With the recent release of Magic’s 2015 core set, I thought I’d jump on the Internet’s bandwagon good and hard to review the latest crop of potential Commanders. For the uninitiated, Commander (or EDH, for the purist) is a 100-card constructed format which pulls from virtually the entire backlog of …
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The arrival of a long-awaited ship can signify the fulfillment of a great many promises: the return of an expedition, a trade mission, or of loved ones. The incoming vessel bridges the vast divide of the ocean, if only momentarily. A moment full of potential. That potential is full of …
After founding the site and serving as Editor-in-Chief for four years, Bill Coberly is now stepping down and giving Hannah DuVoix the reins.
Vaulting a burned-out car, chugging heavily in his articulated armour, Ruiz was in his element. And then he died, a jet of livid green plasma blowing him into now disarticulated bits.
Baldur’s Gate 2 opens by stuffing two different people into the fridge, one man and woman. How do these differ?
Despite its best intentions, Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag treats newly liberated slaves as equivalent to cargo.
It began with a simple question: “Is Kratos black?”
In many memorable games, it’s the places and people that stay with me long after I finish playing. But today I want to talk objects (or items, things).
This time, I’m going to take a look at BioWare, who tend to come closer to depicting queer characters with actual dignity. Yet, there remain tremendous problems.
It’s hard for me, as a queer woman, to enjoy romances in AAA games. Games are starting to allow more queer romances, but they’re usually hollow tokens.