World of Warcraft, You Have a Women Problem

(I'm about to list the names of characters that, for those unfamiliar with World of Warcraft, might not be recognizable. For the purpose of the article, I kindly ask that you bear my lore nerdiness and just go with the flow. If you wish for more information on the characters, don't hesitate to leave...

A New Overwatch character Has Arrived…Doomfist

Written by: Junae Benne A new Overwatch character has arrived, Doomfist. He is a villain or at least the bad guy who was put in jail by Overwatch member Winston. We learn a bit more about Doomfists history through his trailer and hearing Jeff Kaplan, a developer for Overwatch, tell us a bit more about him. Doomfist enters the Overwatch lineup as the newest...

Mass Effect: Andromeda Review

By E. Angel When the original Mass Effect came out, I was really not into action role-playing games. For a long time I liked the one or two button games like Mario Brothers, Donkey Kong, and Pac-Man, then they started adding story games.  Lara Croft: Tomb Raider was one of the first games, I was...

Janina Gavankar and Jesse Williams Add A Splash of Color To E3 This Year

Written by: Whitney Walters I cannot express how revitalizing E3 was this year! With impressive presentations, anticipated and unexpected game reveals, I feel my list of expectations was fully covered. However, what set apart E3 this year were a few unexpected moments that occurred throughout the conference, these two in particular. The first of the...

BGN Review: Watch Dogs 2

  By James Deshommes Twitter: JadesJa Instagram: jxndesign The highly anticipated sequel to Ubisoft Montreal Watchdogs has arrived in Watch Dogs 2. This time around you get a more vibrant colorful city as the series transitions from cold and rainy Chicago to the sunny palm trees and tech enthusiast dense environment of San Francisco. As we enter a...

E3 Round Up: Melanin Edition

By Shawn Reynolds   This year's E3 might not have been as memorable as others, but for a particular group, this year's conference was record-breaking. Microsoft, Bethesda, Ubisoft, Sony, and Nintendo all featured games with a character of color.   Crackdown 3's reveal trailer opened up with Terry Crews hyping up the audience about the new sci-fi action...

BGN Game Review: ‘The Red Strings Club’

A classic and recognizable noir intro: meet our hero, falling from a great height, presumably to their death. A series of choices swirling in their head, in cantering step with the piano on the soundtrack, awash in mistakes and traveling scales, with potentially just enough time to reflect as the ground rushes up below....

Why I Still Get Mad When I Game — The Story of a Female POC Gamer

It can be rough being a female POC Gamer. And for one Black Girl Nerd, it gets downright infuriating. Read on and learn why one BGN still gets mad when she's gaming, here on Black Girl Nerds!

5 of The Highest Paid Female Gamers of 2017

Over the past couple of decades or so, the world of gaming has exploded, becoming a multi-billion dollar industry. From a quaint pastime that was exclusively designed to entertain children, it has grown into a beloved medium for all ages, with its own events, conventions, and celebrities.  And unlike the world of traditional media...

BGN Game Review: Tekken 7

By Karla Clark   If you are a Tekken fan, then you have likely been eagerly awaiting Tekken 7’s release for what feels like eons. Of course, considering how terrible Street Fighter V was upon release, the delays were a good move on Bandai Namco’s part. The game is polished and offers more content for players...
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