Wicked Willow Review

Wicked Willow is a LGBTQIA+ Visual Novel about Witches created by T.F. Wright funded by Kickstarter and released June 2nd 2020. I was given a review copy that I streamed on Real Women of Gaming’s Twitch channel. If they call me wicked for following my heart, then so be it. Awaken your inner witch, pursueContinue reading “Wicked Willow Review”

Animal Crossing: New Horizons: A Review

            Video gaming has been used as an escape from reality to a fantasy world for decades; one plays the Elder Scrolls games to role-play as axe wielding brutes or mystical sorcerers in a sprawling fantasy landscape rife with dynamic and unique voice acting, sound design, and orchestration. Another individual desires the immersion into theContinue reading “Animal Crossing: New Horizons: A Review”

You’re Not Alone Sponsor Spotlight: The Bodhana Group

We at Real Women of Gaming are proud to celebrate the amazing sponsors of the You’re Not Alone Annual Fundraiser! Over the next week leading up to the our 1 day event on September 26th, we will giving shout-outs to people who are our partners in this endeavor! The Bodhana Group advocates the use ofContinue reading “You’re Not Alone Sponsor Spotlight: The Bodhana Group”

Game Review: Carrion

I love playing a new game. The size of my Steam library would indicate maybe a little too much. So many games come along that grab my attention with trailers and game-pay footage, yet fail to hold it. Carrion does not let go. Much like your protagonist, this game has hauled me into it’s toothyContinue reading “Game Review: Carrion”

You’re Not Alone: Player vs Hunger

This year for our Annual You’re Not Allow Alone Fundraising Event, we at Real Women of Gaming are teaming up with Player vs Hunger to help to give back to at-risk communities struggling with food insecurity and hunger. Food Insecurity is the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. 21.4%Continue reading “You’re Not Alone: Player vs Hunger”

There’s an App for That – Board Games You Can Play on Your Phone or Computer

The board game renaissance is in full swing. There are almost 200 board game conventions each year in the US alone. Friendly local games stores (FLGS) can be found on every continent (well, Antarctica is behind the curve).  Meetup boosts more then 3,700 board game groups.  If you want to get your table-top game on, there’sContinue reading “There’s an App for That – Board Games You Can Play on Your Phone or Computer”

Best Bows and Crossbows in Video Games

Over the years a large cross-section of video games have included the trusty bow and arrow as the weapon of choice and the trend appears to be on the rise. The bow is a weapon historians have found in settlements dating back to around 9000 BC. Pop culture loves the bow and arrow and aContinue reading “Best Bows and Crossbows in Video Games”