Team 17's Blasphemous offers a glimpse of a reenchanted world, where concepts that are the bedrock of Christian faith are more than abstract terms.
Gamers are well acquinted with simulated death. However, some games treat it as more than just an obstacle towards progression or a gory death sequence. Here are 10 games to get you started.
There’s a snap in the air, shadows lengthen across the ground, and you’d better check under your bed before you fall asleep. The spooky season is upon us, and the writers of LTN want to share a few of our favorite scary games. Bioshock Dark, damp, and dreary, Bioshock perfectly blends unusual and uncomfortable. From […]
Writer Zach Carpenter explores ASTRO BOT Rescue Mission and how a simple question from his son reminded him that the one is just as important as the many.
LTN writer Al Martens discusses how his time playing World of Warcraft has changed him after reflecting on the game's history, the release of WoW Classic, and the person he is now.
LTN editor Joey Thurmond shares how Remedy's newest game, Control, masterfully celebrates both playing video games and those who play them.
Despite what you’ve done, despite what’s been done to you, you can continue to live. You can be forgiven. You can find a new purpose.
Video games are often scapegoats for social problems, but they help Eric cope with his depression and social anxiety.
Can a horror game remind us of forgiveness? Writer Daniel Motley shares how Silent Hill 2 helped him come to terms with previous regrets.
Drew Dixon dived head-first into DayZ and found himself wanting to come up for air.