Jon Hill

I'm a 28 year old husband, father of 3, Christian DJ, PlayStation fanboy, and retro video game collector from Chesapeake, VA.

Hatred: Context vs. Content and Morality in Videogames

By Jon Hill / December 19, 2014 /

Videogames can be violent sometimes. People seem to like them that way. In fact, of the top 10 best-selling videogames of 2014 in the US (according to, half of them were rated “M” by the ESRB. The biggest titles in the gaming market today are full of graphic, gory images of death and destruction.…

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PlayStation Retrospective & 20th Anniversary Edition PS4

By Jon Hill / December 3, 2014 /

[youtube url=”” width=”640″ height=”360″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen=”allowfullscreen”] Today marks the 20th Anniversary of the release of the Sony PlayStation in Japan. To commemorate the occasion, Sony made a pretty cool announcement that has peaked the interests of modern and retro gamers alike. Before we get to the announcement, let’s take a trip down memory lane to…

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So You Want To Buy a PlayStation 3? (Holiday Purchase Guide)

By Jon Hill / November 26, 2014 /

[youtube url=”” width=”640″ height=”360″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen=”allowfullscreen”] So, you want to buy a PlayStation 3? Geeks Under Grace is here to help! This guide will give you a list and some information on some of the best games and accessories the PS3 has to offer. Sony’s PlayStation 3 may be last generation’s news, but it still has…

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Multiplayer First Impressions

By Jon Hill / November 3, 2014 /

Another Holiday season has arrived and with it, another entry into the Call of Duty series. Advanced Warfare is the first outing for developer Sledgehammer Games, and with the lackluster gaming community support of last year’s Ghosts, expectations were high. They did not disappoint. Visually, Advanced Warfare looks great. It has really pleasant use of…

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Retro Review: Castlevania

By Jon Hill / August 3, 2014 /

Content Warning: Game contains violence, demons, and mild horror themes. Opening: Castlevania was developed and published by Konami and released on the NES in May of 1987. It is the first game in a legendary franchise that has seen many evolutions over the years. From 3D action-adventure, to 2D Metroid-style exploration, and even one-on-one fighting…

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