Opinion: Why Bringing Back Tales of Vesperia is Important

Tales of Vesperia is a little game from 2008 that I feel not a lot of people played. Mostly because no one seems to talk about it or are reacting to it having an actual and very important stage presence…

Opinion: LABO For Everyone

Two Thursdays ago (or January 18th for those of you reading this at a later date) Nintendo did a special reveal of a new kind of gameplay experience for the Nintendo Switch. Leading up to the reveal, the internet was…

Possum Springs, USA

Let’s take a trip to Possum Springs.

Editorial: Who Really Took E3 2017?

Alex gives his two cents on how he felt the big three did at E3, from what they showed, to what they didn’t.

Opinion: How I Learned to Stop Worrying & Love Auto Battle

Time to explore Mobius Final Fantasy’s weird relationship with auto battle.

The Art of the Video Game: Painting

Youssef joins the IP writing team to discuss video games and their emulation of classic art pieces and movements.

Opinion: A Game’s Greatest Weakness

New contributor Elliott discusses the biggest fault in the video games industry.

From One to Many: Thank You Game Developers

Greg reminded us who play games of something very important.

Feature: Growing Up with a Generation

Alex recounts growing up with some of the best video game consoles to date.

P.T. – The Perfect Reveal

P.T. may be the most excited experiment we’ve seen in video games.

The Long and the Short of it: A Debate Over Longevity in Games.

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…

The Best of a Generation: PS3

To say that we at Irrational Passions love games is to speak in grave understatement. Here are our favorites from Sony’s Playstation 3.