Trip to Nintendoland Episode 3 – New Pokemon Games & Isle of Armor DLC

Join us on a trip to Nintendoland! Your monthly source for Nintendo News and games chat from IrrationalPassions.com! Spotify PocketCasts iTunes In this episode, Mike is joined by guests Cam Hawkins from Dualshockers and Ian Preschel from OkBeast to talk…

Podcast Ulitmate Reunion Special! – Who are the Final 5 DLC Fighters?

PODCAST ULTIMATE IS BACK FOR ONE MORE! Min Min has been announced as the first character in DLC pack 2 for Smash Bros Ultimate so it begs the question, Who are the final five? That’s what Smash fans Mike Burgess,…

A Trip To Nintendoland Episode 2 – Paper Mario & Pokemon News!

Join us on a trip to Nintendoland! Your monthly source for Nintendo news and games chat from IrrationalPassions.com! Spotify PocketCasts iTunes In this episode Mike Burgess, video producer, and Alex O Neill, editor-in-chief, are joined by guests Cam Hawkins from…

Pokemon Ranking Committee Episode 2- How the Wood Burns

Let the rankings commence! In another A Trip to Nintendoland presents feature, The Pokemon scientists gather to rank their favorite Pocket Monsters from the latest generation of games Pokemon Sword & Shield! In the second episode, The gang returns after…

Animal Crossing Offered Me a Nice Temporary Replacement for Community Work

Hello there! Quin did a read of this feature, and Jurge joined him afterwords to have a discussion of the piece, check it out!  Direct Audio Download – Subscribe to the Irrational Presents Feed! Animal Crossing is a franchise which has…

Pokémon Sword & Shield Review

The core Pokémon RPG series takes it’s biggest leap forward with Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield. It unfortunately came with a few sacrifices, but I still believe this is the best entry in the series. Sword and Shield pushes the…

Slay the Spire is a Magic Drafter’s Dream

My favorite memories of playing Magic the Gathering has always been drafting. You pay an entry fee that is about 3 packs worth of cards. These packs get opened, you take a card from the pile, and pass it around…

Mastery of the Wild FAQ

Master of the Wild is a stream series where Mike Burgess video producer attempts to complete Breath of the Wild on Master Mode! But there’s a few other things going on then just beat Ganon and roll credits.  The streams…

Indie Highlights June 2019: She & the Light Bearer, Verlet Swing, Cadence of Hyrule

Indie Highlights is a video series where we’ll highlight awesome indie games we’re playing or you might have missed and are worth checking out. These are our picks for June 2019! Edited by: Mike Burgess (@MikeIP_) She & the Light…

Super Dragonball Heroes: World Mission Review

Released in Japanese back in November of 2010, Dragonball Heroes has become a rather popular series of card-based tiles in the arcades. Spawning numerous updates and a quasi-sequel title with Super Dragonball Heroes, it has always been a game I’ve…

Tetris 99 is the Future We Didn’t Ask For

Tetris 99 is batshit. After February 13th’s Nintendo Direct revealed yet another re-purposing and re-imagining of Tetris, I was left incredulous. It’s not that the idea is, in and of itself, a bad one. Tetris has been a competitive game…

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Video Review

After 9 years the legendary assassin Travis Touchdown returns in the aptly named Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. With his trusty beam katana in hand you embark on another wild, overly stylish and ridiculous action game from the mind…