Humans of Gaming 192 | Kirk Dennison of Rurik
Boardgame designer Kirk Dennison joins us fresh out of knee surgery to open up to Drew and Chris about life as a father of 4 and the strained relations and expectations that can come with being a preacher’s kid.
Book Club 2 | David Petrie’s Party Hard
Join the club as Madeline Turnipseed interviews author and LTN Community member David Petrie about Party Hard, the first book in the Pixel Dust series.
The Heart in Faith Based
Perhaps the most meta and interesting film of the year is Faith Based, a film in the style of a mockumentary, about the making of a movie, a faith-based one at that.
Humans of Gaming 168 | Rob Daviau of Hasbro Games
Drew and Chris chat with board game titan Rob Daviau about his time as Hasbro, being a part-time parent, and how his beliefs influences his work.
Humans of Gaming 22 | Edmund McMillen of The Binding of Isaac on Feeling Like a Monster
For the developer of The Binding of Isaac and Super Meat Boy, the defining characteristic of his faith is the mystery of death.
Humans of Gaming 152 | Gabriel Graziani of Ubisoft
Gabriel Graziani has been the public face for many of Ubisoft's popular franchises and has many stories to tell about optimism and joy for his profession.
Humans of Gaming 149 | Kate Edwards of Game Advocacy on Playing Nice
Kate Edwards, one of the most influential women in gaming, joins us this week to talk about video games upsetting foreign countries and playing nice.
Humans of Gaming 142 | Andrien Gbinigie of Ubisoft on the Power of Social Media
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.
Humans of Gaming 118 | Ben Esposito of Donut County on Questioning Childhood Faith
Ben Esposito of Donut County talks about his Jewish heritage, questioning what you are taught to believe, and why Super Mario Odyssey is truly a freaky game