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When Games Redeem Abusers, They Risk Rationalizing Abuse
On Waypoint Radio 177, we talk 'Captain Spirit,' Star Wars, and the difficulty with redemption arcs.
What’s a Game That You Love, But Never Finished?
'Dishonored' is just one beloved game that I might never complete.
A 'Witcher 3' Mini-Game Has Become an Amazing Collectible Card Game
'Gwent' is now a standalone CCG that outclasses ‘Hearthstone’ in surprising ways.
Ciri Deserves Her Own 'Witcher' Game
She’s the franchise’s ultimate badass, and in light of the new Netflix series, I hope CDPR gives the woman her own awesome action game.
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How the Novigrad of ‘The Witcher 3’ Measures Up to the Original Fiction
The game’s great city is a sight to behold—but it’s some way short of the wonder Dandelion describes in ‘Sword of Destiny’.
A No Bullshit Conversation With The Authors Behind The Witcher and Metro 2033
Witcher novelist Andrzej Sapkowski says he doesn't owe games anything, but Metro 2033 author Dmitry Glukhovsky thinks games made them both.
We Debate Games We Hated That Everyone Loved on Waypoint Radio
Nothing is safe, nothing is sacred.
The 'Witcher 3' Modder Who Gave Geralt a 'Shredded Steel Body'
And here's the kicker: it wasn't about making him sexier.
Listen to Episode 5 of the Waypoint UK Podcast: Loved Up and a Little Lusty
It’s almost Valentine’s, so naturally we’re talking about those times games try to get sexy.
Discussing the SAG-AFTRA Strikes with Geralt of Rivia
Doug Cockle, the voice of Geralt in the Witcher series, on fair labor and performance.
We Analyze ‘Frog Fractions 2’ and World Building on Waypoint Radio
And it’s the start of the week, which means it’s time for Witcher Wednesdays. Er, Mondays.
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.