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…

Beat Cop Review Discussion

Content Warning: This discussion includes the topics of race, the use of racist behavior, racist terminology and violence. Review Discussions are a new initiative to talk past or beyond a review or in place of a written/video review in a more…

SteamWorld Quest Video Review

In the latest entry to the SteamWorld franchise, SteamWorld Quest drops the cowboy hats and pickaxes in exchange for some wizard hats and swords. Image & Form once again take a stab at a new genre as they have with…

Falcon Age Review Discussion

Review Discussions are a new initiative to talk past or beyond a review or in place of a written/video review in a more timely manner. They’re an interview-style discussion hoping to discuss specific aspects of the game in question that…

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…

One Piece World Seeker Review

Monkey D Luffy and the Straw Hat crew are launching themselves into one of their biggest adventures yet in One Piece World Seeker. But with any grand adventure there’s some problems you’ll have to deal with head on. World Seeker…

Vignettes Is a Delicously Bright Game Full of Surprises

I’m a sucker for a very specific sub-genre of game. That being games that are about the enjoyment that comes from just tinkering with something colorful and imaginative. Games like developer Funomena’s Luna and Ko_Op’s GNOG. These are titles that…

Jump Force Review

  To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Weekly Jump, the highly successful manga magazine, Jump Force has pulled together stars from throughout its history to do battle with one another. Pitting the likes of Goku against Kenshin or Ichigo against…

Away: Journey to the Unexpected Review

Upon starting Away: Journey to the Unexpected, I learned something new about myself: there are few things I find more exciting than walking into something with absolutely zero expectations. Apart from a trailer I vaguely recalled watching at least a…

Kingdom Hearts 3 SPOILERCAST

The moment has arrived! Kingdom Hearts 3 finally released and we’ve all played it an unhealthy amount! Join Alex, Mike, Scott and Justin as they talk everything Kingdom Hearts 3

Hyper Jam Review

    Studio Bit Dragon has nailed the frantic, fast-paced gameplay of an arcade-style twin-stick arena brawler with their new game, Hyper Jam. It gives me nostalgic butterflies, from being in the arcade playing games like Smash TV. Hyper Jam…

Kingdom Hearts III Review

Does the finale to this story hold up? I’d say so.