The supreme court wasn’t just copying Fire Emblem when it ruled in favor of same-sex marriage today. Gay unions have been around for quite some time in video games. Let’s look back at marriage equality’s rich history in the virtual world.
Talk about a realm reborn! Fans of Final Fantasy XIV who were upset about the game's controversial decision to exclude gay marriage need not worry any longer. Director and producer Naoki Yoshida confirmed the change during one of its live-streamed E3 developer talks that the game will introduce same-sex relationships…
One of the first things that you're told in Tomodachi Life, Nintendo's newest life-sim for the 3DS, is that characters in the game can have babies. Specifically, it'll take your first imported Mii, and it'll show them holding a baby with a faceless person of the opposite gender.
Earlier this week, we helped publicize a fan-made petition that set out to get gay marriage support in the upcoming Nintendo game Tomodachi Life, which allows players to hang out and start relationships in a weird, surreal alternate universe habitated by Mii characters.
A new video game from Nintendo lets you have relationships and marriages... but only with people of the opposite gender. And at least one person wants to help change that.
Today, President Barack Obama announced his support for gay marriage. At which point the internet at large threw the guy so many high-fives Vishnu himself would've probably been a bit overwhelmed.
As U.S. District Judge Joseph Tauro battles the Defense of Marriage Act in Boston, he can rest assured that gay and lesbian marriage is alive and well in free-to-play MMO Runes of Magic, or will be once update 3.0.3 hits.