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.

Ramblet Episode 2

On this Ramblet, Jarrett speaks with writer Drew Kohler of Cross Console Gamer about his article “The Church Hates Gamers” .

Women Crush Wednesday: Jennifer Hale

There are many reasons to make your Commander Shepard a female. Maybe you are a lady, and the best way to truly engage yourself in the narrative is to create a character as close a resemblance to you as possible.…

Women Crush Wednesday: Cara Ellison

Like the Internet, the gaming industry is a world of many faces. We have our bright, smiling 3D Marios and Call of Dutys to show to the outsiders looking in, the Journeys and the Gone Homes to pass among ourselves…

Jarrett’s Favorite Soundtrack: Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest

There are few elements to a game more important than the way it sounds. Even a game with very little story or very sparse gameplay usually has sound effects and a score. Completely silent games died with MUDs made in…

Fixing Gaming’s Blacklessness

I don’t have many vivid memories from my childhood. I don’t even have very many pictures from my youth. I recall it as a difficult time for me, as my family was larger than my mother’s income could sustain, at…

Tiny Barbarian DX Review

StarQuail has created something that could be compared to gaming comfort food. The kind of food that you, a jaded 20-something far removed from child-like wonder and ignorance, can sink their teeth into and be instantly transported back to grandmas…

Dustforce Review

Some people just take their jobs too seriously, like that barista that has no problem making you wait an extra three minutes so she can froth your latte to her satisfaction. Or maybe that pizza guy who triple counts the…

Don’t Forget the Game

Knowing what a game is about is a deeper, more multi-layered intellectual experience than it may initially seem.

The Wolf Among Us Episode Two: Smoke and Mirrors Review

Smoke and Mirrors does a lot with very little. By the end of the almost two hour game, you will find that you aren’t much farther along with your assumptions or expectations than your were at the end of the…

The Banner Saga Review

I had a single grey hair in my beard two weeks ago, and it served as an appropriate ornament for my girlfriend to prod at every time she saw me. I blame that on the inevitable approach of my late…