Warhammer 40000 Review

Science fiction has a great reputation for setting the bar high when it comes to progress in social, technological, and military spheres (among many others). Unlike other fiction genres, Sci-fi isn’t held so strictly to conventional logic and reason. I…

Let’s Rank the Warhammer 40000 Games!

Games Workshop’s Warhammer 40,000 (or just 40K) is one of the most sprawling and detailed science fiction universes ever created. In the 41st Millenium, Earth is memory, and giant mutant superhumans preserve the legacy of Humankind throughout a hostile galaxy…

IrrationalPod Ep. 203

A podcast about Assassins.

MaliciousPodX Ep. 18

More MUPX. More problems.

Super Smash Bros for 3DS Review

Super Smash Brothers is a franchise that has a lot of different memories with different people. Maybe it means the competitive scene behind Melee, wave-dashing, wombo-comboing and everything that comes with it. Maybe it’s getting drunk and playing Brawl with…

D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die Review

Swery, or Swery65, or maker of Deadly Premonition, or mad-genius if you prefer, has come back in a big way with his team Access, this time on Xbox One. Features this time include, but are not limited to, romance, intrigue,…

Monthly Passions: October 2014

Another month, another set of games. We are in fall now, so the big games are finally coming out. Here’s what we’ve got.

IrrationalPod Ep. 202

Video games! This week’s show is dominated by The Binding of Isaac!

IrrationalPod Ep. 201

Happy Halloween, let’s get SPOOOOOOOOKY!

4 Ways Shadow of Mordor is Better Than The Games it Imitates.

At first glance, you may look at Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor and write it off as a half-cooked licensed product in a franchise somewhat known for throwing their name on anything, regardless of quality. I urge you to shake…