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Some Sympathy For Seneca Crane

There are two major conversations happening around games and creativity. One is an amazingly positive conversation around the value of representation and allowing players of all different identities to find themselves in creative media. This is such an exciting conversation, … Continue reading

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Quing’s Quest VII

I checked out Quing’s Quest VII the other day, originally for work, but I quickly realized it was too full of mature themes and games industry snark to be good for the kids. The entire game is a parody, in which my genderqueer sidekick, … Continue reading

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Bad Press

Duke Nukem Forever dev 2K Games has severed their long-time working relationship with PR firm The Redner Group after the firm threatened to blacklist journalists who gave the game negative scores. Clearly unimpressed with some of the comments about Duke’s … Continue reading

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