"into traditional gaming."
They aren't after Call of Duty lovin' girls as "they've figured out what they want." Their first title is a 'School 26', an RPG about a high school student helping a friend.
"The core game world has not moved aggressively into the female space," declared Brenda Bailey Gershkovitch of Vancouver-based Silicon Sisters. "The casual and social gaming world has," referring to the likes of The Sims and Farmville.
Personal and school-related problems are what players will help their friend deal with in RPG School 26, and probably not some terrorist attack involving undercover wet work. Silicon Sisters aren't about the Call of Duty style of crowd.
"We're not concentrating on building games for those gals," said Gershkovitch, "because they've figured out what they want. We're building games for the rest of the girls out there - the girls who haven't yet broken into traditional gaming."
Do you know many female gamers that can give you a run for you money? Silicon Sisters is based in Vancouver with CEO Brenda Bailey Gershkovitch and COO Kirsten Forbes.