Let me start off here with a disclaimer.
Our topic of discussion this week is a game that deals with some potentially uncomfortable personal stuff. It deals with bodies, and body parts, and gender perceptions, and it does all of this in a pretty mature (as in not for kids) way. That’s in terms of some of the visuals but also the language used. So consider the “NSFW” tag applied.
That said, Dys4ia is a successful art game because it discusses these issues openly and honestly, without being squeamish. More on that shortly. Continue reading “Dys4ia: An Interactive Autobiography about Gender and Sexuality”