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The Shepard/My avatar discussion from WisCon was one of several gaming related panels this year. A section titled “Gender and Class in Gaming” had the following description: This panel uses Dragon Age II, Mass Effect and classic tabletop games as … Continue reading
This past weekend meant WisCon – a science fiction feminist convention held in Madison, Wisconsin. There were several video game related panels this year. A panel titled “My Shepard: Avatars, Subversion and Identity in Video Games” had the following description: … Continue reading