Should real-life religion be used in games?
Should real-life religion be used in games? is a question we have asked ourselves recently (Chris and I, I mean…).
With the successful crowdfunding of The Adventurer’s Guide to the Bible and some of the criticism it has received, Chris and I decided it would be a great idea to record an episode about real life religion in games.
What could go wrong, right?
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