Scott White
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Born and raised in the mitten state, Scott has been around video games for his entire life. A lover of most genres of video games (he is not one for the racing or sports games), he is especially fond of RPGs and Fighting games. Scott is far from a one-trick nerd though also having interests involving card games, such as Magic, board games, and Dungeons and Dragons. Outside of game related items, he finds giant robots (Gundam, Transformers, anything that combines into bigger robots) to be the shit , enjoys the occasional anime, and has a fondness for epic fantasy novels. The nerd is strong with this one.

Epilogue’s GB Operator Review- A game-changer in the retro preservation landscape

With each passing year, it’s becoming more difficult and pricier to find old games (and means to play them). The folks at Epilogue have released a potential gamechanger with the GB Operator. This tiny device has quickly become one of…

Mighty Goose Review – Hell hath no fury like an angry goose

Geese are angry creatures, sometimes scary creatures. Mighty Goose, from developer BlastMode, asks the question: if you gave a goose a power suit, some guns, and a tank, could they save the universe? Spoilers, yes, yes they could. As an…

Operation: Tango Review – A Cooperative Spy Thriller

Intercepting nefarious hackers, attending clandestine meetings, and taking down corrupt corporations are all in a day’s work for super spies. In Operation: Tango, you and a friend will have to fill those same shoes in this stylish asymmetrical co-operative adventure…

Fallen Legion Revenants Review – A Long Dark Fall

I don’t know what would be scarier, having to contend with the mutated townsfolk and monsters in a destroyed world, or having to navigate the political tight-rope of trying to gain votes and pass measures. They sound equally terrifying but…

30XX Impressions – Jump’n and Shoot’n Still Feels Great In This Roguelike Sequal!

Battery Staple games were released 20XX back in 2014. This game took the historic gameplay of Capcom’s legendary Mega Man X franchise and infused it with the rogue-like genre’s essence. The result was an incredibly fun action platformer roguelike that…

Professor RPG’s 10 Favorite RPGs of 2020

The new year is underway and while our feeds are full of exquisite Bernie in mittens memes, I find myself reflecting back a bit on the adventures I undertook last year. 2020 was quite the powerhouse in terms of RPG…

Ys IX: Monstrum Nox Review – Adol the Red is Back!

Adol and his blue-haired pal Dogi are back, and this time there are no boats or amnesia in-sight. Instead, Adol just finds himself in chains and a prison cell. Set in the fortress-turned-prison city of Balduq in Gllia, Ys IX:…

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 4 Review – A Conclusion Well Worth the Wait

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 4 brings about the conclusion of story of Class VII and the Erebonian saga in an exciting and dramatic fashion.

Fight Crab Impressions – Ocean Fun with Friends, Rougher Seas on Your Own

Swords, lightsabers, guns, and more are all at your disposal in this premiere crustacean combat title, Fight Crab, from developers Nussoft and Calappa Games. You play as a crab armed to the claw, battling other equally-well armed crustaceans in various…

Werewolf: the Apocalypse – Heart of the Forest Demo Impressions

Deep in the woods lying hidden are the secrets of your family’s past that you must discover in Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Heart of the Forest, an upcoming visual novel adventure RPG from developers Different Tales. I had the chance…

Ys: Memories of Celceta PS4 – A Memory Worth Revisiting

As the pool of Vita exclusive titles continues to shrink with new ports releasing on other platforms, the PlayStation 4 is now home to yet another of Adol Christin’s adventures with Ys: Memories of Celceta. Initially hitting the Vita in…

Bloodroots Review – A Bloody Good Time

The top-down arcade shooter has grown in popularity and mainstream appeal the past few years. Owing much of the renewed appeal to 2012’s Hotline Miami. A new contender has now entered the fray with the outlandish and gruesome Bloodroots. You…