Rhiannon Thomas

Writing about fiction from a feminist perspective

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Life is Strange

Yup, I finally played Life is Strange. First, a quick spoiler-free review. Life is Strange is fantastic. It’s part mystery, part philosophical musing, part coming of age story, part time-travel adventure. And you take a lot of polaroids. You play as Max, an aspiring photographer with no  ...

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Long Live The Queen

I’ve written about the strategy RPG Long Live The Queen before, but as the game’s now on Steam (and in the Steam sale), I thought I would rave about it again. Long Live the Queen is a seemingly simple game with a simple goal: keep 14-year-old Elodie alive until her coronation in 40  ...

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Dragon Age 2

A few weeks ago, I posted a rather gushing review about the Bioware game Dragon Age: Origins. Since then, I’ve completed its much maligned younger sibling, Dragon Age 2. The verdict? An enjoyable game, and worth picking if you like fantasy adventures that are inclusive to female players,  ...

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