Review – John Wick: Chapter 4

By Tyler Hummel | March 25, 2023
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John Wick: Chapter 4 manages to pull together a momentary conclusion to a franchise that was quickly losing the plot.

 Review – Critical: Foundation

By Stephen Hall | March 24, 2023

Critical: Foundation is the first installment in a series of rules-light, “RPG in a box” games. Let’s check out the dystopian (and not-too-distant) future of the year 2035!

Learning to Give Up Control

By Wesley Lantz | March 24, 2023

In a fallen world, what can Remedy Entertainment’s “Control” tell us about accepting our place as created beings subject to a Creator?

Sayaka Murata and the Idea of “Normal”

By Courtney Floyd | March 23, 2023
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Sayaka Murata’s bizarre works seem bent on addressing societal pressures and the idea of normal. How does that relate to Christians?

Review – Hokko Life

By Logan Smiley | March 22, 2023

Hokko Life is a life simulation game that feels like Animal Crossing while also adding its own unique concepts and implementing elements from other games such as Story of Seasons. With a lovable cast of characters and amazing visuals, Hokko Life is worth experiencing for all casual or cozy gamers.

Review – Revive

By Spencer Patterson | March 21, 2023

5,000 years after earth’s demise, many emerge from the underground and seek to revive the planet. Play citizen cards, unlock new technologies, and explore a long-neglected earth in your quest for artifacts!

Review – Rolling Heights

By Andrew Borck | March 20, 2023

Rolling Heights is a city-building game from AEG with some light area control and push-your-luck elements. Players assume the roles of general contractors in the 1920’s and will roll their meeples, then receive building materials based on what meeple is in what position. So, do you have what it takes to build the best neighborhoods and buildings? Roll on for the Review!