How can something like this happen? My finger begins to cramp from scrolling through all the screaming and virtual facepalming over the Mass Effect 3 ending debacle on Twitter.
Tag Archives: BioWare
How Could He?: Exploring Social Issues Through ‘Dragon Age II’
No one is implying that the LGBT community turn into blood magicians and that the religious march out to cage and murder them, but this conflict still echoes the tensions felt in the lives of real people.
Mass Appeal vs. Accessibility in Video Games
Video games reflect themes and skills found in boys’ styles of play as children, and any introduction of qualities that are different from that (especially if tagged as feminine) are cast out as inferior “casual” games.
Speaking in Accents and the American Ethnocentrism in Video Games
The cultural politics that voice acting implies, however, often escape analysis.
Why You Should Give Dragon Age II a Second Chance
It’s possible that gamers haven’t figured out a use for criticism. But one of its uses is the possibility for encouraging new perspectives and second chances.
The Fantasy Cyborg: Reading Passing Narratives in Dragon Age
Topics about social minorities in video games typically manifest in the relationship humans have with other sentient characters of their world or universe.