Dear Diary, I’ve had a lot going on in my life, so I have to say that these are the times when I really appreciate how quiet and relaxing things can be in Geneva. Sure, I have lots to do like pulling weeds, watering flowers and other general maintenance, but […]
Hello Gaymers, E3 was a magical time so it is about that time that I give you a recap on what my experience was like there and my thoughts on some of the games I got my hands on! So many great games, but only so much time to talk […]
I hope you don’t mind that I took last week off. I went away for the Fourth of July holiday to visit family, and so I didn’t have a whole lot to talk about when I got back. But now that I’m home again, I’ve seen a movie and played […]
Dear Diary, Even though it was the Fourth of July, it was a quiet week in Geneva. See, I keep forgetting that we don’t celebrate that holiday here. Pretty sure I remember forgetting last year, too. But I think there are fireworks coming later in the summer. Like, once a […]
Monsters have always been a prominent part of the games we play; the moblins of Zelda, the demons and darkspawn of Dragon Age, the orcs of Shadow of Mordor, even the grues of Zork – creatures of disparate biology, origin and motive that are clustered together because they are the […]
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 […]
Waaaaay back in 2010 Megaman co-creator Keiji Infaune left Capcom and soon after, in 2011, highly anticipated Mega-titles like Megaman Universe and Megaman Legends 3 were cancelled. Two years later Inafune Kickstarted Might No. 9, a spiritual successor of sorts to the classic series that shared quite a bit in […]
Chaka Corn isn’t what most people think of when they hear the words ‘drag queen’. A hulking mass of huggable muscle, she’s serving body-ody-ody of a different sort. As an aspiring game designer and dedicated gamer, she’s more at home in cosplay than couture. The winner of Trannyshack’s 2014 Star […]
Dear Diary, Wow. It was like a freakin’ mass exodus again this week in Geneva. Or ATTEMPTED mass exodus, I should say. I also got a free gift, and a new look! Read on for all the fun!
This past weekend, you may have heard, same-sex marriage was made legal on the federal level in the United States. This huge victory for the LGBT community was rallied around the hashtag #LoveWins as folks celebrated perfectly timed Pride weekends. But why keep the celebrations limited to the real world?
Like any good convention, the first ever Flame Con had lots of awesome cosplayers. And of course, being an LGBT comic convention, there was plenty of crossplay as well. I loved the spartan who made his armor out of old Magic The Gathering cards (glad somebody found a good use […]
On Saturday, June 13, queer geeks by the thousands descended on The Grand Prospect Hall in Brooklyn, NY for Flame Con. Organized by Geeks OUT, the con brought together queer talent and fans from all over for the first-ever LGBT comic book convention!