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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To Doom or Not to Doom


This last week has been pretty big for the world of gaming. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic creeping across the globe, gamers have still been able to reap the fruits of two new AAA titles. To the chagrin of the fans, these two games are so different from each other that they have spawned a meme […]

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Hope for Today, Strength for Tomorrow


This is a collaborative post with Hope, Play, Love which is run by Andrea which is one of our wonderful staff writers. Check out her blog as well 🙂 “For I know the plans I have for you,” says the Lord. “They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a […]

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The Lost Arcade: Hope For The Gaming Community


Once upon a time, on 8 Mott St, New York, NY 10038 there was an arcade. It wasn’t just any arcade, dimly lit and full of various sounds, but it was a haven for the gaming community of New York City. Chinatown Fair Arcade was a special place for many gamers who sought a place […]

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First Impression: Final Fantasy VII Remake (Demo)


Perfection. That’s what I am hoping for with this remake that after 5 years of development, it has seen the light of day. On 4/10/20, the full game (sort of) will be released and fans can finally play it on the Playstation 4. The demo was released on 3/3/20 (my wedding anniversary!) as an appetizer […]

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The Intelligent Design of Video Games


This guest post was written by David Matthews, a writer over at TechSpot. Be sure to follow him on Twitter (see his bio at the bottom) and hope you enjoy it. Leave your comments and let’s talk about this topic! Thank you, David. One of the most fundamental questions that we inevitably face is: Where […]

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Gaming With A Purpose: JeanneDArcc of God’s Gamers


The latest entry in the Gaming With Purpose column comes from someone I recently met (digitally) online via Twitter and Discord. She’s the leader of a Christian gaming group called God’s Gamers, and she graciously gave of her time to write a little bit about what’s going on in her community. If you would like to […]

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Gaming and God in 2020: Updates and Goals


Happy New Year! Welcome 2020, you are an interesting number indeed! A new decade, with new expectations and goals to accomplish. There’s a lot I want to see happen on this blog and I like to keep myself accountable by creating this yearly post. I started this blog in 2014, which is when my first […]

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