Archive for 2008

About Monique Interview with Old Grandma Hardcore
January 31st, 2008 by Monique | Digg | Technorati | Reddit | Stumble Upon

The Grandma I recently had a chance to talk to one of the more famous female gamers for a Girls Don’t Game exclusive interview. So who’s the special lady? Well, it’s none other than Old Grandma Hardcore, the gaming granny with a mouth worse than the foulest of foul sailors who makes the Angry Video Game Nerd look tame. You may have seen her on YouTube, or on MTV, or maybe you even read her blog–we know we do!

Read on to find out this 71-year-old’s stance on PC gaming, her fame, and high gaming hopes for 2008.


About Suzie Top Ten Most Stylish Games
January 29th, 2008 by Suzie | Digg | Technorati | Reddit | Stumble Upon

Silent Hill 3I adore the weird, the wonderful, and the bizarre. Occasionally games bore me - I have a “Oh look, I’m a secret agent with a gun and I get to shoot people. How about that?” attitude. The nice thing about video games, however, is that unlike Hollywood, even the mainstream games can be absolutely off-the-wall. With the possible exception of sport and racing games anyway - and even some of those franchises slide into the surreal and the odd.

With this in mind, I’m going to bring you my top ten most stylish games. Some of them are weird, and some of them are wonderful. They are all interesting. Before we get started, a disclaimer: these are only games I have played, and is not an exhaustive list. There are some notable games missing, so I encourage you to drop me a comment with a recommendation for your own twisted and fantastical favourite.


About Gloria Warrior Needs Food Badly!
January 28th, 2008 by Gloria | Digg | Technorati | Reddit | Stumble Upon

CONSUME AT YOUR OWN RISK!!When I’m addicted to a game, and I mean seriously addicted, I’m talking not even sure whether it’s day or night, I go into what I call a gamer fugue. Basically it’s that period where you sit in your favorite chair or on your bed and say to yourself, “Just ten more minutes” for a good three or four days. There’s nothing wrong with these fugues of course, except I have the nasty habit of forgetting I need to eat or sleep in order to live. The last time I was seriously afflicted was when I got Final Fantasy Tactics Advance so very long ago. Nothing has really piqued my fugue since, sadly.

Every gamer, whether they’re in their zone or in a fugue has to eat. Period. I’ve been waiting for Nintendo to come out with its intravenous nunchuck attachment that just feeds mashed food directly into the body, but it hasn’t yet gotten past its testing phases.

The times I venture over to notorious gamer friends’ houses, there’s always an interesting combination of foods on the table next to the gaming chair.