You don’t often hear from me, but I’m the Managing Editor for First Person Scholar. I’ve been involved in this site in some capacity or another almost from the very beginning. In 2012, FPS meetings grew out of the semi-regular Games Institute meetings at the University of Waterloo, and I’ve had the privilege of watching the site grow from those humble beginnings to the middle-state powerhouse it is today. Whether I was involved as a contributor, a fan, or an editor, First Person Scholar has been a near constant presence in my life for five years. Continue Reading →
For the last podcast of the school year and also my final appearance on the First Person Podcast, I talk with Rob Parker and our web editor Rina Wehbe about Christine Love’s Ladykiller in a Bind. Bringing together many of… Continue Reading →
It’s that time of year at First Person Scholar where we give ourselves a little break for the month of August and come back (hopefully) refreshed and renewed for another year of that hot video game content.
I’d also like to take this time to officially announce that I am stepping down as editor-in-chief to make way for a new team. I’d like to take the opportunity in this short post to reflect on my time with the publication and thank a ton of people who have been a part of this journey. Continue Reading →
This month on the first person podcast I talk Breath of the Wild with Chris and previous editor-in-chief Emma. We discuss our favourite quests and playstyles, the upcoming DLC as well as more in depth discussions about themes of sacrifice… Continue Reading →
This month on the First Person Podcast I am joined by Betsy, Rob and Shawn to discuss Final Fantasy 15. We go in depth with our history of the series and what made us so excited for the latest installment.… Continue Reading →
Tanya DePass is the founder and Director of I Need Diverse Games, a lifelong Chicagoan, founder and Editor In Chief of the Fresh Out of Tokens podcast and she’s also the Diversity Liaison for GaymerX. Alexandra Orlando: I’m here with… Continue Reading →
This month on the First Person Podcast, special guest Cameron Kunzelman joins Chris, Rob, and I to talk isometric RPGs. How and why has the genre persisted after all these years? What function does long form textual narrative have in today’s… Continue Reading →