“I Can Do This” – Lara Croft

Last month Amazon had a $19.99 deal on Tomb Raider: The Definitive Edition for X-Box One, and I snapped it up eagerly. I’ve had my eye on this game since it came out two years ago. As you know from my Divergent posts, I have a habit of being late to most parties, which is… Read More

WoW: New Models, New Theme and New Potential

I was slowly converted into a World of Warcraft (WoW) player by my fiance who has been playing since the game came out in 2004.  When I began, I was enchanted by the numerous race and class options. My very first character was a blood elf rogue named Elliera. I’m a sucker for elves. Due… Read More

Elsa S. Henry’s Blind Lady Versus Is Changing The Gaming Industry

Elsa S. Henry, a game designer and community manager for Storium, launched Blind Lady Versus awareness campaign about what it’s like to be legally blind and a lover of video games. Elsa live-tweets her video game experiences, discussing the challenges she faces as someone with low vision. Her mission is not to call out game… Read More

All My Pixel Ladies

I’ve been playing a bit of Life is Feudal lately, and by “a bit,” I really mean, “twelve hours in front of the computer at a time so I had Chinese food delivered.” It’s still in Alpha so I know any kind of review of the game would be unfair, and despite what people on… Read More

Lego Marvel Super Heroines

When I got off work early to wait in line for the Xbox One last November, I wasn’t nearly as excited as my boyfriend was. The games on my shopping list were Lego Marvel Super Heroes, Ryse, and Dead Rising. Let’s just say there is a reason I won’t be writing about the latter two… Read More

The Feminism in Clash of Clans

If you haven’t heard of Clash of Clans already, then I apologize in advance for giving you a new addictive smartphone/tablet game to indulge in. Created by Supercell, the game is available to download for free from Google Play and the App Store. I play with two separate accounts: one on an iPad and one… Read More