The writers of LTN share some of the most powerful examples of faith in popular media—both prescriptive and problematic.
Video games allow us to control their worlds--Blake Atwood share how his experience with Oculus Quest has forced him to come to terms with the things in life he can't control.
With its team rounds and zany action, Fall Guys is a battle royale game that reminds us that we can't always succeed by ourselves.
The comics industry continues with a few more hiccups while Hector and Chris cover the happenings of DC Fan-Dome and their pulls from the last week.
What do you do when your beliefs conflict with your conscience?
You'll laugh, you'll cry (in frustration), and you might even yell at each other, but Overcooked builds stronger, healthier families in the end.
The Last of Us 2 has Connor wondering if making time to slow down and reflect might be the key to getting more out of games that don't give us space to do so.
Final Fantasy VII Remake reminded Al Martens of the power of empathy and the importance of loving people in the midst of their pain.
Animal Crossing's fruit-rich, stream-filled paradise offers us a glimmer of the world as it could be.
In light of recent controversy about whether Final Fantasy VII Remake is telling a complete story, Connor Felty shares how storytelling has changed over the years and asks us to consider what a digital, interactive story is worth.