Tag Archive | gamers

Space for Rent: The Gordian Knot of Interactive Fiction


    Tweet of the Day:  Stop Saying You Only Care About Quality in the Same Breath That You Argue Against Diversity ——- It seems that the confusion between what is and isn’t a game continues. I heard two video game podcast struggle with that issue when discussing a new product called Everyone Gone to […]

Space for Rent: The White Savior in Video Games


Tweet of the Day: In Humility and Privilege ——– Yes, I just noticed this trend. What trend am I talking about? The White Savior trend in video games where in a white male hero swoops in  and saves the day. Now, the easy and lazy explanation for this phenomenon is that most game designers are […]

Weekend Roundup: April 21-27


  Tweet of the Day: The Littlest PA: A Story of a Middle Child ——- Good news everybody! Ahem, I am now the newest contributor to Koobismo.com ( link to first article here ) a game fan sight made by fans and game designers alike. I sent a couple of game related re-prints to them […]

Sunday Treat: A History of Video Games with Richard Garriott


Tweet of the Day: EA Employee Chastises Company Over SimCity in Public Letter ——- This time around we have an extended interview with Richard Garriot, better known as Lord British (of the Origins/Ultima games franchise). This is an extended pitch for his new project on Kickstarter, but it also gives us a fascinating glimpse at […]

More Writers Blogs and Resources


Another Friday, another list of writer’s blogs and resources for writers. Long on the first category, short on the second. The Blogs: W.I.P.: Work in Progress is Rosemerry’s blog where she traces the development of her current project. Interesting read. Isaac Espriu’s Place: Blog covering the life and times of a full time writer, hour […]