Jarrett Green
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A game enthusiast since he could walk, Jarrett prides himself on his deep attraction to Japanese beat-em ups, and his god-like Bushido Blade talents. He provides insightful commentary from experienced eyes out of the deep darkness of South Jersey.

Input Ep. 21: CryTek Sues Star Citizen Devs, Patreon Reverses Controversial Decision, and TGA

Some last minute news fills the docket for this week’s Input. Jarrett, Jurge, and Logan untangle the Crytek/CIG litigation, and try to put The Game Awards in context. Discussion Topics: Crytek sues CIG (of Star Citizen infamy) for breach of…

Housemarque in The Myth of Sysiphus

Our community’s mythic reverence of yesteryear makes new gods out of pop culture. We pay tribute to the quarter machine, pray to the pixel, worship the retro. These gods, though made mighty by our collective belief, are powerless to the…

Input Ep. 16: EA Acquisitions, Telltale Layoffs, Motigo and Runic Closing

EA buys Respawn for upwards of $455 million, changing the outlook on the Titanfall franchise. Discussion Topics: EA purchases Respawn Telltale Lays off a significant portion of its staff Perfect World closes Motigo and Runic Works Mentioned:  EA to Acquire…

Hob Review

In the early scenes, a terrible misfortune falls on a nameless, silent humanoid adventurer. In an attempt to open a pathway, he is poisoned after touching a semi-organic and very hostile blight. His silent and stoic golem companion rushes to…

MPP – The Game of the Half Year Extravaganza
As is Irrational Passions tradition, we like to check in with The People around mid-year to get our fingers on the pulses of what games are looking like the front runners for Game of the Year come December. As is…
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,…
MPP – And One Sidestep for Mankind w/ Ashley Parrish
There's no single reason why Mass Effect: Andromeda doesn't hold a candle to the original trilogy, but the greater consensus is that it doesn't. It's wholly enjoyable, and even innovative in a few key ways, but it misses the mark…
RIOT: Civil Unrest Preview – Gimme Shelter

A game with heavy topics and a heavy approach.

Divinity Original Sin 2 Divine Intervention

Another very deep dive into the DnD RPG.

Loot Rascals Review

I never once doubted that Hollow Pond, developer of the quirky sci-fi roguelike Loot Rascals, was made up of talent (from projects like Hohokum and Adventure Time) as soon as I laid eyes on it. The bizarre, absurd, and often…

Opinion: How I Learned to Stop Worrying & Love Auto Battle

Time to explore Mobius Final Fantasy’s weird relationship with auto battle.