We Finally Answer the Debate: Smooth or Crunchy?
We answer questions about peanut Butter, public criticism, game series gone bad and more on episode 201 of Waypoint Radio
An Exclusive Look Behind the Music of 'BattleTech'
Plus, a conversation with composer Jon Everist about video game music, strange careers, and giant robots.
Winning Is Fun, But Not Knowing What Victory Means Might Be Better
The 'Terraforming Mars' board game kept me guessing right until the end, which is something I'd like more strategy games to try.
Daryl Hannah and Neil Young Made a Western for the Psychedelically Woke
We sat down with director Hannah and stars Young and Micah Nelson to talk art, imperfection, and making the surreal new Netflix film 'Paradox'
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Noisey Beats 1: Neil Young, FKi 1st, and Pacman da Gunman
Tune into episode 138 of Noisey Radio on Beats 1 this Saturday at 9 AM EST/6 AM PST and Sunday 9 PM EST/6 PM PST.
Smoke Some Weed, Take a Walk, and Read This Interview With Neil Young
Sixty years into an iconic career, Young is still fighting back against the recording industry. In a rare interview, he talks to Noisey about art, algorithms, and the likelihood of music saving the world.
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Storytelling in 'Stellaris' Leaves Too Much to the Imagination
Stellaris needs a role-playing mindset, but it rarely supplies enough material to work with.
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Five Years of Grand Dynasties and Sneaky Coups In 'Crusader Kings II'
Paradox’s kingdom simulator came out in a very crowded year for great games. It still stands out.
2016 Was the Best Year for Strategy Games Ever
You can’t ignore this genre anymore.
'Tyranny' Is an RPG Where the Moral Choices Are Different Shades of Evil
Sometimes, evil wins. Then it has to rule.