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Religion and theology in gaming and fantasy worlds

In a thirty minute talk on VideoBrains, theologian Jenni Goodchild talks about religion in video game, and convincingly argues that games need to do a better job of creating religions and faith systems in their narratives.

Goodchild explores some sloppy religion in various games, and explains that it can be done better by making consistent faiths that have real world applications to the people and cultures in your game.

Her argument for religion in games could apply to writers of any fantasy […]

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