When watching The Man In the High Castle, writer Scott Kingsolver thinks about those currently living in dystopias of their own.
There's a galaxy of stories outside the cinematic realm of Star Wars. Jonathan Reedy discerns the strongest in The Force and the lessons they have to teach.
A comparison of Todd Phillip's take on Joker and Mr. Rogers, reveals the danger of loneliness and the power neighborliness to change our narrative.
We exhibit glee at the silly mistakes and misfortune of others, but how much is too much? Untitled Goose Game prompts reflection upon our love of mischief.
Cosmic horror is much more than too many eyes and tentacles and weird geometry—but how does it square with Christianity?
If you’ve spent time around the Love Thy Nerd community you’ve probably heard about LTN Con, the annual Love Thy Nerd conference, held for the first time in October of this year. But if you missed out, I’d like to bring you a peek into what it was like to be there! LTN Con was […]
Gamers are well acquinted with simulated death. However, some games treat it as more than just an obstacle towards progression or a gory death sequence. Here are 10 games to get you started.
When a youth worker started playing Rocket League for the sole purpose of spreading light and positivity, he was greatly surprised by what he found.
Lisa Eldred writes how a campaign of Betrayal Legacy reminded her of not only her own family tree but of another -the Messiah.
There’s a snap in the air, shadows lengthen across the ground, and you’d better check under your bed before you fall asleep. The spooky season is upon us, and the writers of LTN want to share a few of our favorite scary games. Bioshock Dark, damp, and dreary, Bioshock perfectly blends unusual and uncomfortable. From […]