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Videogames warrant more thought than a review score demands. These reviews are crafted with academic and spiritual expertise to consider the deeper implications of the games we play. Our thinking columnists connect games with society, faith, civilisation and meaning, they tell stories about games as engaging cultural artifacts.










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As well as a weekly videogame conversations that draw in our various columnists, we intersperse radio-plays, videogame review songs and standup comedy. Meat, two veg and afters.

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