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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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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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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Review: Puzzle Showdown 4K


Developer: Kingdom GamesPublisher: Kingdom GamesPlatform: Microsoft Windows Thanks to 70×7 for the review copy of this game! Puzzles can be fun games to play with a group of people, or by yourself. They can be relaxing and used as a mental exercise. There are thousands and thousands of images that can be put together, and […]

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Review: She Dreams Elsewhere (PC)


Indie games often don’t get a lot of clout but are most commonly the games that explore things that AAA companies (big gaming developers) are unwilling to tackle. With the current climate (Late May, early June 2020) I felt a strong urge to celebrate indie games developed by the least represented group in the gaming […]

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Playstation 5 Event Review


Play Has No Limits. This is the new trademarked phrase that Sony has for the PlayStation 5. And oh boy, is it an accurate slogan. On June 11th, 2020 Sony dropped a showcase that gave us a mix of big-name studios, indie developers, a teaser of the PS5 user interface, and the physical design of […]

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Review: Langrisser I & II (PS4) | Beneath The Tangles


I was given the opportunity to write a review for Langrisser 1 & II from NIS America. I posted some of the article here, to read the rest please go to Beneath The Tangles. Let me know what you thought of this game, or if you will be picking it up! Initial release date: February […]

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Red Dead Redemption II Review – The Dual Nature of Man


Turn away from evil and do good. Search for peace, and work to maintain it. Psalm 34:14 I recently completed Rockstar Studio’s 2018 best-selling game Red Dead Redemption II, and I’m still reeling from my experience playing through it. I’m not a big Western fan, whether it be in films, books, or video games, but […]

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Oceanhorn 2: An Exercise in Patience, Perseverance and Defining Adventure


The following post is the debut post from Matthew, our latest party member to Gaming & God. He wrote a review on Oceanhorn 2, which takes some ideas from Legend of Zelda. Hope you enjoy, please say hi to our newest writer and let us know if you’ve played Oceanhorn! Christmas 1998 was a pivotal […]

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