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.
The true strength of Arthur Morgan as a character is not in his great physical power or speed, or even his many deeds. Rather, it is in the clear-sighted recognition of his own wretchedness as a man, his rejection of that life which leads to death, and his desperate pursuit of the loving good that surpasses and transcends himself.
Smoke and Sacrifice challenges players to consider what they would sacrifice to contribute to the betterment of the world.
Rumu, a game about a cleaning robot, reminds us that love comes with baggage and consistently loving others is costly.
'Pyre' deconstructs our preconceived notions about winning, encouraging us to embrace defeat for the good of others.