Review – Wildcat

By Tyler Hummel | May 21, 2024
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As a passion project, Ethan and Maya Hawke team up to try and tackle a biography about the complicated life of Flannery O’Connor.

Climbing the Mountain: How “Celeste” Teaches Christian Perseverance

By Wesley Lantz | May 20, 2024

Wesley Lantz examines Celeste’s themes of perseverance and what it can teach Christians today about perseverance in our walk with God.

Review – Leviathan Wilds

By Andrew Borck | May 19, 2024

Leviathan Wilds is the first game from publisher Moon Crab Games, a publisher made up of former Fantasy Flight Games and Z-Man Games employees. In Leviathan Wilds, 1-4 players will form a deck based on a character and a class, then shuffle them together. Players will have to manage their deck carefully however, because if their draw deck (known in-game as your Grip) is ever empty, you lose your grip and fall. So is it a colossal amount of fun, or just a shadow of other card games?

Review – D&D Vecna: Eve of Ruin

By Andrew Borck | May 18, 2024

Players will have to come together in this D&D 5E story and save the multiverse from the evil lich Vecna as he tries to pull his version of a Thanos Snap(™). Only with the help of other players level 10-20 will you have any chance of winning as you hop between different planes and locales trying to find the tools and allies able to stand up to him. Helping you are some of the most famous archmages in the universe, but in the end, will it be enough?

Review – Dragon’s Dogma 2

By Joe Morgan | May 13, 2024
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The frustrations caused by repetitive encounters and slow traversal give way to fun combat, an exciting variety of monsters, meaningful progression, and a world built for exciting, emergent moments.

Preview – No Rest for the Wicked

By Joe Morgan | May 10, 2024
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No Rest for the Wicked promises to be an excellent Souls-like with wonderful aesthetics and a great story but technical bugs remind us it’s still in Early Access.

Review – The Bad Batch: Season 3

By Tyler Hummel | May 10, 2024
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The finale to The Bad Batch feels rushed and anti-climatic, but great animation and moments make it entertaining for fans of prior Dave Filoni projects.