Patrick Klepek is the Senior Writer at Waypoint, and he's been covering video games for more than 20 years. He secretly wishes he was writing about horror movies every day.
A video game set in space, where everything has gone wrong, should rule. This one doesn’t.
Sega takes an audacious, messy swing at modernizing Sonic.
Braden "ChainChompBraden" Moor has spent six years chasing a nightmare, and it's finally come true.
Adventurers in the online RPG 'Tibia' have been been playing the game silently for decades, but now, that's changing.
One reason a niche website like RPG Site can pay its writers is because it relies on people showing up for puzzle solutions.
Not all games should be roguelikes, but in this case, 'Shovel Knight Dig' makes a strong case for its huge and successful pivot.
Games centered around collecting items often make you feel like a failure for not getting everything. 'Tinykin' does the opposite.
Microsoft is integrating the website HowLongToBeat into its Xbox app on Windows, making us wonder what it'd be like if such a feature were everywhere.
Regardless of how one feels about charging $70 for an update to a game from 2013, 'The Last of Us' remains an utterly compelling ride.
Plagiarism and poor pay are common in the world that produces the guides and walkthroughs that so many of us rely on every day.
I spend my days trying to beat Chris Plante's records in 'Neon White,' inventing perceived slights about our ongoing "competition."
Cats are undeniably cute, but that hardly explains why grandparents who haven't touched a video game in decades are interested in 'Stray.'