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Future Plans

New reviews
Of course. There's also the possibility that I might branch out beyond PC gaming in the future, but that's still up in the air. The scripts that run this site are already prepared for such a change, if it does happen.
New articles
There are some other things that I'd like to provide information about. Some of it is technical, some theological, and some is just mildly interesting.
Page rewrites / updates
There are a few articles that could use some updating. In some cases, this is because time has moved on and the old information isn't terribly useful anymore, but in some cases this is due to the fact that I've continued researching some subjects and have a new or better idea of how to approach some topics.

News Updates

May 5th, 2021
Sometimes a series gets lucky and survives by switching to different systems. That's the takeaway from Shantae: Risky's Revenge, which is today's reviewed game.
April 28th, 2021
Today's review is of an older game that's still fairly popular (or at least, popular compared to most of the stuff I've reviewed). Killing Floor is a violent (but very fun) game about fighting mutant freaks in European settings.
April 21st, 2021
This week's review is of Kero Blaster, a "ribbiting" story of an amphibian janitor and their grime fighting adventures.
April 14th, 2021
In May 2020, I announced that the Resources for Parents section was going to get a massive overhaul. This turned into a much bigger project than I'd expected, and I'm pleased to announce that the new revision has FINALLY gone live! In addition, there are plans for more articles to be added in the future.

Today's update also brings my review of Cradle of Persia, the final tile-matching game in the Cradle Bundle.
April 7th, 2021
Howdy howdy howdy! It's the first Wednesday of April 2021, and I'm back and ready to resume posting on here again. I had hoped to have some upgrades and revamps for this site ready by today, but I'm just a few bits shy of reaching that mark. So it'll be maybe a week before they can go live. In the meantime, today does bring the release of my review of 20XX, a Mega Man / Roguelike hybrid.
February 24th, 2021
This morning's new review is for a Steam port of the classic game, PAC-MAN. On a less impressive note, I've decided to take a short hiatus from the weekly reviews. 2021 has been very difficult for me, and the self-imposed deadlines of weekly game reviews isn't helping. We'll return to regularly scheduled updates in April. See y'all then!
February 17th, 2021
This morning's update brings my review of Blasphemous, an action platformer that's as bloody and twisted as it is gothic. It's definitely not for everyone, as it shows what a Christianity without Salvation might look like.
February 10th, 2021
It's Wednesday, so it's time for another review to go live! This time I took a look at an old classic from the early days of home computing: Chip's Challenge. Extra fun fact: the Steam edition of this title is now freeware, so everyone can enjoy it!
February 3rd, 2021
This update comes in several flavors: first, I've taken the time to add several terms to the glossary. There's a lot more to do, so I'll try and keep up with that in the following weeks. Secondly, I've added an FTC Disclosure. This wasn't required, but I've had a few people tell me it might be a good idea, and I can see their logic. Lastly, I've added a review for what is possibly the most ridiculous game I've come across yet. Super 3-D Noah's Ark is a first person shooter with a Christian theme, and it's actually pretty fun.
January 27th, 2021
This Wednesday morning I've released my review of Fez, a somewhat mind-bending puzzle game where your perspective of the world literally changes things.

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