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Chicago

The First 'Watch Dogs' was Out of Touch

In our second episode of Guide To Games, we take a hard look at the first 'Watch Dogs'
Danielle Riendeau
1.24.17
extracurricular

Games Made Violence Meaningful in 2016

The solution isn't to sanitize games, but give incidents of violence the appropriate weight. Several games got that balance right this year.
Ed Smith
12.30.16
fanfic

Waypoint High Fanfic: Overwatch Dogs Save the Prom

Those feisty Dedsec kids from 'Watch Dogs 2' make the 'Overwatch' prom a real night to remember.
Arden Ripley
12.30.16
extracurriculars

AAA Games Weren't Afraid of Getting Political in 2016

Several games this year turned the heads of Waypoint High's most avid political activists.
Danielle Riendeau
12.30.16
extracurricular

Waypoint High's Band Played the Best Game Soundtracks of 2016

The Waypoint High School band makes "game music" that you don’t need to play the game in question to enjoy.
Mike Diver
12.28.16
Senior Superlatives

Find Out Which Waypointer is Destined for Stardom in Day 3 of Our Senior Superlatives

Plus: Some slackers and hackers get awards. (Please read "hackers" very broadly.)
Janine Hawkins
12.28.16
Postscript

What 'Watch Dogs 2' Gets So Right, and So Wrong, About Race

Waypoint EIC Austin Walker and Columnist Cameron Kunzelman take to a letter series to discuss Watch Dogs 2's take on race and erasure.
Cameron Kunzelman
12.2.16
Bad Decisions

We Discuss the Surprising Nuance of 'Watch Dogs 2' and Archiving History on Waypoint Radio

Find out why Austin Walker, a man who has been sick for a week, decided to stay up until 4:00 a.m. on a Sunday night.
Patrick Klepek
11.14.16
Opinion

I Could Just Cuddle These ‘Watch Dogs 2’ Characters

Far from a gang of cold, hard hackers, the cast of Ubisoft’s new game is full of palpable, believable personality.
Mike Diver
11.14.16
Hacking

These Games Subvert Boring Hollywood Hacking Clichés

<em>Beglitched</em>, <em>Quadrilateral Cowboy</em>, and <em>Hacknet</em> show how hacking in games can be colorful, clever, and pleasantly clunky.
Caty McCarthy
8.26.16