Women of Warhammer Show Us Their Finest Work
We spoke to female fans about their passion for the game, and whether its male-dominated landscape is changing.
A 90-Hour Work Week Is Believable Because Game Development Is Toxic
It doesn't matter if the developers of 'Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor — Martyr' were joking. What matters is people believed it.
'Warhammer: Vermintide 2' Makes Me Feel Like an Important Part of a Team
I’ve historically been a follower in online multiplayer games, but with 'Vermintide 2,' I’m finally pulling my weight.
We Talk 'Warhammer,' 'No Man's Sky,' More 'Uncharted' on Waypoint Radio
If you let Austin talk about 'No Man's Sky' for a minute, he'll talk for 10.
How Napalm Death Influenced a Generation of Indonesian Metalheads
"Harmony Corruption" was the album that gave birth to the country's death metal scene.
Life and Death at the Spear Tip of ‘Total War: Warhammer’
On this field, on this day, I will pay the price for being poor and young and powerless.
The Latest 'Warhammer 40K' Edition Is a Triumphant Expression of the New Games Workshop
Games Workshop finally remember the "games" part of the Warhammer equation.
Warhammer Fans Showed Us Their Finest Work
We went to a tournament to speak to 40k enthusiasts about their love for the game.
Magic: The Gathering: The Investment
If you were an “indoor kid,” you may be in luck
The Intoxicating Power of Touch in Games
Searching for the physical in a medium and an era increasingly dominated by the electronic and virtual.
The Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda of Warhammer 40000: Eternal Crusade
Eternal Crusade could’ve been an awesome Warhammer MMO, but Games Workshop keeps making terrible decisions.
3D Printing Is Going to Turn the Miniatures Gaming Market Into a War Zone
Warhammer starter sets can cost $150. So players are making their own.