Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding is a clarion call for the need of making self-care an intentional practice in a world of ever-increasing workaholism.
In Netflix's The Witcher, monsters aren't what they seem. They can be innocents or even heroes, and Ryan Guerra shows how he's experienced this in his life.
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.
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.
Furry characters exist as the stylized versions of their creators' best selves, who share their love and creativity through fursuiting and conventions.
The Joker is a sadistic villain, but what makes him so popular? Clark Weidner takes a philosophical look at the good and bad behind the DC villain's appeal.
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.
Fictional worlds may be more alluring than our world, but Unravel shows us how beauty can be found in nature's ordinary and small things if we stop to look.
It's easy to assume that loss brings nothing but frustration and sorrow, but The Captain is Dead reminds us that joy and laughter can be found in defeat.