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.
This week Drew and Josh talk to one of their very favorite game writers, Jenn Frank about her complicated relationship and recent reluctant return to her Christian upbringing.
Ricky Haggett of Hollow Ponds talks about Loot Rascals as well as his history with religion, reasons for developing games, and his favorite iPad games.
Join Drew and M. Joshua as they host a PAX East Roundtable with Matt Conn and Steve Callum as they talk about the games they love and Matt’s involvement with GaymerX
This week Drew and M. Joshua chat with writers Kate Kadowaki and Miguel Melendez about the concept of creation and wonder in videogames.
Drew and M. Joshua are back this week to talk with developer Marc Flury and cultural perspective on this episode of the GameChurch podcast.
Rand Miller joins Drew and M. Joshua to talk about his life, belief and passion for games along with reflections of his work on one of the most important games made, MYST.
The GameChurch crew comes together to debate and decide upon what Games Jesus Loves in 2016.
The impressions we form when playing games are often subject to being bound by context: the frame of mind, our personal and vocational situations, the technology we use to consume the games, and even the […]
David Pittman joins Drew and M. Joshua this week to talk about his games “Eldritch” and “Slayer Shock” as well as his desire to make good hearted games.