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Man, I have a feeling you’re going to think I’m a plague magnate with how often I seem to get sick. Hopefully I’ll start too feel better soon since my weekend is positively jam-packed. Saturday is day 1 of the GAMERella game jam that I’ll be covering on behalf of remeshed, and then on Sunday I’ll actually be attending MIGS thanks to the awesome ladies at Pixelles.
Both events are going to be more work than play for me, but I’m sure I’ll find a way to sneak in some fun while I’m at it. The start of next week will also be taken up by MIGS as that’s when all the sessions and parties will be happening so hopefully I can schmooze my way to some more freelance work. Luckily Rick is okay with me being a social butterfly since all he cares about right now is Fallout 4.
I am so in love with this eloquent and exhaustive post great female character designs by my lovely friend Keezy Young.
Excellent question! Can diverse characters get you to try a genre you aren’t into?
On black hair, representation, and why diversity of characters and race matters.
I’ve totally been guilty of this.
Great tips on why you need more than a great video game idea, you also need a great pitch.
How cosplay has changed over the years.
Cannot wait until I have time to sit down with this 30 minute documentary about my favourite developers, Telltale Games.
Advice for aspiring game devs from Kara Stone.
I’m actually shocked that Activision made such a big deal about the female protagonist thing when their implementation seems so lazy.
And finally, this cat sounds just like a Tribble!