Tag Archive | faith

E3 Doesn’t Excite Me At All…

To be honest, I really didn’t feel like writing this article. At all. To be honest, I rarely feel like writing¬†any articles these days. I see less and less point to what I do, but, a handful of readers ask me frequently to keep running with the torch, so it’s in my hand again. I […]

009 Re:Cyborg Review – The Best Take on God and Faith I’ve Seen in a Fictional Movie to Date

To be honest, I’m not entirely certain how to begin this article. The impact this film made on me however is evidenced by the fact that I’m taking time away from designing Withering Whispers, Murder the Citizens: Misery Moment, the reboot of The Blackest Rain and other internal projects (all of which will have updates […]

Adult Fans Ruin Everything or Are You Part of the Problem?

Alright ladies and gents, let us preface this article with a word from Proverbs, specifically 26:4 “Do not answer a fool according to their foolishness, or else you will become just as foolish as them” and 2nd Timothy 2:23 “Don’t have anything to do with foolish and stupid arguments; you know they just produce quarrels.” […]

Xeawn’s Project Updates – February 2016 Unseasonably Warm Edition

I live in Alaska. Why is it so warm? Where has my winter gone?   Xeawn Cross here with updates on our 2016 projects for you. When we last spoke, I announced my intention to leave behind the world of video game journalism (or at least take an extended hiatus) in favor of focusing on […]

E3 Roundup: Mirror’s Edge

I’m highly excited to see a new entry in the Mirror’s Edge franchise. I’m hoping for improved collision detection in the remake, and am blown away by how vastly improved the combat in the game is.

The “Where is Your God Now” Trope Needs to Die… (Originally posted on Dragon House Studios)

From my sister site Dragon House Studios. You all know the scene; it’s as old as cinema itself. The big bad is coming, whether it’s an alien, a monster, a demon, or a serial killer. The writers make a point generally of having a very religious person, sometimes a heretic, sometimes a “Bible Thumper”, sometimes […]