Pastor Gives STD To Everybody (Christian News) 10/13/14

By Cody Armour | October 13, 2014

A pastor has committed adultery but as if that wasn’t bad enough he had AIDS and gave those AIDS to the people he committed adultery with. The Pope might be viewing homosexuality in a new light. A Noah’s Ark theme park is in the works but is suing the state of Kentucky for taking away…

Retro Review: Animal Crossing (GC)

By Casey Covel | October 13, 2014
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Developer: Nintendo EAD Publisher: Nintndo Platform(s): Gamecube Price: $80.00 (new), $10.00 (used) Release date: September 15, 2002 Originally released exclusively in Japan for the Nintendo 64, Animal Crossing has since been transferred to the Gamecube in America, where it has become one of the most adored, popular games for the console–or so the gaming media…

10 Earth-Shaking Things Nintendo Did That Still Have an Impact

By Jeremiah Jackson | October 13, 2014
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Cast your mind back to a better era. Where graphics were 2D and language and nudity were not allowed. During the nostalgia trip, you probably remembered a few Nintendo games or consoles. Not only did Nintendo contribute to a more appropriate era, they also made some amazing innovations and accessories that even show up in today’s consoles and handhelds.…

Review: Aldnoah.Zero Part 1 (Episodes 1-12)

By Rob M. | October 12, 2014

Review: Aldnoah.Zero is, in a sense, not your typical mecha show. While most mecha anime (at least, in this writer’s opinion) focus on humanity developing powerful weaponry to even the odds with an overpowered foe, Aldnoah.Zero presents a cast of characters who are woefully underpowered in the face of their enemies. The year is 2014…

RetroN 5

By Cody Armour | October 11, 2014
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You are probably not exactly itching to play Bible Adventures ever again but maybe there are a lot of other old classics you would love to go play once more. An Emulator, a PC, or even your phone, is always an option. With an Emulator though, you don’t get the feel of the old classic…

Review: Sword Art Online II, Episode 14: One Little Step

By Rob M. | October 11, 2014

Review: And with that, this story is tied up. If you got used to the adrenaline-pumping action of the past couple episodes, then prepare yourself to come down from that this time around. True, the duel between a certain set of male characters finishes up at the beginning of this episode, but beyond that it’s…

Review: Annabelle

By Erik Daniel | October 11, 2014
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Content Warning: intense sequences of disturbing violence and terror As most of you probably already know, Annabelle is the much anticipated sequel to last year’s ultra successful horror flick The Conjuring. The Conjuring opened with the brief story of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren’s case on the Annabelle doll that a couple of young…