The Entertainment Software Association reports that more than a third of video-game players are mothers, daughters, sisters. But when it comes to the competitive gaming set, women are still a rarity.
Enter Pandora's Mighty Soldiers -- better known as the PMS Clan. The acronym is no accident, but considered more politically correct than the group's previous name: The Psychotic ManSlayers.
The all female "clan" -- common parlance for a gaming team -- counts more than 800 members worldwide. Despite the name, Bonfiglio is quick to point out, "We're not man haters." Rather, the eight members of Delta squad gathered in a Lake Mary living room, ranging from college students to stay-at-home moms, share a common love: Halo 2...
Regardless of where they place in this weekend's tournament, these PMS Clan members still have something to look forward to -- Microsoft's Tuesday release of the long-awaited Halo 3.