Gorgeous 'Birdspotting' Trailer Has No Hunting and No Shooting. Just Being
Let's return to a simpler place and time, in games and in life.
'Don't Wake the Night' Tackles Morality Better Than Any AAA Game
Inspired by Paraguayan folklore, it's a game about the intersection of community and consequences.
The Cycle of Life and Death in 'Out There' is a Peaceful Distraction
I'm enjoying a surprisingly chill experience, despite dying a lot in Mi-Clos' adventure roguelike.
Objects in Space
'Objects in Space' Knows the Future Sucks, But Makes the Best of It
The final frontier may not be the most exciting place. But that's ok.
‘Art Sqool’ Is a Game About Following Your Passion in an Exploitative World
Wait, shit, is this a scam?
It's Art for Art's Sake on Waypoint Radio This Week
Toward a culture of creative independence, not indie culture.
Kitty Horrorshow's Latest Is a Horror Game For Our Scary Political Moment
Kitty Horrorshow's 'Castle Wormclot' evokes a massive, unknowable political machine.
Mecha Dating, Angry Geese, Pretty Jumps: Three Games That Looked Rad at PAX
In-between stops at the bar, 'Star Renegades,' 'Gris,' and 'Untitled Goose Game' caught my eye.
Nintendo's Reggie Fils-Aimé on Accessibility, What's Next, and, Uh, Waluigi
Even with the strength of the Switch, E3 left a lot of questions about Nintendo's future. Thankfully, Reggie offers us some answers.
Games Like 'Sky Rogue' Let Me Indulge in My Arcade Nostalgia
Bold, bright, and smartly designed, the best arcade games offered a simplicity I've missed for years.
Memory Is a Mystery in this Conspiracy-Driven Sci-Fi Puzzler
The sequel to 2016's minor stream phenomenon 'Asemblance' is everything that game was and more, with wild imagery and even wilder puzzles.
Stability, Support, and Safety: Small Game Studios Need Unions Too
Most of the discussion around games and labor focuses on AAA developers. But indie game developers could also benefit from the added stability and workplace protections offered by organizing.