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We Talk Nintendo and 'Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice'

Austin and Patrick get excited for FromSoft's Samurai Soulslike on Waypoint Radio.
Danielle Riendeau
6.12.18
Pokemon
Pokemon

‘Pokemon Ultra Sun’ is Really Good For Winter Blues

‘Pokemon Ultra Sun’ is pretty much the same happy game as last year’s adventure, with a few new twists.
Danielle Riendeau
11.16.17
At Play in the Carceral State
At Play in the Carceral State

Pokémon Go Took Over the World Last Year, Including Gitmo

"The arrival of improved internet and cellular service in Gitmo completely transformed the social ecosystem of the base."
Muira McCammon
7.27.17
nintendo
nintendo

There’s Only One Reason to Own Nintendo’s New 2DS XL

Thankfully it’s a pretty significant one, which justifies the console’s seemingly oddly timed launch.
Mike Diver
6.29.17
Podcasts
Podcasts

We Chat About Sherlock Holmes and DIY Pokémon on Waypoint Radio

We're making some interesting deductions about Pokémon today.
Danielle Riendeau
6.23.17
The Pick-Me-Up
The Pick-Me-Up

'MagiKarp Jump' Gives the World's Worst Pokémon the Clicker Game It Deserves

The heart-warming celebration of the world’s worst Pokémon is also a delightfully cheery little game.
Chris Schilling
6.22.17
Critical Intel
Critical Intel

Guess What, Inventory Management Is Surprisingly Hard While Climbing the Himalayas

When what you put in your pack means actual life or death, min-maxing takes on new meaning.
Robert Rath
4.26.17
Pokemon
Pokemon

Meet the Hackers Taking Pokémon Into Their Own Hands

From ROM hacks to modded monsters, these hackers are breathing new life into their beloved franchise.
Jessica Famularo
4.17.17
Pokemon
Pokemon

In Photos: The Competitive Side of the Modern Pokémon Community

We attended the year’s first major UK Pokémon tournament, in Sheffield, to capture the delight, the despair, and the solidarity.
Waypoint Staff
3.20.17
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digimon

It’s Time to Give the Digimon Games Another Chance

We all got burned by the crap in the past, but newer titles based on the digital monsters come warmly recommended.
Joe Anderton
2.22.17
Critical Intel
Critical Intel

'Pokémon Sun and Moon' is a Tourist's Version of Hawaii

Pokémon paradise it may be, but it doesn't represent the real folks who live there.
Robert Rath
2.9.17
Pokemon Go
Pokemon Go

Success and Server Distress: Discussing ‘Pokémon Go’ with Niantic’s John Hanke

The hit app of 2016 is far from finished, with new features in the pipeline. But its maker's CEO is all about going live.
Willie Clark
2.8.17