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When a Game Becomes a Troubling Psychological Self-Portrait

Or, How My Girlfriend Turned 'Stardew Valley' into Fritz Lang's 'Metropolis'.
Rob Zacny
18 hours ago
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Postscript

This Wacky Spy Game Asks You to Perform Realistic Espionage

'The Low Road' tests your more realistic spy abilities.
Cameron Kunzelman
3 days ago
Podcasts
Podcasts

We Haven't Covered 'Kingdom Come: Deliverance.' Let's Talk About Why.

On the podcast, we delve into the deeply complicated history of this week's surprise hit.
Patrick Klepek
4 days ago
Review
Review

'The Fall' Remains a Modern Sci-Fi Classic, But Its Sequel Misses the Mark

A lack of focus and too much combat drag down the next chapter in a very promising series about artificial intelligence.
Patrick Klepek
4 days ago
Crossing Souls
Crossing Souls

This ‘Stranger Things’-Inspired Game Has Me Stuck in a Moral Upside Down

‘Crossing Souls’ has a lot of heart, warmth, and unfortunately, stereotypes.
Danielle Riendeau
5 days ago
Civilization
Civilization

'Rise and Fall' Takes a Cautious Step Toward a More Nuanced 'Civilization'

An interesting expansion proves too wary of it's own changes to the status quo of 'Civilization VI'.
Rob Zacny
5 days ago
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I Hate Grinding, But I Can't Stop in 'Monster Hunter: World'

There's only one way you're gonna get a better fire hammer, bud.
Patrick Klepek
5 days ago
Doki Doki Literature Club
Doki Doki Literature Club

'Doki Doki Literature Club' Fits in a Tradition of Subversive Visual Novels

How 'Doki Doki Literature Club' fits into—and complicates—the visual novel genre.
Amr Al-Aaser
2.14.18
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Even As a Series Fan, 'Dynasty Warriors 9' Is a Unique Disappointment

"As a fan of the Warriors series," is a phrase I've learned to say very quickly and quietly.
Austin Walker
2.14.18
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Social Media

My Job Doesn't Exist Without the Support of Fans. How Much Do I Owe Them?

As a public figure, my personal life has become part of my career. The line between disclosure, transparency, and gossip isn’t clear anymore.
Patrick Klepek
2.13.18
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Damn, I Really Like Pressing Buttons In Video Games

There’s a certain satisfaction in games that are all about turning knobs and hitting buttons. Not on a controller, on a screen.
Danielle Riendeau
2.13.18
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Just Because Something is Mediocre Doesn't Mean We Don't Love it

It's a stuffed Waypoint Radio episode, full of games both good and good at it.
Danielle Riendeau
2.12.18
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