Tag Archives: videogame
*Sources of screenshots/videos are listed in their respective file-names. “Video Games and the Bible Plays…” is Video Games and the Bible’s new video resource to further assist you in choosing the right games for your family. Alongside our usual reviews and previews, … Continue reading
*Sources of screenshots are listed in their respective file-names. _____________________________________________ It’s a classic match-up folks-the United States vs. Belarus. The players wave at each other across the pitch… And they’re off! Random American Blue Guy #1 passes to Random American … Continue reading
*Sources of screenshots are listed in their respective file-names. _____________________________________________ A popular thought is that video games are mindless entertainment that contain no artistic value. Kami* is one title that refutes this notion.
*Sources of screenshots are listed in their respective file-names. Nom Nom Galaxy* is the latest entry in the PixelJunk game series, currently available exclusively on Steam. As an Early Access title in an Alpha (before Beta!) state, the game is not fully … Continue reading
These are pages 3 and 4 of the manuscript Return (seen in Alan Wake’s American Nightmare): “Page 3: Rewriting Reality The reality we take for granted is softer, more adaptable than we think. Under correct conditions, you can reshape it, … Continue reading
During the Toba Catastrophe there were earthquakes, lightning strikes-total devastation. The sun caused the Earth to burn for weeks. Charred bodies can be seen in a cutscene in Assassin’s Creed: Revelations. “And the fourth angel poured out his vial upon … Continue reading