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.

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.

Stories: The Paths of Destinies Review

The first time I was immensely aware that books didn’t just magically appear on rickety sheet metal school shelves – that they had to be drafted, edited numerous times, published, printed en masse, distributed, etc. – was during my love…

MPP – Street Fighter V: Then, Now, and Tomorrow w/ Michael Martin
  Street Fighter V is more than a sequel, is a reboot of the expectations of the Fighting Game Community when it comes to the planet Earth's biggest fighting game. Street Fighter V was meant to revive the scene for…
MPP- Tommy Miller, and the Infinite Diminishing Returns of COD

Jarrett and Tommy Miller (@itsctrl) have an intimate chat about Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, and whether the bubble has burst on the franchise. Tommy was a streamer for COD4: Modern Warfare back before that shit was cool, so he…