What is the Collegiate Starleague?

To all those who thought I fell off the face of the earth, have no fear! I’ve just been on hiatus a bit, stretching my writing time out collaborating with some new friends at the Collegiate Starleague. You might be wondering what on earth the CSL is, so I’ll give you a little backdrop. Have… Continue reading »


New Technologies, New Experiences

Sean here again. Recently at my blog, Lucid Delusions, I did a recap of the games I’m looking forward to in 2011. My mini write up on L.A. Noire for my that post really got me thinking that I want to expand on my coverage of the game. However I realized there’s one part of that… Continue reading »


A Cry for Justice

I’m going to make my introduction short and then get straight to the meat of this article. Hi, I’m Sean, yet another fellow gamer. Every now and then I’ll write an article and chime in with another point of view. With that out of the way, onto the article! Welcome DC’s long awaited MMO, DC… Continue reading »


New Years Resolution: A Look at 2011

2011 is a new chance to leap into gaming again head first; Read Terri’s top five personal picks of the new year and let FemmeGamers know what you’re looking forward to!


For great (in)justice

We may have already voted here in the United States this week, but there’s more news on the political horizon pending and this time it directly involves video games. If you haven’t heard, Schwarzenegger v. Entertainment Merchants Association began legislation this week to decide the fate of a 2005 law that passed (but was not… Continue reading »


E-Sports: Truly universal (or not)?

What are your thoughts on segregating e-sports tournaments for women only? Does this help attract female gamers, or potentially undermine them? Does it matter? Read the article here, and join in the debate on our forums!


Blizzcon 2010

Blizzcon 2010 – where Blizzard loyalists get to flaunt their addictions and wear really cool Blood Elf costumes. Read Terri’s review of what she caught on the free web stream!

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