IrrationalPod Ep. 333

Alex and Tony get very INTIMATE in this one-on-one show.

Perception Review

  Two hours into my playthrough of Perception, a first-person horror game where you embody a young blind woman who uses echolocation to see the world around her, I discovered the story of a character by the name of Betty. Betty…

Lost Oddities: Need for Speed Underground
Immediately upon reaching the title screen for 2003’s Need for Speed: Underground, there is an intense feeling of excitement and guilty pleasure, as “Get Low” by Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz begins to blast from your TV speakers…
Editorial: Who Really Took E3 2017?

Alex gives his two cents on how he felt the big three did at E3, from what they showed, to what they didn’t.

MPP – Roxy Fae’s Little Big Dream
On a macro-scale, cosplay is a growing hobby-cum-industry. Pictures of beautiful models decked out as popular characters from tv, movies, video games, and comic books get re-tweeted and shared and whatever you do on Instagram ad nausem. It's colorful, fun,…
IrrationalPod Ep. 332
Download: iTunes Feed — RSS Feed — MP3 Direct Download Breakdown: This week we don’t have many games to go over, we’re all pretty tired, and we are down for a chill show. In games Alex reflects on Plague of Shadows and Alundra. Nabeshin…
IrrationalPod Make-up: Ep 329 – 331

Time to catch up for some lost podcast magic.

Specter of Torment Review

The baseline Shovel Knight is an excellent addition to anyone’s list of “classic games,” whether it came out in 2014 or not. It so beautifully fits into a niche where others try and try again, but fail, and Yacht Club…

Alex’s E3 2017 Predictions

Alex gets to share his thoughts and feelings on the upcoming Electronic 3.

Jurge’s E3 2017 Predictions
Heck yeah, friends. It’s the big one, video games are more than just Pac-Man now, it’s time for E3. It’s sort of a different and slightly annoying show this year with conferences spread out across Saturday, Sunday, Monday and the…
Logan’s 2017 E3 Predictions.
It’s that special time of year. When the days of summer finally start to truly come alive, school ends, and millions across the globe turn their attention to a multi-day, game-centric event in southern California. The Electronic Entertainment Expo, otherwise…