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What's good, Internet? Join Waypoint's Austin Walker and Patrick Klepek twice a week, as they break down the biggest stories in video games and unfairly compare everything to Dark Souls.

Customer Reviews

The Cerebral Duo

When two of the most intelligent personalities in gaming today get together to talk about the industry, you know it's going to be well worth your time. Can't wait to see where this goes!

It doesn't get better than Austin Walker

Klepek, too. But there's no more thoughtful, circumspect or inclusive voice in gaming than Austin Walker. As a true gaming academic, he brought intellectual gravity to the Giant Beastcast (the east coast franchise of Giant Bomb) in a field that's not traditionally keen on politicized topics. His departure from Giant Bomb was a disappointment but when I found out he was starting a new gaming site with VICE, I was all in. Adding Klepek (of Mario Maker feud fame) to the roster made the transition all the more intriguing.

Now that things are getting up and running, their as-yet unnamed podcast has launched, and it's great to hear the interplay between Walker and Klepek. It's early to be providing a review like this, but I have such utter faith in Walker and Klepek from their previous work that I have no misgivings about rating this podcast extremely highly. You can bet on this growing into a mature and thought-provoking podcast without losing the youthful joy of gaming.

(For those interest in table top gaming, Walker also hosts Friends At the Table, an actual play podcast focused on...okay, I won't do the whole spiel, just go listen to it. It's phenomenal, even if you're not a table topper yourself.)


It's great to have Austin back on a weekly gaming podcast. He and Patrick Klepek (both formerly of Giant Bomb, though not at the same time) work very well together and I can't wait to see how this show evolves along with the new site.