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Girls are gamers, too -- and not just the Nintendogs type. Though video games have commonly been ascribed a boys' club distinction, the Girls Scouts of Greater Los Angeles and Women in Games International are looking to undo that widespread misperception. Working in conjunction with E-line, the pu...

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Next week the Savannah College of Art and Design will be holding two game related events over two days: The Women in Games International Conference (WIGI) and Game Developers eXchange Conference (GDX). If you're an academic, there's probably plenty of goody gumdrop information to be had. However, if...

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Next Generation has compiled a list of the 100 most influential women in the gaming industry, and it's not just about Frag Dolls and Girlz of Destruction. Some of these ladies have been involved in gaming for 30 years, and you won't get too far into the list before noticing there's a good woman behi...

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