‘Feminist’ video game characters are getting a makeover

The video game industry is slowly but surely getting back to its roots with the rise of women in games.

Here are a few more examples of how gaming has been changing in the last decade.

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BioShock Infinite The original BioShock was an important milestone in gaming history, not just for the game’s story and setting, but for the games creators themselves.

The game was a bold experiment in creating a narrative about a group of survivors living on an isolated island in Rapture, with an iconic antagonist.

This was the beginning of the idea that games should be about stories, not about a single protagonist.

BioWare, BioShock creator Ken Levine and the rest of the team did their best to create an environment where the story of a small group of people living on a small island could resonate and resonate in a larger world.

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Fallout 4 Fallout 4 is the sequel to Fallout 3, and it’s not surprising that its predecessor had such a huge impact on video game culture.

Fallout 3 was a big, ambitious game with a large scope.

The original Fallout 3’s main protagonist, James Bond, is the ultimate badass, but his relationship with his daughter, Lily, is an interesting twist.

The character of Agent 007 is a bit more nuanced than Bond.

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Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Uncharted 4 was the first game from the Uncharted series to be released for consoles, and its sequel, Uncharted 4’s Last of Us, has become one of the biggest hits in the series.

This sequel brought back some familiar characters and locations, like the abandoned lighthouse and the abandoned underwater city.

It also introduced a bunch of new ones, like a pirate named Kage and a woman named Ellie.

The series has also developed some interesting new tropes, like Naughty Dog’s new take on The Walking Dead.

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The Last of Ulysses: The Odyssey The Last Of Ulysss is the last of the Greek mythos, and the story is about an ancient warrior who was once an enemy of King Dionysus.

In a twist that may surprise you, this is the same guy who is the main protagonist in The Last Game of the Year, the 2014 film based on The Odyssey.

This movie took the traditional story of the Odyssey and brought it into the 21st century with a modern twist.

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt In 2013, Bethesda announced the launch of a new Witcher game, Wild Hunt.

This game was going to be the biggest RPG project in the history of gaming, and so far, the studio has done a phenomenal job.

The story of Geralt of Rivia is a complex one that has been told in a number of different languages.

It was also announced that the game was being developed by a team of more than 30 people.

The developers were aiming for a grand, sprawling world that would span five continents, with more than 200 NPCs, a huge cast of characters, and an entire mythology to tie it all together.

The world was built on a foundation of lore and mythology, and as you play through the game, you will be able to discover and understand more about it. 8.

Mass Effect: Andromeda The Mass Effect series has been around for a while, but its biggest influence on video games is Mass Effect 3, which came out in 2013.

Mass and the crew of the Normandy are the primary characters of the game and are the main antagonists.

The Mass effect series has expanded into other mediums in the years since.

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Star Wars Battlefront 2 The next installment in the Star Wars saga is Star Wars: Battlefront, and while the franchise has been in development for over 20 years, its sequel has never been officially announced.

Instead, EA has released two trailers in the span of two weeks.

The first of the two trailers features two characters from the first Star Wars game: Darth Vader and a young boy named Luke Skywalker.

The second trailer features a new villain named Darth Maul, a character who was introduced in the prequel trilogy and will be featured prominently in Star Wars Rebels.

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Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception Uncharted 3 was the game that broke the mold of first-person shooters with a story.

Drake was a mysterious character who led a crew that was searching for treasure.

It is unclear whether or not Drake is a real person, but the trailer clearly shows him.

Uncharted was a massive hit, and Drake has become a big part of the franchise.

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Mass effect: Andromeda’s Nemesis The Andromeda series is a trilogy of stories that took place in the Andromeda galaxy.

Andromeda was the third installment in this series, and this is where it all started.

The Nemesis was the final antagonist in the trilogy, and he has been a major character throughout the games.

This Nemesis, known as Saren Arterius, was a scientist who worked at a research facility that had developed a weapon called the Wraith.

Saren’s experiments were unsuccessful, but he still wanted to keep working on his weapon and eventually discovered that