The Game Devs of Color Expo is dedicated to amplifying the creative power held by people of color in games, which they do so by showcasing and uplifting diverse voices in the gaming industry in a multi-day event. The 6th Expo was this past weekend and I was granted the opportunity to attend and share my experience.Continue reading
This past weekend was the Indie Arena Booth for gamescom, showcasing games from 119 different devs across 33 countries. As an indie game enthusiast, I wanted to recap some of the games that caught my eye.Continue reading
LudoNarraCon is a global, digital convention celebrating narrative video games, the talented people who make them, and the fans who love them, hosted on Steam. I had the honor of getting early access to the event and all of the featured games, and I am sharing what I think you should check out for yourself!Continue reading
For the con-goers, I have created a Have You Ever tag just for you!Continue reading
For the firs time, SDCC is going to be fully online and free for everyone to check out! So I went through the schedule and found some interesting panels you should check out.Continue reading
A while back I was going through some things and released there are some events and experiences I have done that I never wrote about for some reason. So I asked if people would be interested in some throwback Field Trips and you all said sure! So today, I am throwing back to 2017 when I attended Adobe MAX.
Yesterday we talked about my favorite con experience, and for today we are talking about my least favorite. Continue reading
We’re talking about conventions for today’s post for the 30 Day Geek Out Challenge!
Now that it has been a full week since PAX Unplugged started so now is a good time to recap the event, right? I got the opportunity to go with a little bit of luck and the help of Twitter and instead of just attending the con, I was working it, which turned out to be a fascinating experience, especially since it was my first board game convention. Continue reading
For many geeks, conventions are a way to connect to the communities they are a part of and immerse themselves in the fandoms they love. And there are so many different conventions out there now for all types of fandoms and groups, it can be hard to find the best one for you. So here is a guide to help you figure out ways to choose a con for you. Continue reading
This past weekend was Twitch Con in San Jose! I got to go this year and it’s my second Twitch Con, as I went in 2016 as well. Although my focus for this year was meeting up with friends I met through the platform, I did also do a bunch of other stuff and we’re going to recap it all right now. Continue reading
If you’ve been around the blog before, you have definitely seen that I have written about Twitch quite a bit before. I had the awesome opportunity to attend Twitch Con this year and connect and experience the community and platform on a whole new level.
This weekend is New York Comic Con, and one thing that is bound to be seen is cosplayers and their costumed identities. An issue that still affects cons today is the harassment of cosplayer, and I want to make it blatantly clear that cosplaying does not mean consent.
At this year’s San Diego Comic Con, a group of fantastic and kick ass women came together for a panel to discuss their roles as powerful women both in character and out.