Entries in 'female' (19)
Labour MP for Newcastle upon Tyne Central Chi Onwurah has asked Parliament to address the lack of females employed in UK games development.
Beyond: Two Souls developer Quantic Dream has admitted it was asked to depict the game's female star holding a gun on the cover of the game.
The creative director of The Last of Us has admitted that the studio has come under pressure to relegate the game’s female lead Ellie to the background of the game’s ...
Gave us a proper lump in the throat, this.
The number of gaming girls is on the rise, but firms expect this audience to seek out mobile and online titles over boxed ones.
The sad truth of sexism amongst on line gamers has been laid bare by a new report.
A victory for girl power, and indeed common sense.
Capcom admits it was initially unsure about using a female as the lead character in Remember Me.
New IP is all too rare in the modern market. New IP with a female lead character is rarer still.
Over a third of Pokémon players are female, according to a new GameVision Brand Map report.
The female gamer is in decline, research has found.
Following a lengthy voting process, BioWare has revealed the design of the female Commander Shepard that will from some editions of Mass Effect 3.
Developer BioWare has turned to its fanbase in an effort to decide what version of the female game star Shepard it should put on the cover of Mass Effect 3.
BioWare's Mass Effect series has always tried to remain gender neutral – with equal options for both male and female characters and no discrimination regarding sexual relationships.
In a fascinating admission to PSM3 magazine, the developer behind The Last Guardian has stated that the game originally had a female lead character – until a bizarre complication lead ...
A US analyst has refuted claims that games featuring a female lead are being shunned by publishers due to their inability to perform in the market.
The rising popularity of chick-flicks at the cinema has been blamed on what movie execs have dubbed the ‘Xbox Factor’.
We hear lots about the success Nintendo has enjoyed in the emerging casual games sector, but new statistics about the North American PSP audience suggest that Sony has achieved great ...