Dread Delusion follows in the footsteps of King’s Field and Morrowind to craft a beautiful nightmare.
We discuss Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, Neon White, and more on this jam packed episode.
We test the limits of run optimization on this week's Waypoint Radio, as we discuss 'Neon White' and others.
Elsewhere, we discuss the Steam Next Fest, 'Dragon's Dogma II,' and French Revolutionary Automatons.
Lots of games make Space Marines cool, 'Chaos Gate - Daemonhunters' does something harder: it actually makes them powerful.
What’s here is novel and fun, and gestures at a device that could extend beyond its 'hey, that’s neat' status. But is it a platform or a fun toy?
'Abermore' had the potential to be one of the year's sleeper hits, but will forever be held back by serious technical issues
Halo’s absence from the Xbox and Bethesda showcase was not only obvious, but expected for many of its most loyal players
Halo's politics have never been particularly interesting, but they have never been as loud as they are in the Paramount+ TV show.
How a world of acknowledged horror became a refuge from a world of make-believe routine.
We know video games don't cause real-world violence, but that hasn't stopped some game developers from feeling guilt about their work.
More than 5,000 games have been released on Steam this year alone. Games like 'Peglin' and others have broken through the noise.
The opening hours of the 2002 survival horror game are wildly promising, before it buckles under the weight of its ambition.