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Jay Petrequin

Jay Petrequin started writing at HeyPoorPlayer in the summer of 2012, but first got his start writing for It's Super Effective, a Pokemon podcast that happened to be a reflection of two of his biggest interests: pocket monsters, and making people listen to him say things. Jay is still making people listen to him say things to this day, as a senior contributor, regular co-host on the Hey Poor Podcast, and occasional Fun Video Dude. Favorite games: Okami, Shadow of the Colossus, Xenoblade Chronicles, The World Ends With You, Bastion, Pokemon Emerald

Shadow of the Colossus (PS4) Review

The Slow Regard of Massive Things   Desensitization in games can mean a lot of things. The most common connection is arguably to violence. Don’t let the kiddies see too much blood and death in these Calls of Dutys, the concerned parents and occasional congresspeople say. It’ll give them…

On The Last Jedi, the Resistance, and Found Families

Film title aside, nobody has to be the last of anything   It seems like one cannot go two clicks or scrolls across any of the horrible discourse tapestries of the internet right now without seeing an argument about Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Some love Rian Johnson’s entry…

Steven Universe: Save the Light Review (PS4)

Fool’s gold Steven Universe is the pinnacle of what a charming cartoon is. Clever and sweet writing, beautiful animation, occasional musical numbers. I will easily admit that I was handed the review of Steven Universe: Save the Light largely due to being a big fan of the source material. And for what…

Pokemon Crystal Coming to 3DS Virtual Console

A fan favorite generation gets more love as a 3DS swan song Following the re-release of Pokemon Gold and Silver on the 3DS Virtual Console back in September, it’s been announced that the third version of the series’ second generation is also making its way to the handheld. A trailer announced…
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Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Review (Switch)

On stranger tides Xenoblade Chronicles is one of my favorite messes of a game to try to explain to people. You see, developer Monolithsoft decided to make a beautiful and ambitious 80-hour JRPG with innovative systems and mechanics. They then put it on the Wii with what would turn out…
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Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Review (3DS)

Everything up to 11 The ceremonial third versions of Pokemon games have faded out of consistency for a while. Pokemon Yellow started it in the states, presenting a slightly upgraded Kanto adventure with some new features and opportunities. This became a tradition carried through to the series’ fourth generation. Pokemon…

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