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A Long Walk In High Heels: A History of Transgender Video Game Characters

Video games have often been admonished for not having enough diversity; civil-rights activists have correctly noted that their protagonists tend to be caucasian heterosexual men.  In recent years, developers have begun to correct this, offering minority protagonists, along with the option to choose your character’s sex, or have homosexual romantic subplots. Unfortunately, there is one minority group that has been consistently ignored or abused by the gaming industry; the Transgender.  Yet, there have been more transgender characters than one might think, dating back decades.

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Undercover Boss – Popeye’s – Was the Outcome Fair?

This week, CTO Lynne Zappone trades in her business suit for a company uniform as she works with employees of Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen. She meets some unique people, but was the outcome really fair?

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The Retirement Club: 5 Old Games You May Have Missed

Now that this generation is well and truly in full swing, there are loads of old titles that now reside in the bargain bin in your local game store. With how obsessed the industry has become with the day one sales and marketing their games relentlessly, you could be missing out on some real hidden gems. But which ones are worth buying? It’s safe to assume that you may not have heard many details about these older titles, but fear not, I have that info right here!


Odds are, you’ve heard a fare amount about Crackdown 2. However, the original was largely over-shadowed by the fact that it included an invite to the Halo 3 beta. The original Crackdown is largely similar to the sequel that came out last year, this one has a far better structure. Crackdown 2 does away with a lot of that and seems to lack a core objective. The original Crackdown is a super fun open world game that serves as an early example of one that used the power of a next gen console to enhance gameplay rather than just graphics. If you haven’t played any Crackdown yet, or only the sequel, this game deserves a spin in your 360.

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Call of Juarez Goes Modern

Ubisoft is taking the Call of Juarez franchise into the modern era with, Call of Juarez The Cartel.  Ubisoft released some details about the newest game in the franchise.   Adam Novickas, director of marketing at Ubisoft said, “Call of Juarez The Cartel is an action-packed shooter game with a strong story, interesting characters and a wide variety of gameplay options.”

In The Cartel you will take on a journey that will begin in Los Angeles, California to Juarez, Mexico.  Ubisoft also says that some of the best elements of the Wild West will be put into the modern era.  They are hoping to bring a gritty and relevant story to the game.  There is no word on whether there will be a correlation between Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood and The Cartel. 

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DVD/Blu-ray DISCussion (New for 2.8.11)

It is a week to really excite or depress horror fans, depending on your viewpoint. There is Paranormal Activity 2 and then controversial cult film I Spit On Your Grave, both the original and the remake. It is sadly a disappointing week of DVD releases as few of these films have wooed critics. Still, you’ll likely find something on here to your liking. Let’s DISCuss.

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