Sunday Loot: Top Tweets From This Week + Bonus

Happy Sunday, friends! We’ve got quite the haul for you today, so make sure you aren’t overencumbered. This was the week of E3 2015, which began with a discussion about a brief segment during the Fallout 4 reveal potentially being read as transphobic. LA Ryter brought us a detailed review of Dead Island, both on its positive and negative portrayals of diversity. Then Katie joined us with the loopholes she found in the cult classic Five Nights at Freddy’s. Megan E made her debut with her take on how Bethesda handled its presentation of Dishonored 2 in comparison to other companies at the conference this year. And to no one’s surprise, we rounded up all the favorite E3 games from both our amazing community and writing team. We also received a generous donation of The Secret World base game code, which we’re currently handing off as a freebie! So don’t forget to enter our giveaway. 🙏

Ready for all the tweets from the E3 2015 floor? Here’s what witty as all hell gamers were saying this week. Plus, we’re curating our second ever watch list for anyone interested in the latest indie games, development resources, and fun opportunities available in the industry right now!

https://twitter.com/AndrastesTits/status/611512011743186944

https://twitter.com/cathexing/status/610122219029553152

Watch List

Still want more? Here’s a list of all the newest indie projects and resources we’re really digging this past week. Keep an eye on these!

[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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