Posts tagged with: Gris

  • How Game Developers Could Make Modern Platformers Better

    Video games are always built upon iteration and improving on previous games. In fact, I suppose any media is made of iteration on iteration. However, it’s particularly easy to spot with video games because they are such a new form of content compared to books and film. This innovation has contributed to the rapid and […]

    Christy Smith5 minute read
  • Love, Loss, and Video Games

    In the days since Susan, my games writing/review partner and partner in life, passed away unexpectedly, I’ve turned to games to try and fill the hole her death has left in me. I don’t yet have words to give to what I feel, but I’ve had games, and in games I can lose myself and […]

    Courtney Craven5 minute read
  • What I’ve Learned About Game Design as a Hearing Person Rating Deaf Accessibility

    When we launched our Deaf game review site, OneOddGamerGirl, I assumed it would be a fun hobby that maybe would help a few Deaf and HoH gamers not buy games that hadn’t taken their needs into consideration in the design process. Our process was simple – Susan (who is Deaf) would get a game and […]

    Courtney Craven9 minute read

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