The games industry has, quite rightly, been keen to blow its own trumpet regarding its successful attempts to broaden the market in this post-Wii era. But if some women still feel patronised by its efforts, that suggests there's still plenty of work to do.
The very existence of a site like Lesbiangamers.com proves the existence of non-traditional games market. But as we've heard from others, its owner isn't convinced by the industry's efforts to reach out to females. We talk to Tracy Whitelaw