Tag: Gamechurch

March

I had assumed that upon his arrival, I’d be a lot less productive, and despite taking off two weeks after he was born, it looks like I still have a lot to show for it.

December Articles

It’s GOTY SEASON! That means nothing for most normal human beings, but if you write about video games it’s the “most important time of the year.”

November Articles

I tried a few new things this month. Most importantly, I tried to give a greater platform for others.

Recap – Let’s Skyhook Game-Dev God Bodies!

In which we look at posts M. Joshua wrote on Plus 10 Damage about a couch brawler, the importance of game developer commentaries, and a review of Apotheon.

Review Roundup: Borderland Tales in Wasteland 2 feel like This War of Mine

Jess liked Tales from the Borderlands’ first episode. A Borderlands game my wife likes might mean it’s a Borderlands my teenage friends dislike. But not necessarily. Maybe we’ll see how dudes feel about it at GameCell tonight?

GameChurch Space Monsters

On the GameChurch podcast this week, hosts Rich and Drew shared an Audio Documentary about six of us friends, Neptune’s Pride, and utter betrayal. If you think you might like a radio episode of Conquistador Star Trek, this is for you.

Let’s Play ‘This War of Mine’

This War of Mine is a game about the victims of war. Using survival-crafting mechanics, the game casts us into the care of three survivors. I’d like to share my play-through of the game with you.

Articles: Playing as Oppressed, Spiritual Formation, and “NecroDancing”

Josh talks about playing as a teenage girl in an arranged marriage, how his relationship with Jesus intersects with games, and why he’s excited to dance to a roguelike videogame.

Knight-Digging, Enemy-Loving, and Abyss-Diving

Hey Kids, wanna dig for treasure with a Knight? Love Enemies as a French Grandpa? Jump into pits filled with Chilean Sea Monsters? You’re in the right place.

Kardashian’s Hollywood, Peter Pan Syndrome, and The End of Times

In which, we look at a few of Josh’s exploits elsewhere: