In a course on Gender, Race, and Digital Media, Dr. Alexis Lothian’s students express themselves by making games.
The following is the latest in a series of journal entries chronicling the author’s descent into next-gen gaming degeneracy and assorted geekery – from getting his first television in years to trying to figure out why the @$@$&@@ you need two goddamn directional pads just to walk down an effing hallway.
Mark Filipowich feels that privileged people have as much to gain from experiencing underrepresented videogame perspectives as anyone.
When she was little, Jenn Frank wanted to grow up to be Rambo. Things have gotten more complex ever since.