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Interview: Felicia Day Goes Virtual in Vegas for CES 2012

Actress Felicia Day, who got her big break in Joss Whedon’s TV hit, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” has emerged as one of the leading Internet voices out there. The creator and star of “The Guild” brought video game life to the small screen and helped catapult Day into new opportunities.

Most recently, the actress went virtual in Electronic Arts-owned BioWare’s Dragon Age II DLC as well as the original Web series, “Dragon Age: Redemption.” The star of the SyFy hit “Eureka” was at CES 2012 to check out new technology and talk games in this exclusive interview.

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Pintheshadows2361d ago

Oh look, an article about Felicia Day. Excuse me whilst I go shoot myself.

The_Nameless_One2361d ago

I want Felicia Day to go away from the gaming world. Just go do your shitty movies and your shitty TV shows and leave us alone.

Pintheshadows2361d ago

Glad i'm not the only one.

The_Nameless_One2361d ago

Ha ha. Yeah. You're not the only one.

Tameel12361d ago

I don't get the hate people have for Felicia Day. What exactly has she done to make so many people hate her? She genuinely likes games (which is more than can be said for most "celebrity gamers"), she seems nice, and she puts a good image on female gamers. I'd rather see more Felicia Day's in the industry than idiots like Olivia Munn.

I've seen people call her an attention whore but why? What makes her any more attention whorey than the multitide of male celebrities who do the same thing? Why is Seth Green considered an acceptable gaming celebrity, but Felicia Day is hated?