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:

Google unveils Daydream platform for VR

by 4 months ago

Google has announced Daydream, a new developer platform and set of engineering standards that will grace¬†Android phones this fall. ¬†According to USA Today, the platform was unveiled before¬†7,000 developers gathered …

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Explore Far Harbor in a new Fallout 4 DLC preview video

by 4 months ago

Bethesda has released a new video ahead of Fallout 4's third DLC pack, "Far Harbor", which is available for download May 19th. ¬†The new video explores the look and feel …

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Civilization VI announcement trailer released

by 5 months ago

The announcement trailer for Sid Meier's Civilization VI has been released, detailing the depth of human achievement across all history in quick, artful fashion. ¬†The¬†next entry in the award-winning Civilization …

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Serendipity, zombies, and shrimp: MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune VS Zombies review

by 5 months ago

When I went to college, not once did I have to gather a group of friends and face evil forces. ¬†This is extra disappointing considering it took me four and …

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Wasteland Mother’s Day Special: Fallout 4 Survival Mode live streaming [Stream has ended]

by 5 months ago

Long before there was even the concept of war, there were already mothers. Cave mothers who wiped the saber-tooth crumbs from her baby's face paved the way for fertile crescent …

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The long and winding road: Sebastien Loeb Rally EVO review

by 5 months ago

Rally car racing is a strange motorsport event, representing the middle ground between multi-car racing events and a simple time trial. ¬†Sebastien Loeb is one of the very best to …

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Runnin’ down a stream: Koi review

by 5 months ago

A little soul searching journey can clarify the murky darkness in your world, friend. ¬†Clarification of the ills of your world comes in a gentle wave, and those very waves …

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I fought the Maw and the Maw won: Elder Scrolls Online: Thieves Guild review

by 5 months ago

Of all the cool things that have been possible in the Elder Scrolls world, stealthy entry and blatant theft has always been one of the most useful and entertaining. ¬†Taking …

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Gaming Trend interviews David Baszucki, CEO of ROBLOX ahead of virtual reality launch

by 6 months ago

ROBLOX has announced an April 15th launch of virtual reality on Oculus Rift with cross-platform capability, furthering its vision of Powering Imagination‚ĄĘ. On launch, the user-generated content platform will become …

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1.000: Out of the Park Baseball 17 review

by 6 months ago

Simple is sweet. ¬†There is something to be said for the minimal, the sleek, the clean, and the brief. ¬†Incredible simplicity is also accompanied by incredible rudimentary gameplay and the …

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Too undressed to address: Senran Kagura Estival Versus review

by 6 months ago

As far as it relates to consuming games, I‚Äôve never been one to be a prude. ¬†While others may find the sexualization of characters in video games to be beyond …

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Got the analytical jones — Draft Day Sports: Pro Basketball 16 review

by 6 months ago

If you‚Äôre wondering how it would feel to become one of the lucky few who play sports simulation games, you can try a simple test before diving in headfirst. ¬†Take …

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