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:

Community and the VR future of Roblox: Gaming Trend interviews Roblox CEO David Baszucki

by 10 hours ago

Roblox CEO, David Baszucki, has agreed to speak once again with us here at Gaming Trend, in a follow up to our discussion ahead of the April 15th virtual reality …

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A first look at the MMO soccer simulator 90 Minute Fever

by 3 weeks ago

As fun and dynamic playing sport simulation titles is, there‚Äôs always been a looming sense of loneliness in the games, even with the best of the¬†genre. ¬†90 Minute Fever seeks …

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Hunger, lust, divinity and disappointment: Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force review

by 3 weeks ago

Imagine yourself trapped in the cackling corridors of a frazzled mind, filled with hunger, lust, anger, and confusion. ¬†Imagine that mind is in both a prepubescent boy and girl. ¬†Imagine …

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Mouse moves like Jagger: Enhance GX-MP5 and GX-MP6 review

by 4 weeks ago

I always thought that a mousepad was a pretty simple thing, nothing to be concerned with in the whole scope of the computer unit. ¬†Boy was I wrong. ¬†Even though …

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Feeling confined: Phantom Brave PC review

by 1 month ago

No matter how sweet the taste, if you are given the same fruit over and over again, you will soon wish for something new. ¬†The same is true with Phantom …

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Grand acheivement: Grand Kingdom review

by 1 month ago

Unique is trope that gets tossed about like a warship glazing forcefully upon the battle-ripped oceans of territory mired in blood and death. ¬†Grand Kingdom is a game that can …

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30 days in the hole: Prison Architect: PlayStation 4 Edition review

by 2 months ago

In 2011, the recidivism rate for outgoing prisoners was a gut-wrenching 43.3%, signalling the ever present failings of a criminal justice system that cannot rehabilitate. ¬†The system suffers for putting …

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Obsidian and blood: Elder Scrolls Online: Dark Brotherhood review

by 2 months ago

I have a feeling that I‚Äôm not the only fool who gave good money for Elder Scrolls Online on the PlayStation 4 simply because of brand loyalty. ¬†If you are …

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Monitor murderers and thieves in our live, early look at Prison Architect: PS4 Edition [Stream has ended]

by 2 months ago

Building prisons is surprisingly fun and addictive is something that I learned when playing Prison Architect the first time around. ¬†Now that the game is soon to arrive on the …

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Great sound, with limits: Enhance GX-H3 headset review

by 2 months ago

Gamers on a budget, such as myself, often do not have the means to have the nicer periphery needed for premium PC gaming. ¬†Other gamers have people in the home …

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Ain’t gonna let the revelator bring us down: Guilty Gear Xrd -Revalator- review

by 2 months ago

I‚Äôm not saying you should become a junkie. ¬†In fact, I am definitively and absolutely saying that you should never, ever become a junkie. ¬†That said, a thick, beefy line …

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Fallout 4 Deluxe Vinyl Soundtrack available for pre-order

by 2 months ago

Bethesda has announced an upcoming vinyl release for Fallout 4's soundtrack, set for a July 1st release with a limited printing of 3,000. ¬†Exclusive to the Bethesda Store, the Fallout …

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