The Other calls it a labyrinth, but Piranesi calls it The House. While The Other searches for A Great and Secret Knowledge, Piranesi is discovering who he really is, and why he’s in The House. The LTN Book Club discusses Piranesi by Susanna Clarke and why cosmic hope should absolutely be a genre.
Janner, Tink, and Leeli Igiby have always lived in the village of Glipwood, doing their best to avoid the occupying Fangs of Dang. Can Janner keep his siblings safe when the Fangs start targeting his family? The LTN Book Club discusses On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness by Andrew Peterson, the first in the Wingfeather Saga.
Tangle Tower, from the makers of Snipperclips, empowers players by giving them unique tools to solve is mysteries.
Think that D&D is the only tabletop adventure out there? Think again. Check out this list of beautifully crafted TTRPGs you probably haven't heard of.
Want to hop into the world of Tabletop RPGs but aren't sure where to start? LTN writer Peter Martin has a few tips and guidelines to ease your way into a seat around the game table.
Jonathan Reedy explores Table of Tales: The Crooked Crown and talks about how VR is slowly catching up to storytelling
Escaping a prison, building relationships, solving puzzles and playing music—Zach Carpenter explains how the mousy escapades of SeithCG's Ghost of a Tale has all of this and more wrapped in a visually breathtaking package.
Was the thirteen year wait worth it? Reviewer Tieranie Albright thinks so as she explores what's magical about a plucky protagonist, his cohorts and the animated worlds they visit in this new installment.
Newly released Resident Evil 2 unexpectedly reminds an LTN writer of life at home and his own anxieties.
Kentucky Route Zero is all about history. Art history included.