Treasure Chest: Pokemon’s Evolution, Fathers in Gaming and God At Conventions

It’s been a pretty long month for me, and I’m doing my best to catch up with all the writing I enjoy doing. I write a bi-weekly post on Beneath The Tangles and three articles for Geeks Under Grace a month, so that’s five every 30 days. It doesn’t sound like much, but include all the research, searching for images, editing and sharing posts on social media it becomes a lot of work. I’m considering doing less, but so far I have it under control. I prefer writing on the weekends or my free time, and it does help me relax.

This month I’ve dug out some fantastic treasure throughout the various blogs and sites I visit. We have my very own interview with Oswaldo Pinto, who owns the only Spanish Christian/anime radio station online, and there’s also a couple articles on Pokemon. If you haven’t heard about Pokemon GO then you need to watch this, as well!

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There’s also a great article on fatherhood and gaming, discussions on the new Metal Gear Solid V’s story, while a classic RPG gets a review from Geeks Under Grace. I enjoy finding so many posts each month that reflect a biblical worldview in geek, anime and gaming. I hope you all enjoy this, and let me know what you thought of this month’s treasure.

VIDEO GAME ARTICLESSquirtle-Evolution

ANIME ARTICLES (and podcast!)

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