Quinten Hoffman
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Quinten Hoffman is the youngest member of Irrational Passions and he is striving to bring Immersive Sims back into the larger conversation surrounding games. Analyzing environments and photo-modes are his jam, as well as breaking down game’s soundtracks. Also a big Star Trek fan, and he will debate you about how Deep Space Nine is the best of the bunch.

Metro Exodus Review Discussion

Hello and welcome to the Irrational Passions Review Discussion for Metro Exodus. For this discussion, Jurge Cruz and Quin Hoffman sit down to discuss Quin’s thoughts on the latest title in the Metro franchise. Quin’s Thoughts In Summary: Metro Exodus shows how far…

Input Ep. 80: Activision-Blizzard Lays Off 800 Workers Despite Having “Record Sales”

Jarrett and Jurge sit down with the youngest member of Irrational Passions, Quinten Hoffman, to break down what led to Activision-Blizzard laying off 800 workers. Works Mentioned: Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg is leaving in March By Dean Takashi Blizzard co-founder…

The Art of Spider-Man

All great media has the ability to transcend time and provide a glimpse into another age as well as another world. The words spoken and read have the ability to come alive from the screen. The way something catches your…

Reviewing the Telltale Situation

Quin recounts the recent closure of Telltale Games Studio.

Quinten Hoffman’s Games of the Year

As the year that was 2018 begins to wrap up, I just wanted to say thank you to the Irrational Passions editorial team for taking a chance on me. This year may been have the single most impactful year in…

Hitman 2 Review

In 2016, IO Interactive released a reboot of their well-known franchise Hitman. They made something special, and by releasing their levels episodically fans would replay the levels over and over again until they mastered it. These levels were intricate, and…

Article Read: Kratos the Literary Device

Hello and welcome to an Irrational Passions Article Read. For this read Jarrett Green, will be reading his piece Kratos the Literary Device which was originally published on April, 27th 2018. After the read, Jarrett Green is joined by Logan…

The Gardens Between Review

Everyone had that one friend when they were growing up who was ride or die. You were as thick as thieves, and no matter what you were there for each other when things got rough. Over time as you both…

Irrational Passions Presents: Article Read – Place and Purpose Desert Golfing

Hello and welcome to the initial episode of Irrational Passions Presents. This is going to be home to all of the audio features from Irrationalpassions.com For this Article Read, Quinten Hoffman will be reading his piece Place and Purpose: Desert…

1979 Revolution: Black Friday Review

1979 Revolution: Black Friday is a game which thrusts you into the middle of a troubled Iran. Developer iNK Stories have crafted a tale which is as immersive as it is true, and the game serves as a documentary at…

City of Brass Review

You find yourself in front of a magical portal; something straight out of legend. The Fabled “City of Brass”, where the citizens got so greedy that they began to stockpile gold, exploiting the local genies, who would turn against the…

Place and Purpose – Desert Golfing

Welcome to Place and Purpose. This is a column in which I dive into certain game environments and unravel the emotions that they evoke from the player.   Breathe in, breathe out. This is something you say to yourself over and…