Dan Rodriguez

Life long gamer and digital hoarder. Been playing games since the Atari and Colecovision. Co-host of The Seasoned Gaming Bitcast and Senior Contributor at Seasoned Gaming.
33 Posts
Review : Pathless : Soaring on Eagle Wings

Review : Pathless : Soaring on Eagle Wings

You can find Seasoned Gaming’s review policy here Full disclosure, I'm not the biggest fan of indie games. I'll take a AAA game from one of the big studios over what are usually obnoxious, self indulgent games that smack you in the face with pretentiousness any day of the week.…
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Review : Mafia : An Offer You Can’t Refuse

Review : Mafia : An Offer You Can’t Refuse

You can find Seasoned Gaming’s review policy here "Fuggedaboutit!". Now that we have that out of the way we can talk about the newest/oldest entry into the Mafia series, Mafia: Definitive Edition. Developed by Hangar 13, the same developers responsible for Mafia 3, the updated version serves as an example…
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Review : Wasteland 3 : An Enjoyable Apocalypse

Review : Wasteland 3 : An Enjoyable Apocalypse

You can find Seasoned Gaming's review policy here Picture this. You're in post-apocalyptic Colorado as a member of the elite Ranger team, November. There's danger and intrigue around every corner. All that stands between you and certain doom is your five elite squad mates, a backpack full of different weapons,…
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Review : Vader Immortal : One with the Force

Review : Vader Immortal : One with the Force

If you’d like to understand our criteria for scoring and discussing games, please read our review policy. When Vader Immortal was announced, as a Star Wars fan, I felt a disturbance in the force, and other places. Finally I would be able to jump in the robes of a Jedi…
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Review : Ghost of Tsushima : A Beautiful Journey

Review : Ghost of Tsushima : A Beautiful Journey

Cliché: a phrase or opinion that is overused and betrays a lack of original thought. Kind of a harsh way to start my Ghost of Tsushima review, I know. The unfortunate reality is that the new Sucker Punch Productions game doesn't break much new ground. That's not to say that…
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Review : Journey to the Savage Planet

Review : Journey to the Savage Planet

Hey 2020, where are all of the games? This year has started off with kind of a whimper on the release front. As I was making my way through my ridiculous backlog, I saw an advertisement for a new game. Journey to the Savage Planet was a game I remembered…
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Ghost Recon Breakpoint Review : Missing the Mark

Ghost Recon Breakpoint Review : Missing the Mark

Picture this. One of your favorite sports teams had an amazing off-season. The team, on paper, looks incredible. Then the preseason starts but things look a little off. Players that are supposed to lead your team to victory seem to be struggling. "It's just the preseason, they're taking it easy".…
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