Games are many things to many people, so the easiest, broadest power fantasies don't cut it for everyone.
'Mafia 3' understands why the black radicals of the 1960s would turn to guns for protection.
In 'Mafia III,' everyone dies fast.
The co-founder of Fullbright ('Gone Home,' 'Tacoma') pestered us until we would talk about one of his favorite games of 2016. What were we gonna do, say no?
One of them is a game he never played and the other uses something called "dice." Who is this amateur?
The solution isn't to sanitize games, but give incidents of violence the appropriate weight. Several games got that balance right this year.
Plus, a final farewell to a old, trustworthy friend from 'Dark Souls'
Several games this year turned the heads of Waypoint High's most avid political activists.
Waypoint's Managing Editor/Waypoint High's Vice Principal picks her favorite games of 2016.
We spoke with Charles Webb, the Senior Writer of Mafia III, about how the game leverages history, race, and politics while remaining a pulpy crime story.
We spoke with Mafia III's Senior Writer, Charles Webb, about how the game leverages history, race, and politics while remaining a pulpy crime story.
Mafia III has all the sights and sounds of the 60s, but are they more than just window dressing?