Tag Archive | gaming

Lessons Learned Podcast: Implementing Diversity in Video Games


        More on diversity with my co-host Chapomon:  

Wondering where I have been?


Tweet of the Day: At the Bias: Mansplaning and the Power of Naming   Well I have been streaming! Yes, I have my own gaming stream channel and the game that I’m playing right now is Apotheon, a Greek Mythology based sidescrawler/platformer game.  You can join the stream at 9:00 p.m. Eastern (U.S.) or catch […]

Tropes Monday: Tropes Vs. Women Comes to an End


  Tweet of the Day:  The Mismeasure of Media  Tropes vs. Women, a web series helmed by Anita Sarkeesian has come to an end. Long time readers know that I was and still am a fan of the series due to its concise, critical analysis of tropes in the medium of video games from a […]

Genre in a Shoebox


    Tweet of the Day: Bustin’ Makes Boys Feel Sad- Why Ghostbusters is So Hated  As I delved deep insight a dwemer (dwarves in The Elder Scrolls games) ruin in Skyrim, I remember how much I loved exploring the halls full of steam pipes, robots and weird techo-magical devices. Which is weird because the […]

Interview with Matt Conn, designer of Read Only Memories


  Tweet of the Day: Why Diverse Games: Starting Close to Home  ——- I often write about representation, race, ethnicity, diversity in media. Now I had a chance to talk with someone knee deep in bringing the LGBT+ community to the larger gaming community: ——-

Tru-Fans(tm) vs. Consumers


  Tweet of the Day: An Interview with Jim Sterling about sexism in game culture ——– The eternal struggle between the dedicated Tru-Fans™ vs. the Considerate Consumer:   ——–  

First Interview on my Channel


    A quick update to let you know that I have posted the first interview with a game developer on my gaming You Tube channel: