Tag Archives: video games

Games are teh evulz

One of the interesting things about GamerGate is the way people are making connections. For one thing, the SJW campaign against “misogyny” and “sexism” in games is fueled by their insistence that such games make the players misogynistic and sexist … Continue reading

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A tale of two sides

John C. Wright is hosting an interview between a #GamerGate and an anti-GamerGate “spokesman” on his website: take a look! Two observations: saying anything critical of a woman or any subgroup of women automatically makes you misogynist, in the anti-GG eyes. … Continue reading

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Anime Review: Sword Art Online

I’m not very good at keeping up with new anime – or even keeping up with the interminable Shonen Jump series that I’ve previously started! But when one of my favorite fan writers posted a story involving Sword Art Online, … Continue reading

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Digital Gaming: two cents

Ctrl-Alt-Del is one of the online comics on my RSS feed, though if you’ve been following along you’ll know I’m not much of a gamer myself. But I do have two cents about the digital streaming services. It is that … Continue reading

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Update on Long Live The Queen

So, J theatrically bemoaning the fact that I never like any games he buys me was an effective guilt trip – and I pondered the game for a while thinking of what I might be able to do with it. … Continue reading

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Game Review: I don’t like roguelikes

J got me a Steam game for Christmas to see if I would like it, called “Long Live The Queen.” I can’t really “review” this game, because it took me only about an hour and a half to become completely … Continue reading

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Video Games are the Other Books

I’m sure many people have at many times lamented the lack of interest of young males in reading books. Personally, I’d chalk this up to several reasons, one of which is probably that girls are more likely to be happy … Continue reading

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