Review: Flyleaf: Remember to Live EP

By Jeremiah Jackson | August 5, 2014
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Flyleaf. If you’re into Christian Rock/Metal, you’ve probably heard that name before. If not, here’s your chance. Though the original lead vocalist Lacey Sturm has been replaced, the albums prior to her replacement (collectively referred to as “Classic Flyleaf”) still hold on to their fame. Classic Flyleaf released three full albums with six extended plays…

Review: Sailor Moon Crystal, Episode 3: Rei – Sailor Mars

By Rob M. | August 5, 2014

Review: Third episode, third guardian. If you are at all familiar with the original anime series, then you probably know that this is a much faster pace than the original (I looked it up upon writing this article, and it wasn’t until episode ten that Rei made her debut, though for American viewers it would…

Can Believe Me, Become 2014’s Best Christian Film?

By Wesley Wood | August 5, 2014
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The upcoming film by Riot Studios (One Nation Under God, Beware of Christians) has released a brand new trailer. You can see both of these trailers below. The movie, Believe Me, comes from director Will Bakke who also directed the aforementioned films as well. Believe Me looks to be another promising Christian film in the…

Review: Halfway (PC)

By Josh Mors | August 4, 2014
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    Content Warning:  Violence Halfway is an Indie turn-based RPG strategy shooter. It reminds me of Final Fantasy because you often have to wait for yourself to attack or move to a different area to defeat the enemy Note: I only got halfway through the game because I often had trouble with some battles where…

Check Out These Ridiculous Stats From The Destiny Beta

By Wesley Wood | August 4, 2014

Bungie just released the following beta stats and they are quite staggering. Take a look for yourself and make sure to read our impressions from the Destiny Beta. Did you enjoy the Destiny Beta? Let us know below!  

The Top Ten Talking Trees in Video Games

By Steve Schoen | August 3, 2014

While exploring the many fantasy worlds that comprise the gaming universe, you may occasionally stumble across a tree that is unlike other trees. This tree is intelligent, and possesses the power of speech. This tree may even command powerful magic. You are flabbergasted at first, but when it addresses you, or perhaps even bids you come forward, your confusion…

Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Ultimate Visual History

By Shawn Bain | August 3, 2014
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Writer: Andrew Farago Publisher: Insight Editions Genre: Video Game Art Release date: June 24, 2014 Price: $50 Anyone interested in purchasing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Ultimate Visual History can do so by clicking here or the logo below. Do it! Content Warning: There isn’t anything in this book that should raise any eyebrows. Teenage Mutant Ninja…