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Reviewed by Frank for FamilyFriendlyGaming
I hate giving people bad news. I prefer playing a video games and loving it. Race To The Line sent me to the bathroom. That kind of extreme reaction to a game is never a good thing. And sadly the bad news I have to pass along. My head is still spinning from how this game made me feel.
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Which arguments should definitely not be used?
“The Japanese trawler Zuiyo Maru caught a dead plesiosaur near New Zealand.”
This carcass was almost certainly a rotting basking shark, since their gills and jaws rot rapidly and fall off, leaving the typical small ‘neck’ with the head. This has been shown by similar specimens washed up on beaches. Also, detailed anatomical and biochemical studies of the Zuiyo-maru carcass show that it could not have been a plesiosaur.
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Reviewed by Rachelle Rea
Skye Larsen loves her peaceful life on Leeza Island in Puget Sound – the tranquility, the friendly neighbors, and especially the safety from big-city dangers. So when cruel pranks start to escalate and changes threaten to overtake the island, Skye is determined to fight for her haven. The presence of a handsome vacationer and the unexpected feelings he awakens can’t distract her from her goal.
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Reviewed by RPG Master for FamilyFriendlyGaming
The Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 2DS is the perfect system for a sequel to a Super NES 16-bit video game. Zelda A Link Between Worlds is one such video game. We revisit this world. Things have changed somewhat since the last time we were there.
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Though at times melancholic and despairing, Everything In Slow Motion catch lightning in a bottle with their debut album, Phoenix". EISM was born out of the ashes of vocalist Shane Ocsner's previous band Hands. "After working on Give Me Rest For Hands, I realized I wasn't ready to throw in the towel yet. Spending most of the writing and recording process alone was the most therapeutic way of working through my issues with my faith." Ochsner's therapy manifests in some of the most beautiful and traumatic songwriting of our time; the level of intensity behind the desperate screaming vocals, the lyrics woeful but not hopeless, the melodies mournful but not heartbroken. "Phoenix" is at once Ochsner's battle cry and lamentation: "We live in a broken world, with broken people. But each of us has the power to restore hope within someone else." Recorded at Covenant Studios with renowned engineer and close friend Josh Barber, "Phoenix" is the full length follow-up to the limited edition 2-song 7" "Red" released in 2012.
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After stripping down their sound for unplugged "Broken Voice" acoustic EP, My Epic bring back their signature balance of post-hardcore and indie rock for the new album, "Behold". This time around, however, their sound is tempered with a sweeping ambience that's relatively new to their albums. My Epic has transitioned into a four piece, welcoming back original members Jeremiah Austin and Jesse Stone, who join Aaron Stone and Tanner Morita for this their third full length album. Known for their heartfelt and passionate lyrics as well as their polarized, sometimes dreamy, sometimes crushing song writing, "Behold" fits perfectly into My Epic's discography. "Behold" was produced by Matt Goldman (Underoath, Anberlin, The Chariot) who has worked with the band on their sophomore album. "Behold" is the band's third fill length following their debut "I Am Undone" (2008) and the stunning follow-up "Yet" (2010).
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Everything in Paige's life seems to be looking sunny: she's dating Tyler, just got offered a raise, and is feeling like she might have a better handle on maintaining some balance. But then her sister, whom she hasn't spoken to in years, shows up with an engagement ring and a desire to renew her relationship with Paige. And an old boyfriend resurfaces, making things exponentially more complicated. Will Paige return to her busy ways, or is there a new path for her, one built on forgiveness and obedience to God?
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Reviewed by Rachelle Rea
Selena's life isn't turning out to be the fairy tale she imagined as a kid. That hope seemed to vanish long ago when her dad kicked her and her mom out of the house. This summer might finally hold the chance of a new beginning for Selena ... but having to live with her snobby cousin in Lake Lure, NC while waiting for her mom to get out of rehab wasn't how Selena was planning on spending her summer. She soon begins to wonder why she committed to give up her "bad habits" for this.
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Reviewed by Paul for FamilyFriendlyGaming
There are certain games in the video game industry that I just inhale. I play level after level enjoying the experience from the beginning until the end. I look out for secrets, and find all of the stars that I can. Super Mario 3D World is one of those games. There is so much content in this Wii U game.
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High school seniors Carly and Samantha are teammates, but they're opposites in almost every way. The only thing strong, independent Carly cares about is getting a college hockey scholarship that will put her on the road to the Olympics, while Samantha’s life and faith revolve around her handsome, basketball-star boyfriend.
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Reviewed by Sam for FamilyFriendlyGaming
There are video games that show the potential of a system. Previous PS Vita games have shown some of what could be done on this hand held. Tearaway breaks the banner wide open like a high school football team taking the field. Playing this game is like learning how to be an octopus – yet it feels natural.
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Interview: 'Heaven Is for Real' Author Praises Upcoming Film, Says God Is Telling the Story
BY TYLER O'NEIL , Christian Post Reporter
Todd Burpo, whose book Heaven is for Real: A Little Boy's Astounding Story of His Trip to Heaven and Back is set to become a full-length motion picture next year, calls the parts of the film he has seen "accurate" and well-made. Both book and movie narrate the near-death experience that reportedly brought his 3-year-old son, Colton Burpo, face-to-face with Jesus Christ.
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By Rob Cook
I went to the bank once with a friend so he could cash his check and then we stopped by a store so he could get a few things. When it came time to pay for his goods he handed the cashier a hundred dollar bill. She rubbed her fingers over it and made a face. It was not a good face.
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