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.

My Return to Terraria

Back in 2011, a hot new crafting and exploration game started to spread across the interwebs. Adopting a 16-bit style, Terraria gave players a more action and adventure take on a genre that began in 2009 with its more blocky…

AtGames Legends Ultimate Arcade Cabinet Interview – A Pricy Prospect of Arcade Goodness

As arcades have begun shuttering their windows and closing their doors across the United States it’s becoming increasingly harder to find those classic titles. Due to this a new market which is focused around bringing those games into the home…

Video Game Book Club: Sonic 06 – Episode 2

Every other week, members of Irrational Passions will play through a new game. From modern to retro, obscure to popular, games we’ve played and those we haven’t, we will be hitting checkpoints as we go, sharing our experiences. Play along…

SolSeraph Review

Being a child of the late ’80s, I have fond memories of the ’90s and the Super Nintendo. I vividly remember watching my older brother play all sorts of games, and me attempting to. One title of particular note was…

Video Game Book Club: Sonic 06 – Episode 1

Every other week, members of Irrational Passions will play through a new game. From modern to retro, obscure to popular, games we’ve played and those we haven’t, we will be hitting checkpoints as we go, sharing our experiences. Play along…

The Legend of Heroes : Trails of Cold Steel 2 -Relentless Edition Review

*Note: There will be spoilers for the first Trails of Cold Steel game, so be sure to finish that first before reading this! As an abridged review, this game is amazing and so is the first. Don’t do yourself a…

Video Game Book Club : Bioshock 2 – Episode 4 FINALE!

Each month, members of Irrational Passions will play through a new game. From modern to retro, obscure to popular, games we’ve played and those we haven’t, we will be hitting checkpoints as we go, sharing our experiences. Play along and…

Professor RPG: The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 2 Basics Primer

Welcome students, Professor RPG here! Need help understanding the Equipment Fusion system in Tales of Zestiria? Perhaps you would like a more deep dive into the history of Ivalice?  What in the world does the Intelligence stat do in that…

Video Game Book Club : Bioshock 2 – Episode 3

Each month, members of Irrational Passions will play through a new game. From modern to retro, obscure to popular, games we’ve played and those we haven’t, we will be hitting checkpoints as we go, sharing our experiences. Play along and…

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel Review

Combat is turn-based and takes place in an arena which you can spend a turn moving around. Take the Materia system from Final Fantasy VII, mix in the social dynamics and interaction from the later Persona titles, a cast of…

Void Bastards Review

Your reflexes and nerves will be put to test as you scavenge your way to freedom in Void Bastards. I went into Void Bastards expecting a fun pick-up-and-play, rogue-like title in space. What I found instead was a tense game…

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid Review

It has been 14 years since the last Power Rangers fighting game on consoles. Now in 2019, with the resurgence of the brand’s popularity, developer nWay has brought us Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid onto modern consoles and PC.…