Women in Gaming: Borderlands 3 Mission Designer Kate Pitstick

In the veritable shadow of larger-than-life statues of new Borderlands 3 characters at E3 2019, mission and level designer Kate Pitstick got to see...

Equipping Your Emotions in Crystar

Though action RPG Crystar is already available in its native Japan, it will be heading to North America and Europe later this month. Along...

A Community’s Lifespan in Dialect: A Game About Language and How...

Embodying the spirit of encompassing all gaming, the IndieCade showcase at E3 2019 featured tabletop games too. This included Thorny Games’ Dialect: A Game...

#Voices4Devs: Voice Actors Give Online Support for Game Unionization

As more people working in video games try to form their own union, they’ve recently gotten another burst of online support. Apparently starting on...
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BadLand Publishing Stole Money From a Disabled Toddler

As if you thought gaming couldn't get any worse after the whole Rape Day fiasco it turns out that Badland Publishing went and stole...

Classic Dragon Ball Antagonist Cell Finds New Life in Games

Dragon Ball FighterZ has been phenomenally well-received on a wide scale, sparking the interest of long-time franchise fans, the general fighting game community, the...
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NPCs Massacre Game Shows Steam Still Isn’t Doing Enough

Steam recently did something notable, it actually blocked a horrendous game from appearing on their storefront. It's notable because their policy up until this...

Troll Games and their Place in Gaming Culture

It is hard to make a good game, it may even be harder to make a game that sells well. Some focus only on...
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Anthem Reviews Aren’t Being Censored

Every few years the remnants of GamerGate re-emerges to attempt to construct an outrage over something. Between complaining about any form of diversity or...

Apex Legends Accessibility Options Shows other Battle Royales Up

Apex Legends is the latest game to burst onto the battle royale scene, releasing on February 4th. A character-based version of the popular online multiplayer...
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Donkey Kong 64: A Marxist Interpretation

Donkey Kong 64 is one of the most seminal games of the 90s. The collectathon platformer re-cast a former villain in a brand new role...

Indie Appreciation on the Switch

This past holiday season was a good one for the Nintendo Switch. Mario Party, Super Smash Bros, and Pokemon Let's Go were huge successes....
Image of Videl and the Great Saiyaman (a.k.a. Gohan) from “Dragon Ball FighterZ.” They look ready to fight. Videl is a young woman with short dark hair, wearing a white tank top over a purple shirt, black shorts, and fingerless gloves. The Great Saiyaman is a young man that looks like a superhero, with clothing like a red cape, green tunic, and dark sunglasses.

Videl in Dragon Ball FighterZ: Blasting Past the Glass Ceiling to...

Like many things, Dragon Ball and its shonen genre have a history of male-heavy casts with an emphasis on action. The most featured characters...

Streamer Raises Funds with Donkey Kong 64 Charity Stream

On January 18th, Twitch streamer Hbomberguy tweeted "here we go....HERE WE FREAKING GO". With that simple message, he started a stream that would attract...

Soldier 76, Gay Icon

Blizzard recently brought Soldier: 76 out of the closet. A new short story, Bastet, brings new lore about two fan favorites, Ana and Jack Morrison...
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Motion Controls Bring Fitness Home

When Nintendo originally released the Wii in 2006, with it came Wii Fit, Zumba, Just Dance, and a host of other games that were all...