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How a Simple Selfie Could Represent A Real Threat to WWE’s Dominance

Jimmy Jacobs once starred in one of indie wrestling's most tragic storylines. Now, he's part of a very real attempt to dethrone WWE.
Ian Williams
10.17.17
Portscript
Portscript

This Video Proves That Death is Everyone's Fault

Everybody dies in 'Heroes of the Storm,' and everybody is to blame.
Cameron Kunzelman
5.19.17
Critical Intel
Critical Intel

'Call of Duty: WWII' Seems Like Yet Another Hollywood Take on World War II

Our understanding of WWII has expanded since 'Saving Private Ryan' and 'Medal of Honor.' Will the new Call of Duty understand that?
Robert Rath
5.18.17
A Postcard From...
A Postcard From...

'Radio Garden' Provides A Window Into Another Place, Right Now

The internet is a collection of things that disappear.
Jack de Quidt
3.5.17
Not My Final Form
Not My Final Form

How the Heroes of Kingdom Hearts Find Strength In Transformation

The Kingdom Hearts series is full of convoluted lore, but its core message is profound.
Julie Muncy
2.7.17
Postscript
Postscript

Surviving 2016's Deplorable Boss Rush

Postscript columnist Cameron Kunzelman's attempts to understand the year that tried to kill us all, with a look at great boss rushes of the past.
Cameron Kunzelman
12.30.16
A Postcard From...
A Postcard From...

Lost, Afraid, and Snow-Blind in 'The Division: Survival'

"We were going to be heroes. Now we warm our hands around a barrel."
Jack de Quidt
12.18.16
Critical Intel
Critical Intel

Are Robots Really the Future of War?

Military-grade robotics continue to evolve in startling ways, evoking the technology and terror we see in games like 'Titanfall 2' and 'Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.'
Robert Rath
12.14.16
Mental Health Bar
Mental Health Bar

Can Horror Games Tackle Mental Illness Without Reverting to Stereotype?

Incoming indie game 'The Shattering' could change the landscape of virtual horror.
Joe Donnelly
12.11.16
Postscript
Postscript

Scott Eric Kaufman Taught Me How to Love Games

Waypoint Columnist Cameron Kunzelman eulogizes a giant of media criticism.
Cameron Kunzelman
12.9.16
The Pick-Me-Up
The Pick-Me-Up

The Pick-Me-Up: ‘Rez Infinite’

Before starting Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s remade rail shooter, I was a VR skeptic. After, I felt like I’d ascended to the stars.
Chris Schilling
12.8.16
A Postcard From...
A Postcard From...

'Subway Adventure' Is a Surreal and Beautiful World of Transit

Next stop, Cloning Tanks. Transfer at Victoria Station if you are headed to the False Consciousness line.
Jack de Quidt
11.27.16