Patrick Rost

PROFILE:

My name is Patrick Rost, and I am a young graduate from The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, the #1 liberal arts university in the state of Oklahoma. I've been playing sports games since the days of Joe Montana Sports Talk Football on the Sega Genesis, and my loyalty to the genre as stretched over as many years. Aside from sports titles, I also find myself magnetically drawn to cheesy RPGs that fulfill my need to grind for levels for hours on end. Please contact me if you'd like to ask a question, or of course, discuss the game Phantom Brave for 30 straight hours.

Posts by Patrick Rost:

2Jump, or not 2Jump — Frog2Jump review

by 1 week ago

Frogs make for good video game fodder, as strange as that still may seem.  Whether in battle, or crossing traffic, or assisting a hero through time, frogs always seem to …

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Be still, my hearts — Tales of Hearts R review

by 2 weeks ago

Must a game be unique to be great?  Can a game have all of the elements of greatness: fun and dynamic gameplay, solid storytelling and characters, and challenging obstacles that …

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0-16 — Front Page Sports Football review

by 1 month ago

One of the appealing aspects of sports simulation games is the depth of control, stat-geeking, and overall full immersion into the strategic side of sports.  The trade-off is usually a …

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Metamorphosize your expectations — Fairy Fencer F review

by 2 months ago

Right at the end of the PlayStation 2 era, NIS America released a series of RPG titles with silly anime storylines that were mostly fun and sometimes great games.  They …

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Autosport asphyxiation — GRID: Autosport review

by 5 months ago

Most racing games are way too easy. Kick the vehicle into high gear, smash through braking opponents, take shortcuts when available, never play by the rules of the road and …

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Fighter’s Union — Ultra Street Fighter IV review

by 5 months ago

When you were young, you only had two real outlets for releasing the innate violent urges which dwell deep in each and every young soul.  You could accost the other …

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An introductory glance at WildStar — Review in Progress

by 6 months ago

Rebellious outcasts, exiled from their home planets, set to the stars on ancient warships in search of a new home and base of operations.  Hot on their trail is a …

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Singin’ in the rain (of blood) — Drakengard 3 review

by 6 months ago

Unless you’re an only child, to which I say “hurrah”, you most likely understand the concept of sibling rivalry.  Sisters and brothers vying for attention, respect, space, and comfort in …

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Keiichi Okabe on the music of Square Enix’s Drakengard 3

by 7 months ago

A new Drakengard 3 video has been released by Square Enix, exploring the role of music in the game as told by the game's composer, Keiichi Okabe.  In the video, …

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Iceberg Interactive signs new title Starship Corporation

by 7 months ago

Game publisher Iceberg Interactive today announced the signing of the recently Steam green-lit title Starship Corporation.  In development at German developer Coronado Games, Starship Corporation is now ramping up for …

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Mario Kart 8 details revealed in new Nintendo Direct video

by 7 months ago

A video has been released on Nintendo's website, revealing many juicy details about the upcoming Mario Kart 8 on the Wii U system.  The video shows off some of the …

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New demo, DLC released for Ragnarok Odyssey ACE

by 7 months ago

XSEED Games announced today a new demo for their game Ragnarok Odyssey ACE, along with a free DLC package.  In addition, the announcement lays out two more instances of free …

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