In this week’s news, LGBTQ recognition for games, a Telltale lawsuit, and a weregamer. Also, deals!
Identity plays a part in every story. And when games fail to provide proper representation, customizable main characters just aren’t the final solution.
Super Seducer 2: Advanced Seduction Techniques manages to be even worse than its predecessor thanks to its poor attempts at diversity and grating “humor.”
The Sidequest crew discusses politics in games, including how games can get sensitive issues right and why we like playing games that push us.
Telltale Games shuts down, Bowsette takes the stage, and a whole lot of deals in this week’s gaming news roundup.
Angie Wenham shares her thoughts on the downsides of Nine Worlds, including the disappointing respose to criticisms made of the convention’s treatment of people of colour.
Joesph Langdon explains how Death’s Gambit’s resemblence to another famous, punishing game is only the beginning of its appeal.
Wendy Browne chronicles the experience of running a game of D&D for an intrepid group of 10 to 13-year-olds. Hilarious? Yes. Terrifying? Just a little bit.
In this week’s gaming news: the Spider-Man proposal isn’t what it seems, Riot gets to work, and Leisure Suit Larry might be better than we think. Also, deals!
Angie Wenham shares her experiences at this year’s Nine Worlds. In Part One, she discusses the positive panels and inclusivity she experienced.