Trip to Nintendoland Ep.20: #SaveDinsoaurOffice

Join us on a trip to Nintendoland! Your monthly source for Nintendo News and games chat from IrrationalPassions.com! In this episode, We talk about all the hubub around Nintendo sticking to Twitter to announce all their news like Bayonetta 3’s…

Tunic Review Discussion

Review Discussions are interview-style discussions hoping to discuss specific aspects of the game in question that may or may not be included in the written review. In some cases, the discussion will be the only critical conversation we put out…

Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Review Discussion

Review Discussions are an interview-style discussion hoping to discuss specific aspects of the game in question that may or may not be included in the written review. In some cases, the discussion will be the only critical conversation we put…

30XX ‘Abyssal Armory’ Update Preview

I haven’t been shy about my love for Batterystaple Games action platformer roguelike 30XX. I gave it my Game of The Show and PAX East 2020 and sitting down and speaking with the games creator remains one of my favorite…

Kena: Bridge of Spirits Review Discussion

Review Discussions are an interview-style discussion hoping to discuss specific aspects of the game in question that may or may not be included in the written review. In some cases, the discussion will be the only critical conversation we put…

Death’s Door Review

Death’s Door triumphs at making a dangerous world you care about exploring. It’s layered and filled with many more foes than allies. It’s dreary everywhere you go, but it still finds a way to spark a sense of hope in…

Balan Wonderworld Review

The pitch for Balan Wonderworld sounds promising. Square Enix gave the creator of Sonic the Hedgehog, Yuji Naka, a whole development team to make a new 3D platformer franchise. But the actual product rapidly becomes a slog of an adventure…

30XX Impressions – Jump’n and Shoot’n Still Feels Great In This Roguelike Sequal!

Battery Staple games were released 20XX back in 2014. This game took the historic gameplay of Capcom’s legendary Mega Man X franchise and infused it with the rogue-like genre’s essence. The result was an incredibly fun action platformer roguelike that…

Ys IX: Monstrum Nox Review – Adol the Red is Back!

Adol and his blue-haired pal Dogi are back, and this time there are no boats or amnesia in-sight. Instead, Adol just finds himself in chains and a prison cell. Set in the fortress-turned-prison city of Balduq in Gllia, Ys IX:…

Mobius Front 83′ Reimagines the Cold War as a Grueling Sci-fi Civil War

Often hiding in the “tactical wargame” subgenre of strategy are games that are less likely to make you feel like a battlefield commander and more likely to make you feel like you’re solving a puzzle cube. Whereas XCOM is the…

Destiny 2 Beyond Light Review

Destiny 2’s latest expansion, Beyond Light, finally brings the Darkness to the forefront to tempt you with new powers and abilities to master. Alongside that, it brings stories of redemption, revenge, and a dark future for humanity to face. While…

Genshin Impact Review

A lot of players have been anticipating the attempt at a “Breath of the Wild-like” open-world game to the point where it almost felt inevitable. Genshin Impact is about as close as any developer has gotten to realizing that. But…