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Before we dive into Ni No Kuni II: The Revenant Kingdom, let’s take a look back at Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. This excellent game by Level-5 Studio tackles depression and the grieving process in a way … Continue reading
Bayonetta is a fan-servicey game full of a ton of implied nudity and sexual innuendo. But what if the game is SO MUCH MORE than that? And I’m not strictly talking feminism and representation of women, but the heart of … Continue reading
There is a HUGE difference between rebellion and being a jerk. Which one are you? Persona 5 does an excellent job of exploring this subject.
Our special guest panelist, Issa returns to wrap up his trilogy of back to back VGBS episodes.
With the release of Persona 5 I thought it would be an excellent opportunity to look back at Persona 4 with Charles Dunbar of Gaijin Insight. Here we see that Persona 4 does an excellent job of exploring gender identity … Continue reading
This video was originally posted to celebrate Women’s History Month! For today’s episode I am talking about the amazing game, Horizon Zero Dawn, and exploring how this game breaks down all expectations in regards to women’s roles in a patriarchal … Continue reading
You thought the Cold War was over? You’re WRONG! Resident Evil is all about the dangers of Capitalism. In fact capitalism is so dangerous you might as well become a communist and forget about it! Continue reading