Jay Petrequin

If danger had a face…oh, if danger had a face. Jay Petrequin started writing at HeyPoorPlayer in the summer of 2012, but has always been a writer, be it in the form of articles and reviews here at HPP or in that of fiction and articles written over at Jay has been a gamer from a young age, first finding his legs on a GBA and a copy of Pokemon Sapphire. He enjoys a game with a strong narrative and art design, but also appreciates the retro stuff from before his time. Jay also has a passion for comics, movies and anime. Favorite games: Okami, Bioshock, Shadow of the Colossus, Xenoblade Chronicles, The World Ends With You, Pokemon Emerald, Bastion
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Ghost 1.0 Review

I was walking with a ghost. I said please, please don’t insist. Roguelikes are a funny thing. They’re funny because justifying enjoying them can be an act of…
Nintendo Switch

Vooks Editor Gets Bored, Creates Fake Nintendo Switch Box…

The Nintendo Switch becomes a self-generated rumor mill. It all started with too much time on a person’s hands, and just the right pair of hands to gently…

Tracer’s Sexuality Might Be Pandering, and That’s Okay

Sometimes you gotta live and let live…or smooch and let smooch. A few days ago, video game supergiant Blizzard Entertainment performed one of the most dangerous and risky…
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Pokemon Sun and Moon Review

The biggest departure in series history results in one of the greatest Pokemon games ever made. I haven’t done much in the way of proper game reviewing in a…

Hue Review

Color me satisfied. It feels like the last few years of video games has seen something of a war waged on all things chromatic. There was a prime…

Hue’s Color-Changing Mechanic Paints a Rainbow

Can you run and jump with all the colors of the wind? Hue opens with a little man, a side-scrolling grayscale world, and a letter. I guide him forward…

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