Tag Archives: lady gamers

October 28

LB’s Top Games for Halloween

LB’s Top Games for Halloween By: LB Chambers Halloween is without a doubt one of the best times of the year for gaming. October’s dark and spooky nights, especially with Seattle’s foggy background, are just begging for a little game time. With some hot cider (or caramel apple cider, or irish coffee, or hot punsch!), caramel […]

October 02

Parenting in Video Games: Where are the Mother Figures?

Parenting in Video Games: Where are the Mother Figures? By: LB Chambers I would like to preface this article with a quick disclaimer. I am all about single dads; helping them get recognition for their hard work, their dedication to their kids, and the amazingly positive influence a great dad has on a child. I […]

May 10

Is the Gaming Community Getting Better?

Is the Gaming Community Getting Better? By: LB Chambers Here is the first of a new article series I will be experimenting with. One where I really, really want to hear from our readers! From you! So please before you read any further know that you are highly encouraged to Tweet, Facebook, or respond here […]

May 08

The Bill of Rights for Beginning Gamers

The Bill of Rights for Beginning Gamers By: Brit McGinnis Starting out as a gamer is hard. I love the culture and there’s a lot of stuff coming out that I’m interested in trying, but like starting anything new for the first time, being around others that know more than you can be very intimidating. […]

April 12

Interview with Jenny, Founder of “Not in the Kitchen Anymore”

Interview with Jenny, Founder of “Not in the Kitchen Anymore” Interview by Terra Olsen Today’s interview is a little different. Normally we  feature a nerdy lady and discuss their nerdy passion. However, for today we are featuring an awesome nerdy lady and a project she started called “Not in the Kitchen Anymore.” I really wanted to feature […]

March 05

Lara Croft: Her Journey and Mine

By: Terra Clarke Olsen My affinity for Tomb Raider goes all the way back to 1996, when the first game was released. I was eleven. My dad bought Tomb Raider for our Playstation, and I was immediately hooked. Mind you, I wasn’t very good. I spent more days battling wolves than I would like to […]