Review for Geeks Under Grace: RiME (Xbox One)

I was privileged to be tasked with reviewing RiME for Geeks Under Grace. It was an incredible experience overall, and it's one you shouldn't miss! You can find my review here: Review: RiME (Xbox One)

SIN: The Original Space Invader

Recently, I was given a new figure for my desk.  Yes, I'm a pastor, but I'm also a geek.  My desk reflects that.  I've got a little Star Wars on my desk, so yes, there are pieces of inspirational Christian art, but they sit alongside a Stormtrooper helmet as well.  I see nothing wrong with … Continue reading SIN: The Original Space Invader

FALLOUT: Is There Righteousness In The Wasteland?

Approaching a rusting panel, I push the button in front of me after providing an access code, beginning a process involving mechanisms far larger than me.  As the weight of turning metal clanks in front of me, I see bright light fill my view, peaking out from the openings of spaces long ago sealed.  It’s … Continue reading FALLOUT: Is There Righteousness In The Wasteland?

Lionhead Studios: Their Fable Has Ended

According to various news outlets, gamers worldwide have reason to be bummed out: Lionhead Studios, makers of the Fable series of games for Xbox consoles, is no more, as of today. According to Kotaku, "in early March, Microsoft announced plans to cancel Fable Legends and put forth a “proposed closure” of the iconic studio Lionhead." … Continue reading Lionhead Studios: Their Fable Has Ended

MINECRAFT: A New Home

At my initial impression of MINECRAFT years ago at launch, I sneered and thought, "What's the point?" While I'm not a complete graphics snob, I do enjoy realistic graphics in the modern day, even though retro games still have their own charm. This game was an anomaly to me: simplistic look with tons of content, … Continue reading MINECRAFT: A New Home

The Joy of Just Doing

My daughter played her last soccer game of the season yesterday, and while they didn't win, she gave it her all. Playing backfield defense, she may not have gotten as much action as the front line, but I was so proud of her the entire season. Yesterday, though, placed in a still muddy field, she … Continue reading The Joy of Just Doing