Becky Chambers writes on The Mary Sue that better co-op may help bridge gaming’s gender gap.
Oldie-but-goodie recced by my game studies professor: Picaro and the “Story” of D&D.
This is just sociologically interesting for its own sake: how to write an anti-incest algorithm.
(Bonus points! That last link actually comes up on the first page of results when you google his name. Ah, small victories.)
Excuse me while I braingasm: digital reconstructions of real brain activity during visual perception.
Scientist hipsters have made a version of Pong so geeky, you’ve never even heard of it. Or maybe you have, because the paddles are made from soundwaves.
Homophobic politician with the logical thinking ability of an earthworm can’t believe Google won’t bow to his whims, so he calls them partisan meany-heads.
International scandal involving a questionable murder conviction, men and women in tears over a denied 11th hour appeal, a tragic wrongful execution that puts the world further in doubt of America’s commitment to justice? Sounds like excellent fodder to make into a light-hearted reference for a gaming headline.
Oh, and speaking of institutionalized systems of murder, Texas is killing so many inmates, they’re gonna stop giving them last meal requests. Atta Texas, that’ll fix the budget!