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G.URL Magazine is a pioneering publication dedicated to redefining the image of female gamers and celebrating their role in the gaming community. Established in 2022, G.URL Magazine explores the intersection of gaming culture with fashion, music, and lifestyle, offering a unique and inclusive perspective on the 'gamer girl' experience. The magazine's mission is to challenge stereotypes, highlight the achievements of women in gaming, and promote inclusivity within the online community.

Baldur’s Gate 3 and Sapphic Narratives

June 11, 2024

How Baldur’s Gate 3 became a benchmark for sapphic representation in gaming Written by Ciara Wheeler The recent success of…

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G.URL takes on Vampire Survivors’ latest DLC with guns blazing!

June 9, 2024

Operation Guns Combines Bullet Hell with Contra Nostalgia Written by Annika McCabe Admittedly, I was equally intimidated and delighted when…

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Super Sapphic Ultra Modern Girl

June 8, 2024

Pop culture’s ongoing sapphic explosion Written by Ashley Schofield Happy Pride Month! It’s a damn good time for sapphic representation.…

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Bandai Marks 20 Years of Tamagotchi with Iconic Shell Re-releases

June 5, 2024

Written by Hannah Holowaychuk Twenty years ago, Bandai Namco, Japan’s leading toy manufacturer, unveiled an innovative design for their beloved…

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Laysara: Summit Kingdom Review

May 9, 2024

Written by Annika McCabe Over at G.URL, we were lucky enough to get early access to the upcoming titleLaysara: Summit…

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A love letter to High School Musical: Makin’ the Cut!

April 4, 2024

Words by Willow Najarro How “High School Musical: Makin’ the Cut” Redefined Gaming for a Generation In the heart of…

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Do We Miss When Animal Crossing Villagers Were Mean to Us?

March 19, 2024

Written by Annika McCabe Our repeated nightmares about an angry mole popping up when we don’t save our game can…

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Gone in a Flash

October 22, 2023

Exploring the ability to Build Safe Spaces for Girl Gamers – Post Flash If you had a childhood anything like…

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