# Rise of the Tomb Raider ESRB Rating: M (Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Strong Language) Release Date: November 10, 2015 Platform: Xbox One Genre: Action/Adventure Should you get it? Yes. ## Intro Second in the 2013 reboot, this game follows Lara's journey as she looks for the artifact her father was looking for when he died. ## The good The story told very well. Personally, I play most games for their stories.
A few months ago I bought the Microsoft Sculpt keyboard and mouse. This review is about the keyboard only. I picked up the mouse and immediately knew it wasn't something I wanted to use.I don't know a lot about keyboards, so this is entirely subjective.To summarize, if you like split keyboards, and like short action on your keypresses, then you will like this keyboard. Pros:It's nice looking. Seriously. It just has a cool factor to it.
Gurren Lagann: Complete Collection (Anime Legends)Watched all 27 Episodes Finished watching 06-17-2010 Introduction Good show! Epic is really the word for it. If you want ridiculous levels of power thrown around, ask for Gurren Lagann. It's pretty incredible. A summary of the first part of the show: Simon and Kamina are two boys who grew up in an underground village. Kamina believes that there is a surface above the caverns.
Buy: The Elves of Cintra (Genesis of Shannara)So, I just finished reading this book. It's second in Genesis of Shannara series that bridges Brooks' Word and Void series with the Shannara world. It's a tale of several groups of people trying to survive the new demon infested world that resulted from the Great Wars. There are several things that struck me about this book and the one before it. First is how far Terry Brooks has come as an author.
Eyes Wide Open by Jud Wilhite, with Bill Taaffe Reviewed by David Reagan 07-28-2009 So I got this book a few months ago to review. I figured I could read it over spring break. Then it didn't get here before school started again, and thus it took me a while to get through it. In spite of how long it took me to read it, I definitely recommend it. It's actually a rather short book, easily read in a week or two if you're busy.
So, a while ago, JC and I went to the dollar fifty to see The Dark Knight. For those of you who don’t know, it is the sequel to Batman Begins. It was an ok movie. Not one I would want to see again though. It was very dark and intense, and the good guys only sort of won… I also would like to know why there were little kids there… I mean, this was a show with tons of violence, and a guy with half his face burned off.
DragonLight\nby Donita K. Paul\nReviewed by David Reagan 7-15-2008\n\n\tThis is the last book in the DragonKeeper series. The series started out with Kale finding out that she had the ability to find dragon eggs, and bond with the dragons once they hatched. She also found that she had the talent to be a wizard. The first four books chronicled her adventures as she learned to trust in Wulder(God), and all the various life lessons you learn when on fantastic quests.
So I just watched the first episode of Babylon 5 on Hulu. It was a mediocre show, but this clip made the entire episode worth it. The alien is an ambassador, just so you know.
Dragonfire by Donita K. Paul reviewed by David Reagan 12-20-2007 Think on things that are good and beautiful. A very well know Bible principle, and the reason I liked this book so much. Mrs. Paul weaves a tale of magic and the supernatural in such a way that good is good, and evil is evil. She emphasizes serving God the way God wants, and not your own selfish desires. It is shown how easy it is to fall into the enemy's trap when we are physically and emotionally hurt.
Shadow over Kiriath by Karen Hancock reviewed by David Reagan May 29, 2007 It took me quite a while to actually read this book. Mainly because I first started to read it right after I had just reread the first two of the series. The reason for that reluctance was the common theme that pervades all of this series. That of fighting against our fleshly nature and surrendering to God. After the first two books, the main character Abramm, seems to finally get the point.