It has long been a silly tradition for video game fans to declare that a company has "won" E3. Yet it's also inevitable that every single year one or two companies will have a stronger show than the rest. They are The Winners.
I'm not for a second going to pretend I know anything about being a woman. However, I do know that when I play games I like to be 'me', and as far as gender goes I am amply catered for. Girls? Not so much.
"There's a lot of—for a lack of better words—politics in the games industry," the voice on the other end of my Skype call started. Pausing for several seconds before continuing, he elaborated, "This game of politics is influenced by outside forces and, in this case, the outside force was this outrage culture that's formed."