Mario and the Maker


On March 31, 2021, designers were no longer able to upload courses to Super Mario Maker (SMM) for the Wii U. Though this announcement was bittersweet, it opened the door to what was once impossible for gamers: officially completing SMM. While Super Mario Maker 2 crested 2 million user created levels within the first two […]

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Ys IX: Monstrum Nox (Nintendo Switch) | Beneath The Tangles


I had the opportunity to play this new JRPG from NIS for the Switch. My full review is here, but you can get a preview of it below. Let me know your opinion on this game and any other Ys game you may have played, as I’m new to this series and it’s the first […]

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Mario by Faith, Not by Sight?


Was that the 10th step or the 11th? Perhaps you have had similar thoughts while negotiating stairs in the dark. Was that the last step or is there one more? Guess wrong or misremember and you’re reaching for a phantom top step (with that brief frightful feeling of stepping through nothingness) or confidently hurting your […]

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E3 2021: Reveals, Trailers And More


Video game conferences happen every year, all around the world. One of the biggest ones and most infamous for it’s reveals of new games and consoles has always been E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo). Recently though, it hasn’t made as big a splash as before, but I will be positive and blame the virus pandemic on […]

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Preview: Project TRIANGLE STRATEGY (Switch)


During the recent Nintendo Direct in February, a new game called project TRIANGLE STRATEGY was revealed that reminded me of Fire Emblem and Octopath Traveler. When I watched the preview, I was excited to try it out but I assumed, like most games, I wouldn’t be able to get my hands on it for quite […]

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Preview: Little Nightmares II (Nintendo Switch)


The newest game to bring jump scares to many streamers and gamers alike is Little Nightmares II. This sequel brings more of what the original one did, which was make you jump or sweat in fear as you play. I saw that the demo was available on Nintendo Switch and having never played the first […]

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Preview: Hyrule Warriors – Age Of Calamity


If you have ever played Dynasty Warriors, you are aware that it practically created a new genre of gaming. It’s a fun style of gameplay where you play as various characters on one map, beating up hundreds and hundreds of enemies at once. I thought it would be overwhelming, but it’s a lot of fun. […]

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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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Hotel Dusk: One Night Can Be Over 215 Miracles – Guest Post


*The following is a guest post from M. Daizen on the game Hotel Dusk. Enjoy the post, and if you are interested in submitting a guest post, just email me! God bless.* The Nintendo DS is a game system that is full of many magnificent games, but sometimes, things can go above and beyond what is considered […]

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