• Legion: Exploring the Cerebral Side of Superheroes

    The moment I heard that FOX was producing a Legion show, I was baffled. "Why him," I asked, when X-Men has hundreds of colorful characters that could be easily explored on TV. Legion isn't exactly the most well-known mutant. Erstwhile known as David Haller, Legion is the son of Charles Xavier in the comics. He…

  • Girls Got Game Round-up: Bye-bye 2016, hello 2017!

    Hi everyone! This comes a little late, but this is Noey checking in with a quick round-up of everything that's happened for Girls Got Game in 2016. Last year was an interesting and productive period for the site. Early on, we opened our doors to new members (come meet our staff!), churned out more content, and…

  • Globe GO Feminism Article

    Attention Globe GO: Why Feminism Doesn’t Owe You Anything.

    It's only been five days, 2017... When I woke up last January 1, surrounded by family and loving cats, I found myself at peace with the world. I thought to myself, "Wow, this is nice. I sure hope I can make it through the first week of 2017 without encountering something stupid." The Universe had other…

  • Girls Got Game’s Top Geek Things of 2016

    It's the cold, bitter truth: 2016 was a shitty year for everyone, so much so that it's going to be one second longer than it ought to be. We were all scrambling for whatever bits and pieces of Fun and Happy that we could find to keep us afloat, and thankfully? Some fantastic, geeky things DID…

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    The Curious Case of FFXV: A Final Fantasy XV Review

    I put together a first impressions article of Final Fantasy XV for What's a Geek two weeks ago. My conclusion was that the game was worth buying. Now that I've finished the thing, though, it's time for a proper review! I'll be referring to the points that I made in my last article and quoting from some sections. Have no…

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    When Did Tabletop Come Back?

    I think most people can consider themselves lucky, if they can count on more than one hand the tabletop groups they ran across in their adulthood. As for those more sheltered individuals, they probably skirted the edges of friend-groups who had monthly (maybe weekly?) sessions of a Forgotten Realms campaign. I'm prefacing this article with…

  • NatGeo’s Mars finds us a new home

    With depressing news from that week in November that we wish we could strike from history, it seems terribly apt to want to punch the eject button from Earth and live on another planet. Sadly, that won’t be possible until 2033 – at least that’s what Mars, the new National Geographic mini-series, says. Part-documentary, part-dramatization…

  • Some Real Talk from the Founders and Editors of Girls Got Game

    Some real talk from the founders and editors of Girls Got Game We grew up playing and looking up to heroes – male and female. Some of the characters we loved the most in the games, movies, and series' we followed growing up largely lead a journey in search of and to create a better…

When Did Tabletop Come Back?

tabletop

I think most people can consider themselves lucky, if they can count on more than one hand the tabletop groups they ran across in their adulthood. As for those more sheltered individuals, they probably skirted the edges of friend-groups who had monthly (maybe weekly?) sessions of a Forgotten Realms campaign. I'm prefacing this article with…

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NatGeo’s Mars finds us a new home

With depressing news from that week in November that we wish we could strike from history, it seems terribly apt to want to punch the eject button from Earth and live on another planet. Sadly, that won’t be possible until 2033 – at least that’s what Mars, the new National Geographic mini-series, says. Part-documentary, part-dramatization…

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4 Things Learned After 400 Hours of Town of Salem

Town of Salem

For this installment of Flashback Fridays, contributor DC shares a couple of things that she learned while playing Town of Salem. The original version of this post can be found on her blog. While I've always had a fascination with words, using them to spin tales of deception has never been part of my agenda.…

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