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Video Games: Gender - stereotyping?
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"Love, Courtship and the Promiscuous Male Mobile Gamer". 67 The Bishnen archetype is an example of this portrayal, as well as characters like Vega from Street Fighter, Mettaton from Undertale, Maxi and Raphael from Soul Calibur, and Sephiroth from Final Fantasy VII. 10 According to Madeline Messer writing in the Washington Post in 2015, among the top 50 endless running games for mobile devices, 98 of those with gender-identifiable characters featured male protagonists, of which 90 were free to play. 12 However, other earlier games featured female player characters, such as Toby Masuyo Kissy from Baraduke (1985). 61 They are often characterized as overtly aggressive and violent. Hernandez, Patricia (24 February 2015). 27 There is also a higher chance of people of color, especially women, to be portrayed as villains. Recurring themes in articles and discussions on the topic include the sexual objectification and sexualization of female characters, done to appeal to a presumed male audience, 28 as well as the degree to which female characters are independent from their male counterparts within the same. At PAX Prime 2013, she was voted among the best female antagonists in video gaming history.