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Most Games Are Terrible at Writing Teen Characters

Hello, fellow kids!
Danielle Riendeau
10.5.18
The Pantheon of Games

Danika Harrod's Top 10 Games of 2017

Sometimes laughing, crying, and singing karaoke with your sworn brother are the best medicine for a terrible year.
Danika Harrod
12.28.17
The Pantheon of Games

The Best Games of 2017: Day 4

This year, players found secrets, sought redemption, experimented with everything... oh, and played what might be the best non-BioShock BioShock game ever.
Danielle Riendeau
Janine Hawkins
Dante Douglas
Carli Velocci
Jack de Quidt
12.28.17
The Pantheon of Games

Rob Zacny's Top Ten Games of 2017

The games are so good, but you are so afraid, and so angry.
Rob Zacny
12.26.17
Podcasts

We Discuss How Gaming and Politics Went Hand-in-Hand in 2017

From Trump to labor disputes, 2017 was a year in which it was impossible to talk about video games without considering politics.
Patrick Klepek
12.26.17
The Pantheon of Games

The Best Games of 2017: Day 1

This year saw players commanding troops, exploring labyrinths, flying through the air, going home, and (of course) crying.
Rob Zacny
Dante Douglas
Carli Velocci
Jack de Quidt
Janine Hawkins
12.25.17
Podcasts

We're Revisiting More 2017 Games on Waypoint Radio

Oh, right. 'Gravity Rush 2' DID come out this year.
Patrick Klepek
12.19.17
Night in the Woods

The Small Town Story of 'Night in the Woods' Is Even Better on a Big Screen

Infinite Fall’s examination of small-town modern life looks and plays even better on a big screen.
Danielle Riendeau
12.18.17
Podcasts

Episode 14 of the Waypoint UK Podcast Is All About 2017’s Best Games So Far

Because it’s the end of June, so of course it is. We’re talking Zelda, ‘Horizon Zero Dawn,’ ‘Detention,’ ‘Edith Finch’ and many more.
Mike Diver
6.29.17
Night in the Woods

Searching for Faith During a 'Night in the Woods'

Finding, maintaining, and questioning belief in Possum Springs
Shonte Daniels
5.16.17
Kiss and Tell

Romance in Video Games Can Sometimes Be Best Expressed Through Words Alone

‘Night in the Woods’ is a rare example of a game that convincingly shows a relationship in motion, even when its partners are apart.
Kate Gray
5.11.17
Adventure Games

In a Year of Too Many Games, Don't Overlook the Spooky 'Pinstripe'

‘Pinstripe’ came out of seemingly nowhere, but it deserves a serious look.
Danielle Riendeau
4.28.17
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