Book Club 21 | The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes
Join the LTN Book Club crew as they discuss the first prequel book to The Hunger Games series.
Book Club 20 | Red Rising
Darrow of Lykos is fighting his way to a better world in Red Rising by Pierce Brown, but what is he willing to sacrifice along the way? Who will he become? Join the LTN Book Club as we discuss this first entry in the Red Rising Saga.
The Cost of War in Mobile Suit Gundam Wing
Many mech animes glorify the violence they depict, but Mobile Suit Gundam Wing doesn't shy away from the human cost of war.
Humans of Gaming 131 | Rachel Kowert, PhD on Stereotypes and Parenting
Dr. Rachel Kowert joins us to talk about her career research into video game stereotypes, addictions, and World of Warcraft
Crimes We Accidentally Committed in Red Dead Redemption 2
Arthur Morgan doesn't go looking for trouble but trouble always happens to find him. Here are 6 crimes we accidentally committed in Red Dead Redemption 2.
Sin and Sympathy in Red Dead Redemption
Red Dead Redemption presents us with a world full of sinners and asks us to consider whether we care about any of them.
Should You Play Violent Video Games?
While there may not be a significant causal link between video games and aggressive behavior, does that mean that video game violence should be of no concern to the gamer?
Breaking the Cycle of Violence in The Dragon Prince
The Dragon Prince, by the creators of Avatar: The Last Airbender, challenges us to dare to believe that we can make the world a better place.
Are You Wrong About Video Game Violence?
In the wake of the Parkland, FL shooting, the debate on virtual violence and real world aggression was revived. Kerry Shawgo cuts through the divisive rhetoric in order to take a hard look at the current research on the impact of video game violence.