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Category:  Opinion

By Zack Rupp, August 8, 2014 Comments Off on The Return Article, Opinion

It’s been nearly a month since I’ve written article here at IrrationalPassions, and I figure that’s too damn long. Plenty of excitement has been stirred in the mix since last time we talked. With events like E3 and San Diego… Read More »

By Team Irrational Passions, August 4, 2014 Comments Off on 2014 “Half-Year” Game of the Year Game of the Year, Group Article

Let’s see what the team considers the best game of 2014, so far.

By Zack Rupp, July 7, 2014 Comments Off on Liberty for All Article, Opinion

Sulfur fills the air from fireworks that burnt mere minutes ago. A dim night showered in sparks and embers from families all around. A small flame illuminates the faces of all those around who impatiently await the char-grilled food. A… Read More »

By Aneudys Tejeda, June 24, 2014 Comments Off on Aneudys Top 5 Picks of E3 Article, E3, Opinion

E3 is long gone, and it’s safe to say the dust has settled. With solid conferences all around, from Ubisoft to Sony, I took some time to pick out some of my favorite announcements from the event. I’m not going… Read More »

By Charles Hood, June 23, 2014 Comments Off on What I’m Excited About After E3 2014 Article, Opinion

We can all breathe a collective sigh of relief because The Big Three has come and gone. Beforehand, we had only seen small slivers of what was going to be shown and with E3 over, the windows are opened to… Read More »

By Jarrett Green, June 16, 2014 Comments Off on Opinion: It’s Time to Stop Being Excited About The Last Guardian Opinion

A fiasco happened a few weekends ago – the calm before the E3 storm. IGN, the internet’s largest game related site, reported that The Last Guardian was cancelled. The same day it was published, Sony’s Scott Rohde confirmed that the game… Read More »

By Jarrett Green, May 22, 2014 Comments Off on The Timeless (and Frustrating) Tropes of JRPGs Article, Opinion

There are few genres as synonymous with hardcore gaming like the RPG. There was a time in history when the Japanese dominated console gaming with their particular brand of role playing, based loosely on the pen and paper variety at… Read More »

By Charles Hood, May 20, 2014 Comments Off on The Long and the Short of it: A Debate Over Longevity in Games. Article, Opinion

The essence of longevity in a game is something that most gamers strictly ask for, but do we really want a long game? A game that keeps us away from playing others because of its length? Does the fact that… Read More »

By Jarrett Green, May 13, 2014 Comments Off on 7 Ways to Get Awesome at Hearthstone Article, Opinion

If you’ve gotten this far, than you and I have at least one thing in common: we think Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft is pretty rad. But maybe you’ve given it a couple games and things just aren’t working out. Or maybe… Read More »

By Alex O'Neill, May 13, 2014 Comments Off on Microsoft: Primed and Ready Editorial, Opinion

Microsoft has set themselves up for a huge success come this June. With the Xbox One reaching parity price with the Playstation 4, all they need is another software push to really drive home how serious they are about games.

By Team Irrational Passions, April 24, 2014 Comments Off on A look back: Adventure games Opinion

Niall and Alex talk about one of their most memorable genres.

By Zack Rupp, April 3, 2014 Comments Off on Throwback Thursday: The Elder Scrolls: Online Article, Opinion

Fluent, as each move determines the next; a constant reminder that death is always near the horizon. The exhaustion courses throughout your body, but seldom does it ever deter you from the mission at hand. Fight or flight, although the… Read More »