Sea Of Stars – Kickstarter Project


Sea of Stars is a turn-based RPG inspired by the classics. It tells the story of two Children of the Solstice who will combine the powers of the sun and moon to perform Eclipse Magic, the only force capable of fending off the monstrous creations of the evil alchemist known as The Fleshmancer. Description from […]

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Is It Wrong To Play Games During A Pandemic?


As I write this, it’s being reported that the number of deaths from Covid-19 has topped 56,000 in the United States. Many people’s lives have been upended by the sudden need to practice social distancing and quarantine themselves inside of their homes. With the rise in deaths in the United States and around the world, […]

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Review: Sonic Forces (PS4)


Initial release date: November 7, 2017 Writer(s): Eitaro Toyoda; Makoto Goya; Ken Pontac; Warren Graff Genre: Platform game Developers: Hardlight, Sonic Team Composers: Tomoya Ohtani, Kenichi Tokoi, Takahito Eguchi Platforms: PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows Sonic has definitely made a comeback these past recent years. I’m a big┬áSonic the Hedgehog fan, as […]

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The Unshakeable Beauty of Love


The following is a guest post from Diamond Kelley, a children’s author, talented writer, gamer and lover of Christ. She has joined the Gaming & God team, so I hope you look forward to her upcoming articles. Let her know your thoughts on the post in the comments, and I hope you enjoy it! One […]

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The Music That Pulled You In


Bass! How low can you go? Death row, what a brother knows Once again, back is the incredible The rhyme animal The uncannable D, Public Enemy Number One Five-O said, “Freeze!” and I got numb These lyrics are from one of the first times I really grasped the soundtrack on a video game. I want […]

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Gaming & God Is On Instagram


As I continue to try new things with the blog, I want to see how else I could expand it’s reach to share Christ with gamers. One of those ways is experimenting with Instagram. I hesitated on making one just for the blog, as I wasn’t sure what I would even post. My personal Instagram […]

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Gamer’s Journal: My Favorite Spotify Playlists While Gaming


When you are playing a video game, it interacts with some of your senses. Its not just something you watch, like TV, but you can touch the controller and feel certain moves via haptic, and you can listen to the sounds and music that are part of the game. While I enjoy the background tunes […]

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First Impression: Trials of Mana (Demo)


Initial release date: September 30, 1995 Composer: Hiroki Kikuta Series: Mana Developer: Square Genre: Action role-playing game Platforms: Nintendo Switch, Super Nintendo Entertainment System When the world was shrouded in darkness, the goddess of mana Drew forth the sword of mana to smite the eight benevodons, monsters of destruction. She sealed the horrors inside the […]

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Retro Revisited: Chip's Challenge


The following is a post from one of our new writers, James. He wrote a review on a retro game to start off, and below is a little more information on him. Enjoy! I am ShinyKamon, most people call me Shiny, some Kamon, a few know me as Bon, but my given name is James. […]

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To Doom or Not to Doom


This last week has been pretty big for the world of gaming. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic creeping across the globe, gamers have still been able to reap the fruits of two new AAA titles. To the chagrin of the fans, these two games are so different from each other that they have spawned a meme […]

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