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.
The Sidequest crew shares our thoughts on this year’s E3, including what we’re excited for, what let us down, and why we’re always bummed about prices.
Inspired by Chris Leddy’s viral tweet, we’ve asked our writers to think about five games that are important to them and why.
Bury Me, My Love is a compelling game that explores important and emotional themes, but not without replicating western patriarchal and paternalistic beliefs.
Ayo: A Rain Tale is a beautiful and engaging representation of the struggle to find clean drinking water for women around the world.