An integrated approach to Christianity, theology, and video games.
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Duration: 73:05 m - Filetype: mp3 - Bitrate: 128 KBPS - Frequency: 44100 HZ
- So we talk in dichotomies this week - worship songs conveying meaning through musical progression and how games can convey meaning via mechanics - mechanical theming, in other words. They are similar, yet different!Topics include John Mark MacMillan, Banner Saga, Gears of War, Sim City, Minecraft, Halo, Destiny (YET AGAIN), Bayonetta 2, Ninja Gaiden II, XCOM, Wasteland 2, Let's Plays, Keith Green, Jesus Music, Petra, Carmen, Stryper, CCM, Worship music, services, projector slides, people holding hands in wheat fields, and all sorts of talk regarding Church stuff.
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- Listen to me gush about The Wonderful 101 for about 30 minutes straight. So yeah, it's fun and you should own it.
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- Here is Theology Gaming's official Christmas Holiday Shopping Hype-o-meter podcast! We give our opinions on games we have and have not played, and somehow this constitutes a well-informed opinion! Hopefully we did a good job on scouring the AAA market for good things to buy! Zachery Oliver and Andrew Crawford talk about these games:SeptemberDestiny, Hyrule Warriors, Shadow of Mordor, Persona 4 Arena UltimaxOctoberSuper Smash Bros 3DS & Wii U, Alien: Isolation, Borderlands, The Evil Within, Bayonetta 2, Civilization: Beyond Earth, Sunset OverdriveNovemberCall of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Assasin's Creed: Unity, Halo Master Chief Collection, World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor, Dragon Age Inquisition, Far Cry 4, Persona Q; Shadow of the LabyrinthDecemberCaptain Toad Treasure Tracker, Guilty Gear Xrd SignJustin Fox also provide echoes and his insight into some of the more obscure titles on the list.