Leftwing Madrid’s next mayor designed an educative game

Last weekend, The Guardian published an article about the interesting changes Madrid is living at the moment. Manuela Carmena, the next mayor of the city where I was born, is an ex-communist retired judge who has been working in many different projects for the last few years. One of them was designing a board game about judicial […]

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Charlando sobre videojuegos, educación y ética

Apologies for posting in Spanish language but I have recently had a discussion about videogames and ethics with a friend of my grandfather, 70 years old, and I thought it could be an interesting read for some people. Unfortunately I don’t have the time to translate it to English. El mes pasado estuve charlando por e-mail […]

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The Fight to Get Gay in Video Games

I read for the first time about “Ultimate Gay Fighter” at this excellent article in Motherboard. What the developer calls “the first gay video game ever” is basically a Mortal Kombat rip-off featuring too stereotypical gay characters who have generated very bad criticism from the LGBT community as well as their opposing side.

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