Earlier this week, Felicia Day wrote a blog post. In it, the well-known actor eloquently expressed something that a great number of people in the video game scene have been feeling lately: She said she was afraid.
Internet sensations. Gamers. Co-hosts of tonight's D.I.C.E. video game awards. And now... Felicia Day and Freddie Wong are also Kotaku interviewers. One time only! They interviewed each other for Kotaku today. About games. About life. And just a bit about taking baths and what to do with nasty Internet comments.
Actress Felicia Day cut her hair a few months ago—this is a thing people noticed, naturally. And thanks to comments and social media, anyone can throw in their two cents about her new look. Thing is, sometimes, those two cents are hilariously misguided and wrong.
I think we've all been there: you're young, you're bored, you decide to write some poetry about your favorite video game.
I know everyone is disappointed that they don't get to see my crappy red tablecloth and hear my children babbling in the background, but trust me, this is for the best, if only for the myriad opportunities to dust off "that's what she said". It's Felicia Day! And Guild Wars 2!
This must be weird. Nerd starlet Felicia Day, who stars in not just a Dragon Age web series but some Dragon Age II DLC, sits down here to play...Dragon Age II. As herself.
Dragon Age Redemption, the official live action web series by Felicia Day and friends, hits the halfway mark today with a release of the third of six episodes. In this installment, she's stabbing a guy who wants to help out. Pretty good episode, and, so far, my preferred way to get live-action interpretations of…
The second installment of Felicia Day's Dragon Age: Redemption six-episode web series is live. I missed the first, but this one's solid. Fun characters. Reverent to the video game lore without being embarrassing.
As I watched Felicia Day interact with a video game version of herself, I was struck by the degree of existential weirdness that was going on in front of me. What must it be like to come face to face with a pre-recorded, interactive version of yourself? I tried to imagine having a branching, BioWare-style conversation…
Let's start with my love of the Dragon Age universe, as well as Dragon Age: Origins. Man, I loved that game. Okay, we've got that out of the way? Good. Because I've made no bones about the fact that I was profoundly disappointed with Dragon Age II.
The latest episode of The Guild is a universe of geeky stars, with Dollhouse's Eliza Dushku, Chuck's Zach Levi, Colin Ferguson from Eureka, and more join Felicia Day at a party where evil Master Chiefs punch Kevin "Hercules" Sorbo in the kisser.
There are new comics in the comics shops every Wednesday, but some of those comics are not worth your money. As always, I have recommendations about which comics—physical ones and digital ones—you should consider buying. You're welcome!
What do Neil Gaiman, Lady Gaga, Xeni Jardin and Felicia Day have in common? They all made Time's list for best Twitter feeds.
Felicia Day, star of the Internet series The Guild, will also be the star of Dragon Age: Redemption a web spin-off to the dark fantasy Dragon Age series that will debut this summer.
The Guild's Felicia Day struts her stuff at this weekend's launch party for Fallout: New Vegas held, appropriately enough, in Las Vegas.