31/10/2014

Women are not all clichés in video games

Carla Valenti from the 2005 game “Fahrenheit” / “Indigo Prophecy” – who was ranked as the second sexiest “video game girl” by Revision3 in 2012 and as the 45th greatest heroine in video game history by Complex.com in 2013, among several other similar lists.Carla Valenti from the 2005 game “Fahrenheit” / “Indigo Prophecy” – who was ranked as the second sexiest “video game girl” by Revision3 in 2012 and as the 45th greatest heroine in video game history by Complex.com in 2013, among several other similar lists. I have written a small statement on the characterisation of female characters in video games which may not be as black and white, as it is being portrayed.

You can check it out on Medium.


Medium Games Gender Article


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