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April’s Featured Game: ARCADEA

GENRE: Fantasy, Adventure, Puzzle
SUMMARY: In the world of Arcadea, people can accomplish their dreams. How? Through video games of course! Everybody who lives in Arcadea has a special arcade machine they can visit in their dreams that lets them fulfill their strongest wishes. Whether it’s to go on an adventure, or make friends, or fall in love, or solve a mystery, or completely start a new life, there’s a game made just for them..
The game follows Maisie, a new arrival to Arcadea. She’s not very interested in all this gaming stuff; her only goal is to find an important person. But along the way, she can’t help but be roped into other people’s problems. She also can’t help that the arcade machines seem to glitch around her. A lot.

Our Interview With The Dev Team Below The Cut!

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omfg y’all. It seriously just now occurred to me… that the running joke in Daesung’s Dome Tour earlier this year was “Show me something!” So now he’s gone and done it and named his next tour the D Show. The D Show.

What’s he gonna show us? His D? We gonna see One Night D-LITE come out to play?

Why. Why is he like thisssss

annalisa-monalisa  asked:

I saw your answer about the "closet privilege" trans girls may or may not have. Does this work the other way too? Suppose a trans guy has fully transitioned and presents as "male". Does he enjoy the benefits of a patriarchal society then? If so, are there any harmful side effects (e.g. this tells people that it's only socially acceptable to transition fully or something like that)?

oh wow now THIS is an interesting question

so trans guys get treated generally better than trans ladies, but still pretty shit - on a whole, i’d say they get “Male Privilege Lite” or like “Diet Male Privilege” in that it’s totally there but like… y’know they definitely don’t reap all of the benefits from it, at least not always.

if a trans guy completely passes as cis, then he absolutely reaps the benefits of a patriarchal society, HOWEVER, he will still experience transphobia in the way of hearing transphobic jokes, fearing people will find out he is trans, etc, etc. and thus will have a significantly shittier life than a cis guy.

trans guys definitely generally get more male privilege the better they pass, but i wouldn’t say that that encourages the idea that it is only socially acceptable to transition fully. for one, it’s not necessarily to do with how far you transition - there are pre-op/non-op trans guys who pass better than post-op trans guys, and thus the former will likely receive more male privilege than the latter.

i think in general society focuses on how trans people’s worth seems to be defined on how well they pass - e.g “haha yeah trans men get to be treated as men… but only if they look close enough to a cis man”, and “haha yeah trans girls are really hot… but only if they look like cis girls”. both of these are incredibly toxic ideologies and i think they DO pressure people to transition medically.

good question!