Valve's handling of Hatred has catapulted a game about wanton killing to celebrity status.
Chris Suellentrop of the New York Times has created The New York Review of Games: a multimedia journal featuring a wide range of vibrant games writing and criticism.
The gamechurch writers argue about videogames, TO THE DEATH (not really to the death).
Behold, here are ten videogames from 2014 that Jesus would appreciate.
"End of the year lists are a ridiculous notion already, but the list of Games Jesus Loves is simultaneously the most and least ridiculous list possible."
For the developer of The Binding of Isaac and Super Meat Boy, the defining characteristic of his faith is the mystery of death.
Once Upon a Time asks players to consider whether they value the story they are weaving collaboratively more than winning the game.
Jonas talks about his time as a militant atheist and his slow softening process over time.
An online petition has persuaded Target in Australia to pull GTA V from store shelves. The petition cited violence against women, specifically sex workers.
Could we survive this wartime siege acting as Jesus might?