Although video games have only been around for a few decades, they've become a staple of modern entertainment. Millions, if not billions, of people are playing video games at this very moment. But, despite the fact that they are so ingrained in our culture, there are many rumors, stigmas, and untruths being spread about video games.

Though hardly alone in this venture, this website aims to explain what's really found in video games, and explore the subject from a Christian perspective. That said, while there are many consoles and platforms available today, this site focuses on PC gaming -- ie, playing video games on your home computer. Some of these games may be available for other systems, some may not.

Don't know where to begin? Have a look at the resources on the menu to left, or alternatively, start with the review or glossary entry highlighted below.

Recommended Game of the Day

Mega Man Legacy Collection
ESRB Rating: E - Everyone
My Rating: Ages 6 and up
Genre: Platformer
Summary: This collection includes the original six Mega Man games that came out on the NES. In each game, the heroic robot Mega Man would battle a series of evil Robot Masters, obtain their weapons, and then use them to save the world from the twisted plans of Dr. Wily. Despite their age, these games are still a lot of fun, and this collection provides a great way for kids to experience the best of yesteryear.

Today's Glossary Entry

Function (programming)
Inside most programs are little programs. These little programs do simple tasks, like draw an image on a buffer, or replace words in some text. The main benefit of these small programs is that they simplify a programmer's job and allow code to be reused throughout the main program.

These little programs are known by many names, including functions, procedures, routines, and subroutines.