Tomb Raider is one of those franchises that used to be popular but has returned for a new generation to experience her adventures. I wasn’t a big fan of the older games, mainly because the graphics just looked so pixelated I couldn’t get my mind around it. I did play a lot of one of … More Tomb Raider’s Search For Truth
This is a story I have heard more than once, both online and off. Someone approaches someone else and tells them their opinion and how the other person is wrong. Instead of just sharing their thoughts, it turns into a who is right or wrong scenario. This happens a lot in churches or Christian gatherings, from … More Personal Convictions And Video Games
The Arkham series has always been one of my favorite, especially Arkham Knight. It’s all about being Batman, cleaning up the streets and facing off against his most intimidating foes. You really feel like Batman when you play, even from the first game, Arkham Asylum. I have had the privilege to play and beat them … More Arkham Knight: Being A Light In A Very Dark Place
This guest post was written by Emily. If you are interested in submitting a guest post, feel free to contact me with an idea or article you feel is suitable for my blog. I will help you edit and publish them right here. God bless! Top 5 Retro Games That Are Still Super Popular Believe or not, retro … More Best Retro Games That Still Hold Up
I went ahead and created a Twitch account, which I actually had for quite a while but never used it. It’s not something I even considered since I thought, “who would want to watch me play video games?”. I messed around and connected it to my Twitter account, and tried it a few times. Surprisingly, … More Gaming and God Is On Twitch!
I have posted some of my poetry on this blog in the past, but I hesitated posting more because it didn’t fit on this blog. Since I have several of them, and am continuing to write them here and there, I had the idea to create a special little place for them. Something I’ve wanted … More Illumination Poetry, My New Poetry Blog!
Myron is a long-time writer and relatively fresh blogger. In October 2016, he created an apologetics website and a blog to match it called 317 Reasons. Since then, he has been writing for that blog with more frequent activity as of late. In his spare time, Myron likes to read with one hand while having … More Guest Post – My Mario Kart Pride
This is a guest post by Michael Mendis, who has written for Gaming & God in the past. Check out his blog over at The Heartland Gamer and his previous guest posts here. If you are interested in submitting a guest post, feel free to contact me. Summer has arrived, and that means the hype … More Excitement and Skepticism: The Paradox of E3
One of my favorite fiction books was finally made into a movie, Ready Player One. If you’ve never read the book and your an old school gamer, read it now! It’s such a fun trip back in time with an exciting story. Of course, I thought the book was much better as it had details, characters, … More Escaping to the OASIS with Ready Player One
I happened upon an interesting music compilation on Youtube the other day, while listening to an explanation of the Chrono Trigger timeline (yeah, go figure that one out!). The video was a relaxing playlist of music from the famed SNES title, Chrono Trigger. I am a huge fan of the series, especially the music, so … More 10 Video Game Soundtracks To Relax With