We had been watching a lot more television the last few months. I didn't have to power off my gaming habit permanently to maintain a happy marriage, even through I was prepared to do so, as I love my wife very much.
This episode explores the numerous ways in which the Women as Reward trope manifests in video games.
This video series is created by Anita Sarkeesian and the project was funded by 6968 awesome backers on 50 GAMES REFERENCED IN THIS EPISODE Alice: Madness Returns (2011) Asura’s Wrath (2012) Castle Crashers (2008) Conan (2007) Dead Rising (2006) Defender of the Crown (1986) Donkey Kong (1981) Double Dragon (1987) Dragon’s Lair (1983) God of War (2005) God of War 3 (2010) God of War: Chains of Olympus (2008) God of War: Ghosts of Sparta (2010) Grand Theft Auto 4 (2008) Grand Theft Auto 5 (2013) Joe & Mac Returns (1994) Kid Kool (1990) Lollipop Chainsaw (2012) Mafia 2 (2010) Metal Gear Solid 4 (2008) Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes (2004) Metroid (1987) Metroid II (1991) Metroid Fusion (2002) Phelios (1990) Rad Mobile (1991) Ratchet & Clank (2002) Resident Evil 5 (2009) Resident Evil: Deadly Silence (2006) Resident Evil: Revelations 2 (2015) Ride to Hell: Retribution (2013) Rings of Power (1991) S. (2001) Splatterhouse (2010) Stanley Parable (2013) Super Hang-On (1987) Super Metroid (1994) Super Off Road (1989) Tales of Vesperia (2008) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1989) The 3rd Birthday (2011) The Final Round (1988) The Saboteur (2009) The Witcher (2007) The Witcher 2 (2011) The Witcher 3 (2015) Tony Hawk Pro Skater 4 (2002) This episode explores the numerous ways in which the Women as Reward trope manifests in video games.
Having been on my fair share of both amazing and cringe-worthy first dates (way more of the second one than the first), I feel like I have a pretty firm grasp on how to kick ass at first dates. You may not think it, but where you go on your first date can have a HUGE but subtle impact on how things go.
A grandmother wrote that she tells her granddaughters to "date the nerd in school" because he might turn out to be the next Mark Zuckerberg."Even better would be to encourage them to *be* the nerd in their school so they can be the next successful inventor," replied new dad Zuckerberg, whose daughter Max was born in November.