GTFO: A Film About Women in Gaming, a film by Shannon Sun-Higginson exposing the harassment of women in video games, has met its $20,000 Kickstarter goal. The documentary promises to contain “gamers, bloggers, scholars, developers, and other experts,” discussing and revealing the experiences of women in the gaming world, both good and bad. The project has another 60 hours to go. You can find out more on the film through the page, a write up on Kotaku and and interview with Higginsonon Forbes.
The Destiny 2 beta may be over on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but another beta will be held for the PC crowd soon.
Battlefield 1 continues to be popular with players, and it has gained another 2 million since March 2017.
Here’s an interesting way to play Zelda: Breath of the Wild but it sounds like it will make a tough go of things.
GTFO: A Film About Women In Gaming
After months of silence, Mighty No. 9 dev reemerges to confirm that Vita and 3DS versions are still coming
Mighty No. 9’s portable versions haven’t been cancelled, despite over year passing since we last heard anything about them.
The lineage of Project Rap Rabbit is clear to see in our first look at gameplay.