Entries in 'females' (11)
The UK games industry is lagging behind other creative sectors when it comes to female employment rates.
Developer Ubisoft Quebec has denied the longstanding accusations that it added in a playable female protagonist to Assassin’s Creed Syndicate in response to the controversy surrounding Unity.
Really, Madden never had women in the crowds before? Does FIFA? Clearly we haven’t been paying enough attention.
Unveiling Guerrilla’s new IP Horizon Zero Dawn upon the world at E3 was a tense moment for Sony Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida.
An investigation by Develop has found that the women represent just 15 per cent of employees at UK games development studios.
Shinji Mikami has criticised the depiction of women as ‘objects’ in some video games.
It’s hard to interpret Sony’s most recent PSN flash sale as anything other than a shout of support for the women of the games industry.
Men who play aggressively online are more likely to have their friend requests accepted than those who are polite and passive, a new report has found.
Publisher Ubisoft has distanced itself from claims that high workloads are behind its omission of playable female characters in the four-player co-op focused Assassin's Creed: Unity.
Assassin’s Creed: Unity will for the first time allow four players to work together – but not, it seems, for them to play as a female character.
Japanese publisher Capcom has said that it is looking to up the number of women in senior management roles.