Furry characters exist as the stylized versions of their creators' best selves, who share their love and creativity through fursuiting and conventions.
LTN editor Joey Thurmond shares how Remedy's newest game, Control, masterfully celebrates both playing video games and those who play them.
Refunct disarms players with an unassuming game feature that prompts them to not only reflect on their lives, but also their self-worth.
In Star Wars, Qui-Gon Jinn's relationship to the Force can tell us how a selfless, meditative approach to prayer can deepen one's closeness to God.
Video game companions are built for immediate gratification, but The Last Guardian demonstrates the beauty and value in building upon imperfect bonds.
The furry fandom is far more than its sterotypes suggest with a diverse community rife with genuine love, humbling honesty, and deeply personal creativity.
In exploring the How to Train Your Dragon trilogy, Joey Thurmond is reminded of his grandfather and the legacy he left behind: with love comes sacrifice.
Joey takes a look at how nostalgia can add to our lives and benefit the films, games, and shows we love—and how it can likewise be a hindrance.
The inconsistent world of Resident Evil 2 reminds us that hopeful improvisation is needed in a reality clashing with our idyllic lives and goals.
Spyro is like a childhood friend to his fans. When they came to play with him, he serves as a gateway to worlds of unadulterated whimsy.