'Dicey Dungeons' Will Help You Understand the Best New Genre in Games
It's a roguelike deckbuilder that looks nothing like the phrase “roguelike deckbuilder.”
After It Doxxed 2000 Journalists, Why Should We Ever Trust the ESA Again?
In a world where personal data can be used as a weapon by harassers and hackers, the risk of attending E3 has gone way up.
'Fire Emblem: Three Houses' Is the Reinvention the Series Needed
By making combat more transparent and giving you more time with the world's characters, Nintendo has revitalized its tactical RPG franchise once again.
Alone at the End of the World in 'Evangelion'
The apocalypse hit 15 years ago. But today, you'll go to the movies anyway.
'Cadence of Hyrule' Remixes Classic Zelda Music with Roguelike Peril
Two great tastes that taste great together.
'Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2' Makes Seattle the Star
Tech industry gentrification has brought a new sort of bloodsucker to the Emerald City.
Xbox Is Building the Netflix of Games. Is That a Good Thing?
Waypoint Radio breaks down all of the news from Microsoft and Bethesda's press conferences.
'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare' Can't Decide Whether War Is Bad or Badass
The reboot of the series is going for emotional storytelling, but all the gun fetishization might just get in the way.
‘Outer Wilds’ Is a Captivating Sci-Fi Mystery About the End of the World
Explore a handcrafted solar system and contemplate mortality in this wondrous, ecological adventure.
Waypoint Is Joining the New VICE.com
New URL. Same us.
'Sekiro' Transforms the Dark Souls Formula into Something New and Risky
As blades clash and ninjas disappear into puffs of smoke, FromSoftware has once again found something fresh and exciting.
We Wrestle With the Messy Politics of 'The Division 2' on Today's Podcast
Plus, our thoughts on the techno-thriller immersive sim 'The Occupation,' internet nostalgia journey 'Hypnospace Outlaw,' and joyous puzzler 'Baba Is You.'