Roundup of Unusual Size: Gamasutra peanut gallery, meet Kotaku peanut gallery. Kotaku, Gamasutra.


The much-celebrated Emily Short pokes the slumbering beast of Gamasutra’s notoriously mansplainy readerbase with the SHOCKINGLY provocative argument that Catherine, a game I described most charitably as being less offensive than it could have been (but not by much), has gender and representation issues.

“[Tea Party Republican] O’Donnell might have done better in that debate had she played a few more games.” I detect a Sassy Gaymer Friend spinoff.

What is ‘radical’ for games?

…And well, I wanted to link a design argument post here, but I can’t find it in my bookmarks now. So have the link I linked instead, which really should’ve been recced anyway as it’s own thing: “X is not a game.”

Also, choices.


What use the skill of mime to animation? Quite a great deal.


Watch Neil deGrasse-Tyson fanboy about meeting Carl Sagan.

First– we’re teleporting mice? Second– we’re scanning their brains?


Let’s start a class war. Start a nuclear class war.

Also, #OccupyWallStreet is heading after the NYPD. If only we could get NYT to stop focusing on spectacle.

Moment of Geekiness

Zachary Quinto plays Rock-Paper-Scissors-Lizard-Spock.

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