A Parents guide to the ESRB Rating System


In the United State, since the horrific events of the 1999 Columbine school shooting, the United States has seen a significant uptick in attacks on schools by students who attend, attended, or are in some way associated with people of that school. While in general, violent crime statistics show a decline from say the 1980’s […]

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Review: Evan’s Remains (Nintendo Switch)


Initial release date: March 17, 2020Publisher: Whitethorn DigitalDesigner: Matias SchmiedPlatforms: PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, macOS, Macintosh operating systemsDevelopers: Matias Schmied, maitan69 (Matías Schmied) Thanks go out to Whitehorn Digital for the review copy of Evan’s Remains. You guys are fantastic. Since I only recently purchased a Nintendo Switch I have been […]

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Preview: Ghost Of Tsushima


Ghost of Tsushima was officially released over a week ago on July 17th of this year, and like so many other gamers I was excited to jump on the bandwagon to begin to play this gorgeous new action-adventure released by Sucker Punch Productions. Over a week into playing GoT, I still have yet to complete […]

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Castlevania: SOTN – Knocked Back, But I Get Up Again


I got Knocked Back, but I got up Again Alucard isn’t too complex. His look is distinguished: a mix of late 1700’s era clothing, flowing white hair, and a lively cape ever behind him. He is driven, singularly motivated to do one thing, finally put an end to the evil reign of his storied father […]

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Are Christian Streamers Considered Missionaries?


As Christians become more involved in the gaming space, questions arise as to how we can share the gospel of Christ while enjoying this genre of entertainment as well. I myself have been part of this growth and have seen websites or content creators come and go, while others have planted roots and have been […]

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Exploring Diversity In Gaming: Games By Black Developers


Originally, I was going to be writing an article on the history of the RPG genre. Recent events have changed this, and I feel a very strong conviction that instead, I need to write something a bit more relevant to today’s climate. Since November/December of last year, everything seems to be in a complete downward […]

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What We’re Playing: NieR: Automata, Evan’s Remains, Final Fantasy XIV


Andrea I’ve been a huge Final Fantasy fan for a number of years now, but I’ve always been hesitant jumping on the Final Fantasy XIV bandwagon, if nothing else but for the fact that it is an MMORPG. An MMORPG is something that requires a lot of commitment, requiring both time and money in order […]

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Angels and Demons – Religion in Magic: the Gathering


The following is a guest post from Jesse, who is a blogger over at The Best Interest where he talks about various financial and behavioral habits. A controversial topic, Magic the Gathering, has been at odds with the Christian community for a long time. Jesse discusses the different religious aspects of the game, which will […]

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Cardaclysm: Action RPGs meet COLLECTIBLE Card Battles


On December 31st, 1996, the RPG genre of games was forever changed, and western RPGs had found its golden child. We’re now almost 24 years removed from this date. On this date, an entirely new genre of video games was birthed by Blizzard North, a team that is no longer around, but their contributions to […]

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First Impression: NieR Automata


A few weeks ago, I asked our wonderful readers what game I should play. I have lots of amazing titles that I have not even popped into my consoles yet, and I wanted to interact more with you all. The choices were between God of War, NieR: Automara, & Uncharted 4. NieR got the most […]

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