Tag: Podcast

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.

Articles: Holy Week, Game-Parenting, and Rogue Babies with Spears

What videogames help you enter into Holy Week? Can videogames be a huge part of God’s calling in your life? What videogames connect parents and their children? And what games are worth checking out? We examine these questions in the following articles.

You Should Listen To The Radiance Game Dev Podcast!

If you ever wanted to make a “Christian Videogame,” you need to listen to the Radiance Podcast. Not that I’m biased or anything.

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.

Recaps: Sickening Republique, Redemptive Nightmares, and Evil Holidays

Knock, knock! Want some links to sweet stuff about redemption in games?

Articles: Friend Hunting Diablo on Roads Not Taken (Where No Gamers Are Allowed)

Sorry if that title is a little misleading. Four different thoughts there: friend hunting, Diablo-ing, comparing some game called Road Not Taken to my teacher, and a podcast about the ugliness of the word Gamer.

What’s the Theology of E3? Is it Growing up? How Close Is That Transistor Sword?

In which, we finally look at some posts from early June despite it already being the middle of July.

(We is slow, we is fine, we is ‘portant.)

No Underestimating the Walking Dead and a Theology of Exploration

In which, contributions elsewhere point-out the value of oft-overlooked folk and remind us to have an explorative theology.

Games I Recommend (or Not)

Here’s a bunch of games I wrote about to encourage you to play or not to play.

Rogue Legacy and the Theology of Game Sex

Kinda late in posting this stuff, but it’s recommended if you find Christian commentary on videogames fascinating.