Recorded earlier this year during Nordic Games Conference, this is a one-on-one chat with noted critic and avid proponent for wider representation in video games Anita Sarkeesian.
The discussion reflects on her renowned series Tropes vs Women In Video Games, addressing the potential impact it has had, how game characters have changed since it began, where she hopes to see the medium go next, and the backlash she dealt with while working on the project.
Sarkeesian also discusses why diversity and greater representation extends to more than just adding white women into each game, and why the industry needs to keep pushing for new ideas and stories in addition to violence-centric AAA blockbusters.
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Editor-in-chief Matthew Handrahan, publisher Chris Dring and UK editor James Batchelor reflect on this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo.
We discuss this year's biggest reveals, the major press conferences, the impact of a higher consumer attendance and the best moments of E3 2017. The discussion touches on the commercial potential for some of the biggest surprises from the week, the challenges particular publishers face, the hype around Xbox One X, the pressure on Nintendo Switch, the baffling showing by PlayStation and more.
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The entire GI team is on board to discuss what we expect (and hope) to see from this year's E3 conference in LA. Our North American duo of James Brightman and Brendan Sinclair kick off the discussion, before our European triumvirate Matt Handrahan, Chris Dring and James Batchelor offer their thoughts.
Across the two groups, we break down what we're likely to see from each of the major publisher and platform holder press conferences, their different strategies in E3s past, the role virtual reality will play in each company's offering, and how the E3 show floor is likely to change with a fresh influx of consumer ticket holders.
GamesIndustry.biz will be covering E3 extensively over the next week, with streams of each of the press conferences and special daily E3 Briefing newsletters. You can sign up for them right here: http://www.gamesindustry.biz/network/profile/edit/email (Make sure you're signed up to the Daily Newsletter).
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