Sunday Loot: Top Tweets From This Week

Happy Sunday, friends! This week, Kiva started us off by sharing her incredibly touching story when she experienced homelessness as a gamer. After, Ashley B visited for a queer reading of Chloe Price in Life Is Strange. Then DesertFox was kind enough to chat with me about Over The Hills And Far Away, a game seeking funding on Kickstarter. Ruth covered the much-anticipated release of Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China, which features a woman as the protagonist. Let’s give Ubisoft some claps, yeah? 👏 Ellalune also joins us for the first time with her girl game dev call-to-arms! If you’re currently in the industry or looking to jump in, I highly recommend you join the discussion. And don’t forget! We’re also giving away two bundles of free games. 🎉 You only have a few days left to enter, and it only takes one reblog (or more, if you’re super excited).

With that, I bring you my curated list of all the latest tweets from this week that inspire me to keep fighting. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been playing games since you were old enough to button-smash a controller or you literally just watched your first Let’s Play a few hours ago: you’re here, which makes you a gamer. These are the tweets from women and our supporters making the massive shift in games culture worthwhile!

https://twitter.com/AndrastesTits/status/594191526412066817

 

 

https://twitter.com/kat_blaque/status/593911671854272512

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://twitter.com/EmmaKidwell/status/592749364000460800

 

 

 

 

 

[Editor’s Note: If at any time you don’t feel comfortable with your tweets being used in our Sunday Loot series, let us know by emailing femhype@gmail.com and we’ll make sure you’re added to our removal list. ♥]
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