Ken Levine and the Artistic Temperament

EDIT: Well, apparently Polygon tells me my predictions weren’t too far off. The artistic temperament is a disease that afflicts amateurs. It is a disease which arises from men not having sufficient power of expression to utter and get rid of the element of art in their being. It is…

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Podcast #28 – Motivations

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What motivates you to play video games? Zach, Ted, and Josh discuss how we play games and, perhaps, come to some differing conclusions regarding our own motivations. Apologies for the audio problems! Topics include Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, the Bill Nye vs. Ken Ham debate, Proteus, Kirby, Gone…

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TG Sessions #2 – Indie Games : The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

  Bryan Hall’s gotta a grudge with indie games. So does Zachery Oliver, to a degree.  So let’s talk (or virtual hug) it out. Topics range from the definition of “indie games” to what we like and hate about them in equal measure, to complete tangents and flights of fancy.…

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Theology Gaming’s Best Games of 2013

Every year, we put our heads together and come up with the best and most important video games of the year. [Editor’s Note: Lies. We never do this, and this is just Josh’s opinion with sprinkles of other people’s additions] As such, it seemed best to put together a completely…

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