Computer game pioneer Scott Adams joins Drew to talk about his contributions to the early days of computer gaming and his journey toward Christ.
Austin Wintory joins us to talk about how his curiosity about the world and religion, helps form his personality and his compositions.
Steve Gaynor of Tacoma, joins Drew and M Joshua to talk about the projects he has worked on since his last appearance on the show over 3 years ago.
Being different in the culture of video game streaming is the topic of discussion with special guests Ben Trueblood and Chris Swain of The2Headed Ogre
Drew and M Joshua are back this week while exploring the moral choices within games with special guest Ricardo Bare from Arkane Studios.
Theresa Duringer returns to talk about wrestling with her justifications of belief, scrabble board games, and her latest game Race for the Galaxy.
Drew hosts Will Dubé, President and CEO of Thunder Lotus Games, and the Creative Director behind their latest release, Sundered.
This week’s guest is Zainuddin Fahad of Asura. The interview explores Fahad’s Muslim upbringing and the Hindu mythology of Asura.
Laura Shigihara joins us to talk about her game new Rakuen. The prolific composer talks about her history with family, faith, and the themes of redemption.
Religion in video games is not an uncommon theme. Symbols of western religion in popular gaming can be found as far back as Link’s original shield in The Legend of Zelda on the NES. Modern […]
This week Drew and M. Joshua chats with prolific game critic Tom Chick regarding his unique approach to games criticism, his background in theological studies, and his fascination with religion despite the fact that he doesn’t practice it.
This week Drew and M. Joshua chat with Ian Dallas about his Ian’s upbringing, the difficulties inherent to making games about wonder, and the unsettling nature of making art about death.