PAX East ’15: Splatoon hands-on

Knowing full well that Splatoon would be one of the hotter tickets at the Nintendo booth — and all of PAX East 2015, for that matter — I made a point of getting in line early so I could get my hands on the upcoming Wii U shooter. And although […]


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HBO’s Looking goes to GaymerX

Last night’s episode of HBO’s Looking saw its gay game dev couple Patrick and Kevin make their way to GaymerX, the first ever queer-friendly gaming convention. Today on Talking, the show’s official podcast, GX organizer (and GayGamer bff) Matt Conn speaks with some of the show’s creators about the episode, […]

Wootini’s Weekly Video Podcast #213

Well, that’s another PAX East done! Sadly, the Diversity Lounge seems to be fading away, but I saw a bunch of cool games, some of which I talk about in this episode. For the rest, you’ll just have to keep checking back as I post articles about them! And sadly, […]


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Korrasami artwork to support LGBTQ suicide prevention 1

Bryan Konietzko, creator of Avatar the Last Airbender and its sequel The Legend of Korra, took to his tumblr to share a glimpse at a piece of artwork he is contributing to the The Legend of Korra / Avatar: The Last Airbender Tribute Exhibition at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, CA. […]

Meet Zarya, Overwatch’s answer to more diverse body types 1

The first person shooter genre isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when I think of ‘diversity in games’ but Overwatch, Blizzard’s upcoming multiplayer FPS, is making a name for itself with its ever growing cast of diverse playable characters. Since the game’s initial unveiling at BlizzCon in late […]



Wootini’s Weekly Animal Crossing Diary

Dear Diary, A few interesting developments this week in Geneva, although overall it was pleasantly quiet. Nothing wrong with quiet once in a while! Although I did have to make a tough call… Read on and I’ll explain!

RuPaul’s Drag Race: Dragopolis 2.0 goes All Star Mode!

So Much Drama! Studios has today released a new update for RuPaul’s Drag Race: Dragopolis 2.0, their hit mobile game based on the most fabulous show on television. The update celebrates the show’s seventh season premiere and introduces a host of new modes to keep players gagging as they work […]

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David Gaider leaves Dragon Age for new BioWare series

Yesterday popular video game writer (and GayGamer fave) David Gaider, of BioWare’s Dragon Age, announced that after 10 years he will be moving on to a new mystery project. So a bit of news: I have decided leave Dragon Age and move onto a new, upcoming BioWare project (which I […]

GDC ’15: Increasing Gender Diversity In Game Development Programs

It’s GDC time, the developer and designer’s E3! Or something like that. There’s video games and lots of people talking about them, so that’s what’s important, and this week has a lot of great talks lined up. The first one on my docket was the above-titled “Increasing Gender Diversity In […]

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Prepare To Be Alone With You

When I stumbled upon the upcoming adventure game Alone With You, they pretty much had me with the description of it as a love letter to the 16-bit glories of the SEGA CD, but definitely cemented my interest with the revelation that the “psychological romance adventure” is fully inclusive for […]


Wootini’s Weekly Video Podcast #212

Well, I’m gearing up for PAX East 2015, but that doesn’t mean I still don’t have time to be obsessed with Dragon Age: Inquisition — which remains fun even as I’ve discovered an unfortunate design choice in enemy levels — and also try to stay in shape with Xbox Fitness […]