When You Get the Exact Game You Wanted, and It Turns Out You Don't Like It
'Dishonored 2' was everything I hoped it would be, but now I'm realizing how much less I enjoyed it than the original.
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.
Five Years Later, 'Dishonored' is Still a Revolutionary, Nasty Game
Happy Dishonored Halloween!
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.
It’s 'PUBG' Fog, Accidental Malt Liquor, and Murder on Waypoint Radio
You know, exactly what one expects on a Monday morning.
E3 Makes Me Want To Play Games That Already Exist
2017—and late 2016—already saw great releases. Nothing at E3 this year is as exciting as they are.
Not My Final Form
'Dishonored' Games Are Dark, Bloody Fables about Divine Right
Arkane's Dishonored games put the player in the center of the universe, in multiple ways.
race in games
Black Skin Is Still A Radical Concept in Video Games
Black characters are still underrepresented in games, where white is still seen as a kind of 'default.'
Yussef Cole And Tanya DePass
Not Every Good Video Game Can Make Your 2016 List
How do 'The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine,' 'Dishonored 2,' and other amazing games get left behind? You gotta cut someone.
We Look Back on This Year in Games on Waypoint Radio
2016 is almost over. It was a rough year overall, but for games? A good one.
Waypoint High Fanfic: The Meanest Girls
Victoria, from 'Life is Strange,' was queen bee last year. Now Emily Kaldwin and Widowmaker are at the top of the hive.
Finals Fantasy, a Comic by Stephan Maurice Graham
The artist behind much of our signature art shows us what the slacking aristocracy of Waypoint High get up to when left alone.
Stephen Maurice Graham