Interview With Greg Haynes of AbleGamers at PAX East 2020

Quin Hoffman, Editor at Irrational Passions, was able to sit down with Greg Haynes of AbleGamers at PAX East 2020, they were able to chat about the mission of AbleGamers and how they are trying to make games accessible for…

IPP459: Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Ori & The Will of the Wisps, PAX Final Thoughts

Jarrett jumps on the show to talk PAX East, our Panel, embargoed games, and more!

Coffee Talk Co-Writer Interview: A PAX East Discussion with Kris Antoni

At PAX East 2020, Editor Jurge Cruz got to sit down and chat with Kris Antoni, Studio Director and Co-Writer on the narrative driven game Coffee Talk. – Subscribe: iTunes – Google Play – Spotify – Download – In Coffee Talk you play as…

PAX East 2020 Day 1 Recap Podcast

Join Alex O’Neill and most of the Irrational Passions writing team as they takeover the main feed to talk PAX East! Alex questions Mike, Jurge, Quin, and Scott White on some of their picks of games from the first day…

Spiritfarer Preview: Wholesomeness, Passing On, & Hugging Cats

A game where you can hug cats is always a game made for me.

IPP458: Sony Pulls out of PAX & GDC, Drought of Games, and PAX East!

Quin joins the gang to find some old games, see where next gen could be going, and the effect of the coronavirus.

IPP419: Jedi Fallen Order, Sekiro, and GAME OF THRONES!!!

On this week’s show we dive deep on why Sekiro succeeds, the fondness we still share for Portal 2, and our favorite Final Fantasy songs.

Lost Along the Way: Get to the Orange Door Preview

A hauntingly memorable game for Alex from PAX East.

IPP418: Back from PAX, Sekiro’s Master craft, and Borderlands 3

We are back! Our week off while Alex was in Boston is over, and we talk about just how great Sekiro is, just what Nabeshin’s favorite 50 games are, and Scott runs off to celebrate a birthday.

A Fold Apart Preview – Telling a Different Type of Love Story

Long distance relationships are difficult, especially when they’re of the romantic variety. They take a toll on people when you don’t see each other every day, and your schedules are different from one another. Making it work is such a…

Borderlands 3 – The Pros, Cons, and Questions Left Unanswered

As a longtime fan of the Borderlands series, I was rather ecstatic when I found out that Gearbox would be doing a panel at PAX East this year. Waiting in line for what felt like days, I ascended the escalator…

Project Witchstone – The Game That Could Change the CRPG Genre As We Know It

One aspect that computer representations of tabletop RPGs (or CRPGS) have never been able to adopt from their tabletop variety cousins is the absolute freedom of choice that comes with playing that way. The ability for players to choose and…