Drew Koehler

Founder and writer for Geeks Under Grace. Christian, Husband, Father, Sailor and Geek!

Review: Dirty Bomb (PC)

By Drew Koehler / March 9, 2016 /

Developer: Splash Damage Publisher: Nexon America Genre: FPS  ESRB: n/a Price: Free2Play Dirty Bomb is an online free to play, blindingly fast-paced, class-based, team-driven shooter. While some may liken it to a mixture of Call of Duty and Team Fortress 2, there are a few things here that make it stand out from the likes…

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Creation Mode: How Minecraft Shows God’s Creation

By Drew Koehler / February 23, 2016 /

Minecraft is a video game that allows players to create anything they could imagine in a virtual “sandbox” world. Think of it like Lego building blocks in a virtual environment. Players can choose to start with a prefabricated world that has been terraformed at random, or they can start with a flat world where they can…

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Should a Christian Watch Deadpool?

By Drew Koehler / February 15, 2016 /

There’s been a lot of buzz surrounding the release of 20th Century FOX and Marvel’s anti-hero movie, Deadpool. Many church leaders and organizations are standing up against the movie and imploring their followers to abstain from watching. Meanwhile, there are many parents who are uneducated as to what Deadpool is about and ignorant of who…

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It’s All in the Controller

By Drew Koehler / January 23, 2016 /

I was alone in my man-cave, controller in hand, playing Halo 5: Guardians when it dawned on me that I am far from the good gamer that I used to be. In fact, I think my ability to play has atrophied in a huge way over the last few years. I have a friend, however,…

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Review: Just Cause 3 (Xbox One)

By Drew Koehler / December 15, 2015 /

Developer: Avalanche Publisher: Square Enix Genre: Action/Adventure Price: $59.99 ESRB: M         I have been a fan of the Just Cause series from its inception. The innovation of the grapple’s multiple abilities in Just Cause 2 gave the series a whole new identity in open world destruction and traversal. With high expectations…

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