Call of Duty

Postscript

Gun Game is the Purest Form of Call of Duty

Nothing distills the Call of Duty essence quite as perfectly as Gun Game mode.
Cameron Kunzelman
11.2.18
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Is Spider-Man a Cop Now?

On Waypoint Radio 185, the whole crew is here to chat big games.
Danielle Riendeau
9.11.18
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We Discuss 'The Last of Us II,' 'Metro Exodus,' 'Dying Light 2,' and More

It's E3 day two, and we've seen so many games! We talk about them on Waypoint Radio.
Danielle Riendeau
6.14.18
blops

‘Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’ Confirms No Single Player and a New Mode Copying 'Fortnite'

The new ‘Call of Duty’ will feature zombies, multiplayer, a battle royale mode, and—in a series first—no single player campaign.
Matthew Gault
5.17.18
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Why are we Drawn to Guns in Games and Movies?

Today on Waypoint Radio, we discuss a week of reporting on the relationship between games and guns.
Danielle Riendeau
3.23.18
Guns and Games

A Closer Look at Our Dark Obsession With Guns Looking "Cool"

When games and guns became platforms, their marketing and culture started to converge.
Kelsey Atherton
Ian Boudreau
3.22.18
Guns and Games

Video Game Guns Don't Need to Be "Fun" to Be Interesting

What if video game guns were allowed to be tragic or frightening instead of just empowering?
Reid McCarter
Astrid Budgor
Ed Smith
3.21.18
Guns and Games

Meet the Game Dev Who Never Fires Guns in Games

Ben Burbank is a programmer at Campo Santo. He likes to play shooters without ever shooting a gun.
Danielle Riendeau
3.21.18
Postscript

The Extreme Cost of Game Development Might Be Unfixable

One game developer’s new calculations to determine the costs of games
Cameron Kunzelman
2.2.18
cod vs moh

The Normandy Level in 'Call of Duty: WWII' Shows How Far the Shooter Has Fallen

15 years after the beach invasion level in 'Medal of Honor: Allied Assault,' Call of Duty's version is much worse.
Matthew Gault
11.10.17
open thread

The Best Way to Ruin a Good Game

Nice game you got here. Shame if you were to happen to it.
Rob Zacny
10.11.17
anubis

African Esports Are Ready to Explode, but Video Game Publishers Are Holding Them Back

The esports industry has never been bigger, but Africa is being left behind.
Jacob Kleinman
8.30.17
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