Detroit: Become Human
I Hope Our Bleak Future Resembles the Music in ‘Detroit: Become Human’
The video game is as triumphant as it is traumatic, and—in the case of one character’s story—that’s down to the work of composer Philip Sheppard.
'Detroit' Siphons and Squanders a History of Marginalized Struggle
The only meanings in 'Detroit: Become Human' are the ones it steals.
Quantic Dream Is Suing Journalists. We Have Some Thoughts.
Waypoint Radio, can you hear that sound? It's David Cage in the news. Assemble the team.
Ugly Reports About Quantic Dream Have Us Rethinking ‘Detroit: Become Human’
On today's podcast, we try to put recent investigations into the developer's workplace into context.
We Discuss the Video Games We're Most Looking Forward to in 2018
Just as soon as we catch up on all the games from 2017, of course.
I Don’t Trust David Cage to Tackle Domestic Violence in 'Detroit'
Being an artist doesn’t mean less responsibility.
In 2017, Video Games Can't Be Afraid of Taking Sides
How 'Wolfenstein' and 'Detroit: Become Human' take two very different approaches to violence, oppression, and resistance.
David Cage Wants to Know What You'd Do to Fight for Your Rights
We chat with the divisive director of 'Heavy Rain' and 'Beyond: Two Souls' about his goals for the android-filled 'Detroit: Become Human.'
We Discuss 'Spider-Man,' 'Knack 2,' and More on Waypoint Radio
Austin and Patrick emerge into the light to talk Sony.
Sony's E3 Has Increasingly Become About Games You Won't Play For Years
The company's press conference is always full of surprises, so long as you're okay being years older when they're done.