Tag Archives: Storytelling

In defense of Flash Sentry (sort of, anyway): why “Equestria Girls” got gender-politics right

[EDIT 2013-11-08 12:10pm UTC: Reldan has posted a comment below clarifying their problems with the “rescue scene.”] In my previous post, I described how Reldan’s post on the traditional princess motif and FiM helped me better understand my problems with … Continue reading

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A virtuoso symphony with really bad acoustics: my (way, way late) thoughts on Equestria Girls.

Spoilers ahoy, just in case I’m not actually the last fan of FiM to see Equestria Girls. Yeah, I actually did put off watching Equestria Girls until just recently.  I think, at some level, I may have been doing so … Continue reading

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“You are Sarah Kerrigan”: Starcraft 2 and player identity

Okay, enough of this serious shit.  You know what I feel like talking about?  Storytelling in videogames.

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