VIDEO: Positive female characters in games (Part 2): Viewer suggestions

Last time, Sofie talked about some of the dearly beloved women she grew up with. This time, she’s talking about the women you guys brought up the most.

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Tag: Movie Dorkness: Positive female characters in games

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  • Deneb T. Hall

    Although I fear I have no further character suggestions to contribute, I will await your next episode with great interest.
    There’s something I feel I should bring up, though – are you having some problems with your audio equipment? I’m asking because I kept hearing these loud clicks and snaps and pops during the video, and the same was true of the one before it. I didn’t want to bring it up then, because I assumed you knew about it and I didn’t want to be rude, but now that it’s repeated in a second video, I figured maybe you didn’t, and I should bring it to your attention.

    • Sofie Liv

      I’m having trouble with a new mic, i’m trying to sort it out… Sorry.

      Glad you can enjoy the video in spite of my audio troubles.

      • Deneb T. Hall

        Completely understood – recording equipment gremlins are the worst kind. I’ve more or less beaten my own by now, but I still wince every time I watch one of my older videos and hear my chair creak loudly or some such.

  • Gallen_Dugall

    Games in particular really push juvenile lowest common denominator depictions of every character, and while this is has recently been an issue for female depictions it should really be an issue for male depictions as well because most male characters fit any of the MST3K nicknames for David Ryder
    http://mst3k.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_Nicknames_for_Dave_Ryder
    Bad writing is bad writing.