Corgis are cute. Corgis that can shoot fireballs, slightly more cute.
Long ago, the four realms lived in harmony. But everything changed with the chaotic magic attacked.
Created by Sam Barlow, Her Story is one of those games that comes along and challenges the conventions of how we define video games, bringing up the obnoxious question of “Is this a video game?”: My problem with much of the conventional wisdom associated with game design is how it […]
As the (self-proclaimed) competitive fighting game player of the GayGamer.net crew, Street Fighter V has definitely been on my list of things to play at E3. In my circle of friends and on social media, I’m quite vocal about my dissatisfaction with Street Fighter IV and my unbridled love for […]
E3 doesn’t officially start until next Tuesday the 16th, but the big announcements have already started to drop and the conferences all start as early as tomorrow! Both Nintendo and Bethesda have some announcements to make tomorrow, followed by Microsoft, EA, Ubisoft, and Sony on Monday, and then more Nintendo […]
“Have you ever tried not being a mutant?” Bobby Drake’s mom in X2: X-Men United is sure in for a big surprise given the one of the latest reveals in the comics. X-Men is useful as an allegory, whether or not Prof. Charles Xavier and Magneto are analogous to Martin […]
I’d like to start this review off with a rather incendiary statement. There is a key difference between DC and Marvel when it comes to movie philosophy that is absolutely evident in the finished product. When I see movies like Batman or Man of Steel, I feel like the producers […]
On November 4th, 2013 an animated superhero show by the name of Steven Universe debuted on Cartoon Network. It is a cute little cartoon about three super powered heroines, The Crystal Gems, defending Earth from monsters. Joining them is the titular character Steven, a young boy whose mother Rose Quartz, the former crystal […]
Get down, America! Polls are now open on the Smash Bros. website. You’ll have to hold your nose on the gender binary issue on question #1. The opportunity to gush over your dream character is more than tempting. Even more enticing is the fantasy that Masahiro Sakurai himself could read […]
We know the House of Mouse’s new acquisitions (and old subsidiaries) are finally getting their due in Kingdom Hearts III, but what about what’s left in the Disney vault?
I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve not been a big fan of HBO’s Looking. The slice of life dramady should, by all accounts, be right up my ally. It’s about a gamer, living in my hometown of San Francisco, dealing with the day to day stuff that modern […]
Last year our Gayest Games of the Year list was quite popular, so why not do it again? Especially when 2014 has been an even bigger year for gay games than last year. While many of the 2013 titles had major queer themes not all of them had explicitly queer […]