It’s annual list time where I share things I liked in the last year. I usually try to write about things I haven’t written about before, but the world is not what it was and perhaps next year I will be back to that or perhaps on to […]
At the Guardian, Tauriq Moosa writes about the Mass Effect Trilogy. “This year, when everyone has been encouraged to isolate and death has been omnipresent, experiencing a grand narrative of community has been fulfilling. Mass Effect carefully balances the personal and the political in Shepard’s place in the […]
“In the world of online film discourse, there’s a veritable cottage industry devoted to bringing certainty to ambiguity.” The Dissolve has more. Meanwhile, Film Critic Hulk writes about film logic, plot holes and “THE ONLY ANSWER THAT ACTUALLY MATTERS.”
An armorer has some suggestions about balancing functionality, character and story in “fantasy armor and lady bits.”
Becky Chambers breaks down the controversy around the ending of Mass Effect 3 in a spoiler-free, accessible and interesting article at The Mary-Sue.
The Border House is a gaming website dedicated to “breaking down borders in gaming” and analyze games from a feminist viewpoint. This month they have stories on “The Women of Mortal Kombat“; “102 Quadrillion Unique Male Character Variants, 0 Female Characters“; and Turning the Tabletop: A Look at […]