|Títol||Cerise Magazine |
|Tipus de publicació||Text |
|Format||magazine on-line |
|Autoria||multi autores |
|Any de publicació||2007 |
|Tipus de llicència||copyright |
|Sinopsi||Women gamers of all types have often been told that they just donÂ´t exist (or that if they do, they donÂ´t count), and many of us have been trying to make our voices heard for a long time.
Fighting to be seenWhen we first conceived of Cerise a little over a month ago, we had sweeping visions of a massive publication covering all angles of the gaming hobby, from reviews to interviews with gaming industry professionals and prominent fan voices to tabletop gaming modules to opinion pieces to comics to how-toÂ´s and all written with the inclusion and support of women in mind, providing a comfortable space where women gamers and their allies could speak openly, and find an audience eager to listen.
This first issue is a little more modest in scope than what we imagined it might be, but our contributors are speaking clearly on a variety of topics ranging from the current climate in gaming culture to the history of the failed GirlsÂ´ Games Movement to how to make games that girls and women will enjoy.
Think of this issue as the beginning of a conversation that will just keep on getting better and better with time, as more voices are heard.
So now that the introductions have been made, come in and listen for a while. And perhaps, for our next issue, youÂ´ll have something to say. |
|Paraules claus||video jocs; video games; jeux videos;video juegos; women perspective |