Archive for December, 2008
December 25th, 2008

Hey, Heroine Sheik readers. My apologies for being conspicuously absent for, wow, like a week and a half. As mentioned in my last post (in which I was trying to give you a free copy of Mirror’s Edge! Do you all have it already, or does nobody own a PS3?) I went in for surgery […]

December 15th, 2008

Seriously, I have an extra. Who wants it? The contest parameters are this: come up with somewhere it would be really badass, but pretty unlikely, to run around parcour style: somewhere famous, somewhere architecturally bizarre. Bonus points for links to photos. I could make up some excuse for how this contest relates to sex and […]

December 12th, 2008

– “How much cybersex is too much?,” in which I fret over potential addiction, pass on a bad booty call, and get my cybersex transcripts dissed (The Clickable Clit). – “10 Ways to Not be a Jerky Shopper During the Holidays,” in which I channel my year at Build-a-Bear into some useful advice (Heartless Doll […]

December 11th, 2008

First off, let me say: I love Penny Arcade. Like every gamer in the known universe, I’ve been reading Gabe and Tycho for years. I saw them speak a bunch of times at this year’s PAX and friends of mine who know them better than I swear they’re lovely people. I wear my fruit fucker […]

December 10th, 2008

As mentioned yesterday, I played the Southpeak DS game My Baby Girl for an About.com review last week. It was, to say the least, atrocious. The writing was convoluted, the tasks were annoying, the instructions between goals were nonexistent. The representation of gender however — of course, that’s what I was really interested in — […]

December 9th, 2008

In this installment of “What I actually think of the games I play,” a semi-regular post in which I say all the things about the games I’m reviewing for DS.about.com I could never actually say at DS.about.com (can you tell I get paid per hit?), we’ve got one good game, one atrocious one, and one […]

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