The makers of The Stanley Parable received a brilliant/terrible response to the game, so they created a trailer specifically for that person. It’s called the Raphael trailer.
I’ve only seen a little bit about The Stanley Parable, and where I was interested before I’m dying to play it now.
if you’ve played The Stanley Parable (and even if you haven’t) i urge you to watch it. it’s worth it, trust me.
Comment seen here: Tropes vs. Women in Video Games from Anita Sarkeesian
I still can’t belive how ignorant and small minded some People are.
Let me guess: 1997 is your Birthyear? At this Point in History I had already been a gamer ten full years (yes, I’m female and yes, my Family bought an early Gaming-Console). Together with my female and male friends, we played a lot.
So, 2005 is when YOU have in earnest started your gaming-Career and met some Girls and played together?
I feel like i knew even more girls who played games back then
"gaming is MY social-outcast-whining group! LEAVE ME ALONE SO I CAN STILL ACT LIKE MY NERDINESS IS THE REASON FOR OTHER PEOPLE NOT LIKING ME AND I CAN FEEL SPECIAL AND UNIQUE!"
and i mean. how dare things change? how dare people become interested in things?
games have the same stance as movies by now. they are consumed by every type of person you can imagine, they have a broad audience and are made to be consumed by the masses. can you imagine not letting women be interested in movies?
it’s time the gaming community lets go of the past and lives in the present. games changed. now they need to, too.
After last night’s hair style selfies, I had the perfect excuse to draw my two favourite Yogs.
Photography: Phil Kneen Photography
Model - Beckii Cruel
Hair - Anna-Lucia Hair Studio
Make-up - Isle of Man Make up Artist Erica Stephenson
Nails - Rock Hard Nails
Flower head dress - Heidi Keane
Horses - Rachel Quayle
Transport and general help - Kris 'Hoss' Fargher
Coordination and Organisation - Ciara Kilgallon