Bubba & Anna continue a thread from last week with the question, "Is is okay to play as a bad guy in a game?"
What video games of 2019 showed us compassion in a world of health bars, battlegrounds and strategies?
Theology professor Phil Tallon lays out the redeeming qualities of Dungeons & Dragons, and why, despite what Christians have heard, it deserves a place at our gaming tables.
Can a game pull off a class-based system where each character feels connected and like part of a family without a super cheesy story? Children of Morta does, and writer Cameron Franklin explains how.
Who doesn’t love a 400-hour story mode? But is all of that time worth it? Would it be better to play for a shorter time and move on to the next best thing?
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.
Interested in tabletop roleplaying games? These board games are great ways to get into TTRPGs before you take on a full campaign.
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.
Could creating D&D characters help us connect with God in prayer? Is God a nerd too?
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.