adventures in Eco, discovering that it’s not all that hard to let power corrupt, even with the best of intentions.
In this week’s news post, we have exciting times for tabletop games, a whole bunch of new games, and some undue censorship–and deals!
Handheld consoles are hardly ever discussed in console gaming circles, and while the retro crowd’s all over the NES classic and SNES classic, the Game Boy got left behind. Tia means to redress this injustice by letting you in on just how much you’re missing.
Battle For Azeroth’s pre-patch event puts druids in a tough position, one that has Heather Wells questioning the game’s approach to storytelling.
The Game Designers trailer failed to feature any women or people of color, inspiring us to ask: whose stories are promoted in the board game community? Why?