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Playing Pokemon GO should be a source of unabashed joy, but it’s hard to relax when the surrounding racial politics weigh on my mind.
I first encountered the work of Eddie Kim and his EK Theater — comprised of students from the Pierrepont School in Westport, CT — over half a decade ago at The Brick Theater in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Until then I’d never heard of, much less conceptualized, what Kim has christened Machinima Theater (or “video game puppetry,” …
After GamerGate, some critics and designers are charting a new path for feminism in the world of gaming.
“If you want to wear a purple robe and paint your face blue because you’re a Fairy from the Land of Nod, look out.”