The Pantheon of Games
The Best Games of 2017: Day 4
This year, players found secrets, sought redemption, experimented with everything... oh, and played what might be the best non-BioShock BioShock game ever.
Jack de Quidt
In 'Prey,' I Could Deal with Violent Aliens, but not the Gaslighting
In my 'Prey' universe, Morgan is definitely a woman.
I Finally Finished a Dishonored Game For the First Time
‘Dishonored: Death of the Outsider’ is a brilliant experience for the ways it builds on and repurposes elements from past games.
There is One Good Thing About 2017: Lots of Queer Women In Games
Please, game developers of every size and stripe, keep making good games games with queer women in them.
We Worry About the Future of Games like 'Deus Ex' on Waypoint Radio
Is the immersive sim dead?
Dishonored 2: Death of the Outsider
Chatty Rats Are the Best NPCs in 'Dishonored 2: Death of the Outsider'
Making fascinating, creepy, and lovable new friends in low places.
The Violent Path Feels Damn Good in 'Dishonored: Death of the Outsider'
I've always played a stealthy, cautious assassin in these games. Now, I'm out for blood.
'Prey' Might Have a Terrible Ending But That's What Makes It Great
The game that breaks itself.
The Soundtracks That Build a World
Listening to 'Dishonored' and hearing how its music helps form the foundation for its themes.
How a Speedrunner Broke ‘Prey’ in Three Days
Speedrunner and pro gamer Draqu knows his way around an immersive sim. And he can beat the 20+hour long ‘Prey’ in less than 20 minutes.
The Brilliance Behind the Bland Corporate Horror of 'Prey'
A far-fetched tale of technological marvels, commodified human talent, and oblivious managers.
Thanks, ‘Prey’, for Not Making Easy Mode a Guilty Pleasure
Arkane’s reboot doesn’t lock anything behind higher-difficulty modes, and that’s a Very Good Thing.