Happy Sunday, friends! We’re back again to celebrate another great week of video game discussion with you. It’s well-known that our hobby (and for some of us, our livelihood) is an expensive one, so Heather O analyzed the replayability value in terms of genre with surprising results. Lindsay was next to lament the issues she had playing ArcheAge as well as several other MMORPGs (jiggle physics, ugh). In stark contrast to many think pieces, Ruth found some truth in the way The Witcher 3 handled gender inequality, which she broke down in terms of Cerys and Ciri. Then Lindsay joined us again with a recap of her brief foray into point-and-click adventure games—both the good and the very, very bad. We welcomed Okapi to the team this week with her review of Interruption Junction, a little indie game with a much bigger message under the surface.
Perhaps most importantly! We’re currently running two of our largest giveaways yet in order to welcome over 1K followers on Twitter and Tumblr. 💕 To celebrate all that you bring to our community, you can enter to win either the entire Dragon Age or Mass Effect series. Yes, you read that correctly.
With that out of the way, let’s get to the reason you’re all here: FEMINISM. DIVERSITY. VIDEO GAMES. SERIOUSLY WITTY GEEKS WITH TWITTER ACCOUNTS. ✊👉