The writers at Love Thy Nerd would like to share some socially distanced activities that brought them peace: video games!
Our Chief Content Nerd Drew Dixon reflects on what Darkest Dungeon can tell us about exploitation and what it is that drives us to use other people for our own ends.
Final Fantasy XIII illustrates the redemptive impact one act of repentance can have upon a broken world.
The parable of the prodigal son teaches that no one's ever really gone. The Rise of Skywalker touts the same radical forgiveness with Ben Solo's redemption.
In the midst of a global pandemic, Onward provides us an interesting parable on learning to cope with what we can't control.
What if life was more like a videogame? LTN writers weigh in on video game things they would like to bring over into their everyday life.
Despite Doom's satire, its portrayal of demonic influence is hardly unbelievable with characters showing evil cannot be used for good nor excused.
Almost the entire world is currently being encouraged to stay home, hunker down, and wait for the most widespread pandemic in the last hundred years to pass. It is safe to say that none of us have ever seen anything like this before. Even my elderly grandmother, who was alive for the polio epidemic, said […]
While we certainly want you to follow the guidelines of professionals, don't forget to consider one of the largest at-risk groups: the Nerds.
How can nerds show love and protect others during the COVID-19 pandemic?