Deathloop Review Discussion

Jarrett and Alex sit down and find a way to break this loop!

Battlemode, the Multiplayer Mode in Doom Eternal, is a Certified Banger

The day I learned that Doom Eternal had a multiplayer mode was the day I walked into GameStop and purchased a physical copy. Oddly, I’d consumed a hell of a lot of Doom-related content up until that point, but none…

Doom Eternal is Best Played Slow and Steady

Doom Eternal is a video game about killing your outer demons. A follow up to 2016’s Game of the Year, Doom Eternal is, in every nearly every conceivable way, better than the first. Ripping and tearing hellspawn from other dimensions…

The Outer Worlds Delivers on the Promise, But its Messaging is Messy

When the first trailer dropped for The Outer Worlds at The Game Awards, I was enamored with the idea of a Fallout-type game set in space, and the fact that the original team behind Fallout was making a brand new…

IPP428: The Top 10 Headlines from E3 2019

This week recounts E3 with the biggest headlines, with big talks about Breath of the Wild 2, Scarlett, and Final Fantasy 7! Oh, and we get kind of into it when trying to settle some bets.

IPP424: Sony & Microsoft are friends! RAGE 2 is a video game!

This week Jurge joins the gang (minus Scott because of Finals) to talk Rage 2, more Black Desert, Sony and Microsoft’s cloud venture, and ads for classic PS1 titles.

IrrationalPod Ep. 301

We’re back, in a post-300 world, and more importantly: Scott tweeted.

Monthly Passions: November 2015

Happy new year November!

The Evil Within Preview

The Evil Within has been fairly divisive during its time at PAX East 2014. Some people adored the old-school Resident Evil vibe while others thought that move was a step in the wrong direction. Some thought it was terrifying, others…

IrrationalPod: PAX East Day 2

More podcasting goodness from the PAX floor.

Throwback Thursday: The Elder Scrolls: Online

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…

Bethesda’s Big Fault

Is Bethesda jumping into subscription-based games really a good idea?