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:

Feeling confined: Phantom Brave PC review

by 8 months 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 8 months 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 9 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 9 months ago

I have a feeling that I’m 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 9 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 9 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 9 months ago

I’m 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 10 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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My creation, is it real?: Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book review

by 10 months ago

The Atelier series is an underdog in the JRPG world that had one particular standout performance on the PlayStation 2, and has since been a source of reliably fun, but never …

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A live, early look at Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book [Stream ended]

by 10 months ago

Cauldrons bubbling, fights, adventure, and more are in store for all of us with Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book to be released on June 7th for the PlayStation 4 …

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Motorsport Manager announced for PC release in September 2016

by 10 months ago

SEGA® Europe Ltd. and Playsport Games™ have today announced that Motorsport Manager is coming to PC in September 2016. Following on from the success of the mobile game of the same …

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Epic Tavern announced for 2017, gameplay video released

by 10 months ago

Epic Tavern, an RPG tavern management sim from Hyperkinetic Studios, has been announced for Q1 2017 on Windows PC. RPG storytelling and business management collide in Epic Tavern, where players manage a pub …

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