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Infographic: A brief history of LGBTQ representation in video games

Infographic: A brief history of LGBTQ representation in video games

This week, The Ryersonian explores  LGBTQ representation in video games, and how a new wave of LGBTQ gamers are finding new game characters to relate to. From lesbian character Ellie in The Last of Us, to Grand Theft Auto‘s homophobic slurs, we pinpoint the various approaches to the LGBTQ community and what it means for them as a whole. This […]

The unbearable lightness of Grand Theft Auto

The unbearable lightness of Grand Theft Auto

Franklin Clinton is a gangster. A real two-bit thug. And as he stood there in his baggy pants and hoodie, in the dusk, in a rain-slicked, graffiti-strewn driveway in a simulated parody of L.A. County’s Compton, all Franklin wanted to do was play with his dog. “Go get it, Chop,” he called out through the speakers of my TV. A […]

by Mitchell Cohen· · Opinion, Voices
Angry Man On Campus presents: Grand Theft Auto V

Angry Man On Campus presents: Grand Theft Auto V

You’ve watched all the trailers and seen all the ads. You’ve read all the reviews. You might have even have had a chance to play the game, which came out last Tuesday to resounding commercial and critical success. Yes, we’re talking about GTA V, the latest entry in the Grand Theft Auto series. And it’s kind of a big deal: […]

by Mitchell Cohen· · Opinion, Videos
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