Drew and Kent talk about designing for meaningful decision making in games and the future of both AAA and independent game development.
Bungie is giving the elite of PvP event, Trials of Osiris, access to the exclusive Lighthouse on Mercury for winning a flawless victory.
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What is insanity, and does Batman have it?
For Nina Freeman, games are about personal honesty, and Aaron Sorkin can just deal with it.
Five Nights At Freddy's developer Scott Cawthorn has issued a subpoena to Apple for the identity of whomever released a fake Five Nights at Freddy's 4.
A common sense plea to gamers to financially support the developers whose games we enjoy.
Introducing the Gamechurch Quorum, in which game critics from various spiritual and philosophical perspectives discuss controversial videogame-related issues in a safe space with open minds.
Christopher Hutton traces the movements of some of the first distinctively Christian videogame studios, their impact on the industry, and their influence upon current Christian developers and game studios.
"This week Drew talks to Thomas Henshell, developer of the forthcoming Arch Mage Rises about doing what you love, the story of the Bible, and the unique challenges of designing games from a Christian perspective."