Rumors of a sequel to Naughty Dog's "The Last of Us" have yet to die down after one of its voice actors, Nolan North, hinted at a part two in the works.
Santa Monica, California-based video game developer Naughty Dog has neither denied nor confirmed rumors they are doing a sequel to their critically acclaimed and multi-awarded survival horror game, "The Last of Us."
During a Q&A at the MetroCon in Tampa, Florida in July, North, who also voices the lead, Nathan Drake, in Naughty Dog's action adventure shooter series, "Unchartered," admitted to the existence of PlayStation 4's most highly watched for sequels, "The The Last of Us 2," after a fan asked if he was working with the developer on any other project following "Unchartered 4: A Thief's End." more >>
Disney actor Dean Jones, a committed Christian who adopted numerous foster children and founded the Christian Rescue Committee, now called the Christian Rescue Fund "to rescue persecuted Christians and Jews" around the world, died of complications from Parkinson's disease in California this week.
Jones, known for his light-hearted leading roles in Disney movies in the 1960s and the 1970s, including "The Love Bug" and "That Darn Cat!" died in Los Angeles on Monday, The Associated Press quoted Jones' publicist Richard Hoffman as saying.
The Alabama-born actor appeared in 46 movies and and five Broadway shows over the course of his career. more >>
After giving birth to a 10 pound baby girl in July, "The Real" talk show co-host Tamera Mowry-Housely says she now realizes just how powerful her prayer for a "chunky, plushy baby" was.
"You have to watch what you pray for!" Mowry-Housley told People. "Ariah's a big girl, but I love the fatness. I love to show off her rolls and I dress her in rompers for summer. She has the chubbiest legs!"
Mowry-Housley, the 37-year-old Christian actress and wife of Fox News correspondent Adam Housley, gushed about the joys of the couple's newest addition, Ariah Talea Housley, who recently shared her first smile with her parents. more >>
While school has resumed and students are back to their usual weekly classes, Bible club meetings have also made a comeback to California public schools, with some gangsters professing of how the weekly sessions have changed their lives.
Brian Barcelona, leader of One Voice Student Missions, a speaker in many Bible club meetings, shares how the discussions have affected gang bangers in the public schools.
As tens of thousands of Californians filled Anaheim's Angel Stadium for the Southern California Harvest Crusade 2015 on Friday night, pastor and evangelist Greg Laurie delivered the event's first nightly message, sharing how happiness can be experienced through our creator, who is "a happy God."
"Deep down inside, everybody wants to be happy. In fact, God prewired us that way," Laurie, the founder of Harvest Crusades, told crowd in his message, which followed worship songs by the Christian bands THIRD DAY, Citizens & Saints and Phil Wickham.
According to the Harvest team, 29,000 people attended in the stadium and another 29,368 people attended online. There were 2,353 professions of faith. more >>
Yacht Club Games has announced the long awaited DLC for "Shovel Knight" is scheduled to be released in the fall of 2015.
California-based independent video game developer Yacht Club Games recently released a trailer for "Plague of Shadows," an upcoming DLC for its 2D platform game, "Shovel Knight."
"Plague of Shadows," which will be launched as a free update, will allow players to control one of the games' boss characters, "Plague Knight." more >>