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Tony Ponce was able to build this AMA in a cave

The other day, the lovely Brittany Vincent posted an AMA so that the readers could get to know their favorite new editor a little better. I love it when the "big dawgs" open themselves up to the community like that....   more



ADDENDUM: Linkle IS female Link after all!

Hey, everyone! As you might have noticed, I've decided to start doing musings again in my spare time. It's been too long since I've written anything that wasn't weighed down by deadlines or the need to be run past a group o...   more



The Legend of Korra proves why we need a female Link

I just got around to watching the Book 3 finale of The Legend of Korra (heart-wrenching ending, I might add). I'm always amazed by how good that show is. Sure, it doesn't quite reach the same lofty heights as The Last Airbe...   more



So, you want to be my friend...

So... if you met me at a party would you walk up and hand me a picture of lesbian porn?  I don't really care if you're female, or if you're gay, but you might want to introduce yourself first and say "hi", before giving me ...   more



10 reasons why Elsa is always right...

1.  If you're a male, you're wrong.  One thing I've learned from gaming media in recent years is that being a woman makes me always right.  Apparently I lack "privilege" even though I'm a middle class white woman with a n...   more



2013: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

So 2013 draws to a close, and everyone's putting up their best games and moments and such. I figured I might as well join in. It seemed like a quaint little idea. There's a problem though. As I've said in the past, I'm terri...   more

2013: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly


Dtoid GOTY 2013: Chris Carter's picks

I try to make a lot of time to play videogames. This year, I've played around 270 new games. That's new in 2013, as in, newly released this year, and doesn't include replays or retro titles. So as you can imagine, I had a lot...   more



The invisibility of the older woman...

I'm currently 51 and frankly, when I hit 50... shit happened.  I stopped dying my hair only to find out that I no longer had dark brown hair, but instead when the sun hits my locks, you could be blinded from the silver refl...   more



Sui Generis Pre-Alpha Footage

It's shameless promotion time, everyone. While I had written something else for this week, it has unfortunately been put to one side for the time being. Instead, and because I don't already see it being mentioned, I wanted t...   more

Sui Generis Pre-Alpha Footage


Front Loaded

Note: this post has spoilers for Fire Emblem: Awakening. First impressions matter. If a game fails to hook the audience then it can wind up being banished to the pit of the forgotten (though frankly, I have a soft spot for...   more

Front Loaded


Great things are on the way: I'm now heading up reviews for Destructoid

I'll keep this brief. Destructoid has had a few losses lately. Tony and Jim in particular are dear friends of mine (who I will follow across the ends of the internet), and it's sad to see them go. But make no mistake! They ...   more



My Top Ten Pokémon

In case you haven’t noticed yet – which is always a possibility – there’s a new Pokémon game out. This means two things for me. Firstly, it means the Alt Gr key has seen a spike in usage. Secondly, and more relevantly, it mea...   more

My Top Ten Pokémon


Avoiding the Hype Train

Hype is, without any doubt, among the scourges that I loathe the most in gaming. Whenever a game becomes the subject of ludicrous hyping, I lose all interest or desire to play it. People who fall for its honeyed words turn i...   more

Avoiding the Hype Train


Top Five Emotional Moments

In my eagerness for the next Pokemon games, I couldn’t be arsed to play anything that was worth writing about. To make amends, I’ve written up another top five, which isn’t really a top five, because I’ll be buggered if I hav...   more

Top Five Emotional Moments


Shadow Warrior 2013 Review

I’m not a terribly huge fan of first person shooters, but every so often a special exception comes along that I simply have to indulge. The new Shadow Warrior, developed by Flying Wild Hog, is one such exception, and for many...   more

Shadow Warrior 2013 Review


Golden Sun Retrospective

Note: this post may contain spoilers for Golden Sun and Golden Sun, the Lost Age.   This week instead of anything coherent I will grant you a lecture of personal history. Something close to my heart. Among one of my favourit...   more

Golden Sun Retrospective


Top 5 Final Boss Themes

Sorry, but there’ll be no game post this week. No particular excuse this time, but I do have something else up my sleeve. Again, it’s a musical themed entry. I don’t know why since I don’t know anything about music, nor do I ...   more

Top 5 Final Boss Themes


Prison Architect Alpha Impressions

Prison Architect is a prison management game in development by Introversion Software. This is another game that does what it says on the tin and has you become the architect behind the prison. It's vital to note that this gam...   more

Prison Architect Alpha Impressions


Race the Sun Impressions

Race is the Sun is the recently released high speed score attack game by developers Flippfly. On the surface Race the Sun is a very simple game, featuring minimalistic controls and rules. Thanks to its procedurally generated ...   more

Race the Sun Impressions


Goldeneye Orchestral Cover Album

Sad to say there will be no game impressions or review from me this week. It was a case of depressed Monday, busy Tuesday, exhausted Wednesday, couldn’t be arsed Thursday, write this up desperately Friday. Hopefully next week...   more

Goldeneye Orchestral Cover Album


Feminist Frequency and Relevance...

So, Anita Sarkeesian has completed her "Damsel in Distress" trilogy.  In the first video, she introduced the trope and gave some historical background to it.  She spoke of how the male rescuer was the subject and the woman ...   more



Kerbal Space Program Impressions

Kerbal Space Program is a game in which you manage a space program in the hopes of completing the fevered dream of space conquest. While the game is incomplete – having only its sandbox mode currently – the developers, Squad,...   more

Kerbal Space Program Impressions


Killing Death

We're currently going through a family crisis.  My father-in-law is 80 and has had a brain hemorrhage.  My husband immediately flew out to be with his father and after 10 days, he's finally back home now. It's been several ...   more



Impressions of InFlux

InFlux is a puzzle platforming game developed by a small group going by the name Impromptu Games, an indie development team based in Australia. InFlux invites you to explore a deserted landscape, solving puzzles in an abstrac...   more

Impressions of InFlux


Shantae Review

Shantae was a platformer originally released for the Game Boy Color in 2002 which has now found its way onto the 3DS e-shop for download. Developed by WayForward Technologies the game see you take the role of Shantae, a half ...   more

Shantae Review


Having a Blast with Kokuga

Kokuga is a shoot 'em up game that was released for the Nintendo 3DS e-shop during June for the US and July for Europe. The game was developed by G.rev and Hiroshi Iuchi, who was also responsible for the shooter game Ikaruga....   more

Having a Blast with Kokuga


Cube World Alpha Impressions

Cube World is a game that I've expressed an interest with in the past, and with the recently released public alpha I decided to pay my first visit to this voxel based exploration RPG and write up about it. For those who are...   more

Cube World Alpha Impressions


Going Overboard with Capsized

Capsized is a 2d action platformer from Alientrap where you must guide a space traveler across the alien world he has crash landed on. Stunning level aesthetics, hordes of aliens to fend off, and puzzles to solve using a grap...   more

Going Overboard with Capsized


Morrowind: Presenting the Lore of the Land

During the transition from Daggerfall to Morrowind the Elder Scrolls ceased to be a medieval fantasy and took on a life of its own. The island of Vvardenfell is the most memorable settings for an RPG I've ever had the pleas...   more

Morrowind: Presenting the Lore of the Land


No means no... but sometimes it has to be said out loud.

This started as a response to Glowbear's excellent blog recapping some recent events at E3, but it grew far too long, and I've never been concise... so I'll put my huge ramble here in my own blog, but please read her blog FIR...   more






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