Red Dead Redemption 2
'Red Dead Redemption 2' Is a Game of Big Mistakes and Little Victories
The redeeming details in a flawed epic.
It's Worth Keeping 'Red Dead Redemption 2' at a Distance
There are moments where you can almost forget the context, both in-fiction and real-world, that inform this uneven Western.
'Red Dead Redemption 2' Is Defined By Its Rough Edges
From reported labor abuses to a total dedication to its languid frontier fantasy, 'Red Dead Redemption 2' is messy as hell.
The Orcs of 'Shadow of War' Face a Fate Worse Than Death
Austin Walker and Cameron Kunzelman hash out their feelings about fantasy enslavement, lootboxes, and procedurally generated storytelling in the latest Lord of the Rings game.
Horizon Zero Dawn
'Horizon Zero Dawn' Has Far More Than Robot Dinosaurs
Waypoint Senior Reporter Patrick Klepek starts off our letter series about Guerrilla's open-world adventure.
The Spooky Whispers of 'Resident Evil 7'
'Resident Evil 7' succeeds where recent series entries have failed: by exercising restraint.
Cameron Kunzelman and Patrick Klepek
A Deeper Conversation About Class and Inequality in 'Gravity Rush 2'
Despite being anime-as-fuck, 'Gravity Rush 2' takes on some surprisingly complex themes.
Patrick Klepek and Austin Walker
VICE Gaming Letter Series
No Man's Sky' Is the Stress Reliever I Didn't Know I Needed
The editors at VICE Gaming will be sharing their first impressions with one another for the next week, because the game is massive in scope.
'No Man's Sky' Is the Stress Reliever I Didn't Know I Needed
Because the game is massive in scope, the editors of VICE Gaming are starting a week-long series of dispatches sharing our first impressions of what it's like to play the game.
Why Is There No ‘Proper’ Olympics Video Game in 2016?
We get Mario and Sonic cavorting around Rio, but no game in which we can play as Usain Bolt. After decades of realistic Olympic tie-ins, what's up with that?
Robin Hunicke Wants to Change Video Games, but She Can’t Do It Alone
The Funomena co-founder and <i>Journey</i> producer explains how traditional labelling is out-dated and why we need to highlight genuine innovation.
The Solution to Our Political Problems Lies in 'Dungeons and Dragons'
The tabletop roleplaying in <i>Stranger Things</i> is more than just filler; it's a cipher for the show's hopeful politics.