Batman: Arkham Knight Release Date Revealed

By Shawn Bain | September 8, 2014
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The final installment of the Arkham video game series (that was slated to release next month) was pushed back to a 2015 release date. [1] Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Rocksteady Studios have now announced plans to release the game June 2, 2015. [2] Fans of the successful series have been anxiously waiting to hear…

5 Dangers of Being a Christian and a Geek

By Drew Koehler | September 8, 2014

This isn’t going to be one of those articles that condemns anyone. Clearly, if you have spent a few minutes on this website, you know we are Christian geeks here. This article is more geared toward awareness of the things we need to be careful of. 1. Idolization As with anything that people get “into,”…

Review: Diablo III: Reaper of Souls (Xbox One)

By Joe Morgan | September 8, 2014
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Developer: Blizzard Publisher: Blizzard Platform: Xbox One (Reviewed), PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 Genre: Action RPG ESRB: M Price: 59.99, Available Here Content Warning It should come as no surprise that a game named after the devil himself would have a few concerns to warrant. First and foremost from a christian perspective is the…

Review: Escape Plan

By Michael Kirksey Jr | September 8, 2014
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Arnold Schwarzenegger. Sylvester Stallone. When you hear those two action juggernaut’s names, you immediately think of big guns and high body counts. Now, while those are not in the least bit lacking, Escape Plan is a different approach to an action movie than you have grown accustomed to watching. But that’s not a bad thing!…

Review: Sonic and the Black Knight (Wii)

By Casey Covel | September 7, 2014
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Developer: Sonic Team Publisher: SEGA Platform(s): Wii Price: $13.00 (new), $5.00 (used) Release date: March 3, 2009 What do you get when you cross King Arthur, a kingdom in peril, and a talking sword, with the world’s coolest blue dude? The answer is the second installment in the Sonic Storybook series: Sonic and the Black…

Review: GlomTom

By Drew Koehler | September 7, 2014

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Review: Lamb

By silasgreen | September 7, 2014
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“You think you know how this story is going to end, but you don’t. Trust me, I was there. I know.” So begins Christopher Moore’s Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ’s Childhood Pal, and the only account of Jesus’s life to ask the all-important question, “What if Jesus had known kung fu?” Lamb tells…