2013: The Year of the Gaymer

In a time when it has become far more commonplace to see video games portrayed in a negative light, it was incredibly refreshing to see our beloved medium receive some positive press in its continued production of some of the most interesting and expressive experience’s touching on LGBT issues.Dan Tunnicliffe of explores some of the best representations from 2013.

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Anthotis1701d ago (Edited 1701d ago )

I can't think of a better way of celebrating LGBT issues than making Lara Croft a lesbian, or at least Bi.

cyguration1701d ago

I wonder what feminists would think of that?

DanTunnicliffe1698d ago

I think it's great that people are having the discussion but hope it doesn't become an overused technique that flood's the market, with every other game featuring a gay character. At the end of the day, its great that people are even able to have this discussion.


I don't agree with Gay lifestyles, I don't agree that it needs to be publicly announced everyday (even at the grammy's!) or the fact that America is soooo pro gay rights now. I have no problem with gay people as I can't explain it, but I think they should have the same rights as straight people, just not publicized as much as it has been -_-