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The following is a guest post from Kate Cox: Kate Cox had ideas about games, thought, “someone should write about this,” then realized in 2010, “I’m someone.” She’s a straight white cis woman who’s been an avid gamer since 1986 … Continue reading
(Trigger Warning: Transphobia, Passing Anxiety) (Spoiler Warning: Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3, Shin Megami Tensi: Persona 4, Catherine) Earlier this year, I wrote a research paper on representations of gender and sexuality in video games where I chose Bayonetta from … Continue reading
Catherine is a new story driven, puzzle based game from Atlus. It is being advertised as a mature game that discusses adult relationships including the issues surrounding cheating, love, marriage, and commitment. It is told through the eyes of the … Continue reading