Cloud Strife And Dealing With Our Past


The long awaited Final Fantasy VII Remake was finally released in 2020. This has been a game that fans have wanted for decades, and I’m so glad it was completed. I had the privilege of playing through it all and I have to say, it’s my game of the year for 2020! It reminded me […]

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Interview: Taming Gaming (Family-Friendly Gaming Database)


When you think of videogames, sometimes family friendly isn’t the term that comes to mind. Here at Gaming & God, I hope to bring awareness to games that can be enjoyed and that parents wouldn’t have to worry about the content in them. Games can be very long at times, unlike a TV show or […]

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Our Favorite Holiday Themed Video Game Music


Christmas is coming! I think this is my favorite time of the year (pun intended!), and I thought to myself, “how can I share Christmas to gamers in a way that they will enjoy?”. One of the staples for this time, especially here in the USA, is Christmas music. Can you imagine December without it? […]

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Gaming With God: A NieR Truth | Beneath The Tangles


Gaming With God: A NieR Truth Today we continue a final series of Throwback Thursday posts to run through the end of 2020 and celebrating our 10th anniversary! Samuru returns to his Gaming and God column temporarily to discuss one of the most popular games of recent years, NieR: Automata. Enjoy, and continue to stay […]

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Gaming With God: Collector’s Edition


What do you imagine a collector’s edition of a videogame should include? The soundtrack? Behind the scenes footage? Figures? Maps of the game’s environment? Sometimes they come with all of this and more. I don’t purchase many of these as they are often expensive and I like to save money when buying my games. Also, […]

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Movie Review: High Score (Netflix)


First episode date: August 19, 2020Narrated by: Charles MartinetNetwork: NetflixGenre: DocumentaryExecutive producer: France Costrel Samuru Video games have a deep history to them. From the first consoles like Atari or the NES, to the music composition or sound effects that are still recognizable decades later. There are lots of books and documentaries on the topic […]

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Preview: KINGDOM HEARTS Melody of Memory (PS4)


When it comes to Kingdom Hearts, I’m all in! I have completed all the main titles in the series, or I have watched the cut-scenes movies that are included in the new remastered versions (Chain of memories, Dream Drop Distance). KH is a fascinating series that brings you back to your childhood with all the […]

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Review: Puzzle Showdown 4K


Developer: Kingdom GamesPublisher: Kingdom GamesPlatform: Microsoft Windows Thanks to 70×7 for the review copy of this game! Puzzles can be fun games to play with a group of people, or by yourself. They can be relaxing and used as a mental exercise. There are thousands and thousands of images that can be put together, and […]

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Review: She Dreams Elsewhere (PC)


Indie games often don’t get a lot of clout but are most commonly the games that explore things that AAA companies (big gaming developers) are unwilling to tackle. With the current climate (Late May, early June 2020) I felt a strong urge to celebrate indie games developed by the least represented group in the gaming […]

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