[Talking to Women about Videogames is a series where Jonathan Holmes talks to different people who are women about the biggest videogame news of the week for some reason.]
Next week, the Talking to Women about Videogames written editorial and video are both going to be a little different. They mark the end of what we're calling "Season 1" of the show, which feels like as good time as any to answer your questions about this thing. Since the show first started 10 weeks ago, it's gotten an amazingly wide breadth of reactions, but almost all of them were tinged with some element of uncertainty. Some people hate it, some people like it, but either way, almost everyone who has talked to me about it has asked "is that what you were going for?"
I hate to lose that ambiguity, but I also don't want to be one of those jerks who wont answer questions about the stuff that he's doing. That's why I'm promising to answer as many questions about TtWaV as possible, assuming you guys have anything you want to ask. even if it's a really mean. Actually, I'll make sure to try to answer just as many mean questions as nice ones (again, assuming you guys have anything you want to ask at all). Mean questions are sometimes the best questions.
So yeah, ask me things! Right now! In the comments of this post! I want to talk to you about talking to women about videogames.
Oh, and there is another teaser after the jump. Just couldn't resist rescuing that conversation from the trash can, regardless of the bad audio.
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