Patrick Rost

Patrick Rost

PROFILE:

My name is Patrick, and I write about games that are new, and then I typically go back to playing games that are old. I'm a huge fan of the Super Nintendo and PlayStation 2 gaming eras, and tend to focus my love on classic RPGs (J- or otherwise), sports games, and racing titles. Shoot me an e-mail if you have any questions, or if you want to discuss leveling theories for defensive characters in Phantom Brave.

Posts by Patrick Rost:

To the East, to Morrowind: Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind review

by 5 days ago

Vvardenfell is a place like no other. Dense, steamy swamps welcome adventurers in the south, leading them inland towards lush grasslands, misty isles, barren and scorched valleys, and the great …

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Sturdy and steady, like the castle: Samurai Warriors: Spirit of Sanada review

by 3 weeks ago

After the dust settles and the blades are withdrawn into their sheathes, only the strongest of warriors remain standing. Those who litter the ground are swiftly forgotten, while those who …

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Agony and misery, in a billion words or less: Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception review

by 1 month ago

When I see a term like “visual novel” I expect the visuals to capture the ongoing storytelling, allowing me to just sit back, take it in, and feel the entirety …

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Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland now available on PlayStation 4

by 2 months ago

Natsume Inc. has announced that Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland is available digitally for the PlayStation 4. The new digital download of the classic title will feature trophies, enhanced graphics, …

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Heavy Metal pencil punishment: Drawn to Death review

by 2 months ago

Doodling obscene and bodacious ephemera into a notebook is easily the most satisfying memory of my high school days, and I could not possibly be less unique in that. So …

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Six games (woo ooo!): The Disney Afternoon Collection review

by 2 months ago

Most licensed games for the Nintendo Entertainment System were pretty lacking, but that was not the case for a series of releases based on the Disney television series Duck Tales, …

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Never let good enough be enough: Out of the Park Baseball 18 review

by 2 months ago

The birds are chirping, the flowers bloom, and the bat’s crack against a baseball rings in the rebirthing season of spring. A constant and welcome new edition of Out of …

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Very clean, but never simple: Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX review

by 3 months ago

Kingdom Hearts was a communal experience for me and my friends. We played the game at the same time, and discussed various plot points and secrets at extreme length. One …

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Death machine, infest my corpse to be: Toukiden 2 review

by 3 months ago

Is there any more profound state of being than “hit and miss?" To not be terrible, but not great either, a dualistic order within which you can find almost the …

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Meow-t of the frying pan, into the fire: Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight review

by 3 months ago

Have you ever played an old 8-bit style video game on a modern console in front of someone old enough to remember when that was the only option available? Perplexed, …

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Roll away the stone: Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey review

by 4 months ago

Gust, the developers of the Atelier series, seem to approach each game with the same philosophy that goes into their trademark alchemy process found in each game. Taking the ingredients …

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If I had a Digimon, I’d Digimon in the morning: Digimon World: Next Order review

by 4 months ago

Digimon has always felt like the weird cousin of the monster collecting games, not quite as stylish and dramatic as its more celebrated counterpart. However, Digimon has a charm to …

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