Chris is the Chief Executive Nerd of LTN and co-host of Humans of Gaming. He loves his wife and games. He lives in Ventura, California with his wife and his games.
Drew is the Chief Content Nerd for Love Thy Nerd and the co-host of Humans of Gaming. He is also the editor of Explore the Bible: Students and co-hosts the weekly CaPC Digest podcast for Christ and Pop Culture. Drew has written for Paste Magazine, Relevant Magazine, Christianity Today, WORLD Magazine, and Think Christian. He lives in the Nashville, TN area with his wife and their three children.
Dr. Karen Schrier talks about ability to tell gripping stories and effectively communicate ideas in a different medium and playing games before it was cool.
Joe Hopkins of the Kickstarter board game project Endangered joins us this week. Drew and Chris talk with Joe about the self appointed quarter backing player who can take over the gaming experience and create barriers for enjoyment as well as Joe’s midwestern upbringing as well as his life in Detroit, MI.
Eddy Webb talks to us about what it means to be a "good dog" in Pugmire, a role playing game that reflects on the human condition.
Manny Tremblay of hit board game Dice Throne, talks frankly about everything from making children's dishes, working for Cyan, and isoloationst religion.
In the frozen tundra of Michigan, Rebekah Saltsman sits down to talk to Drew about the forthcoming game Overland.
Xalavier Nelson Jr. of Hypnospace Outlaw talks about underground folk dancing and how puns and horror games have more in common than people might think.
Andrien Gbinigie of Ubisoft joins us this week to talk about his dream of working on Assassin's Creed ever since he ran atop the roofs in Venice in AC2.
Michael Vermeulen and Derek Bradley of Ashen talk about the development of their Souls-like game and the "take care of people" environment of the studio.
Adam Davis and Adam Johns of Games to Grow join Drew and Chris this week to talk about the therapeutic uses of Dungeons & Dragons.
Jay Tholen of Hypnospace Outlaw waxes nostalgic over the late 90's internet and bemones the divergant opinions of video games within Christendom.