Dan Rodriguez

Life long gamer and digital hoarder. Been playing games since the Atari and Colecovision. Co-host of The Seasoned Gaming Bitcast and 3rd Wheel Arcade.
25 Posts
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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Greedfall Review : Treading Familiar Ground

Greedfall Review : Treading Familiar Ground

Let's get this out of the way right at the beginning. Colonialism is bad. Are we all in agreement? Good. Now be warned, Greedfall, the newest release from Spiders (studio), uses colonialism as its setting. If this in any way upsets you, this game is not for you. The backlash…
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Review : Control

Review : Control

Fans have been clamoring for a sequel to both Alan Wake and Quantum Break for a long time now. And with good reason. Alan Wake has become a cult classic and Quantum Break took a whole different approach to the story driven action genre, with live action cut scenes bridging…
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Review : Madden NFL 20

Review : Madden NFL 20

It would be really easy to point you in the direction of last year's Madden review and say "Pretty much the same thing" or "Well, it's Madden". Two problems. First, we didn't do a Madden review last year here at Seasoned Gaming and second, just enough has changed to give…
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Review : Blood and Truth (PS VR)

Review : Blood and Truth (PS VR)

I don't play a ton of VR due to a combination of time (the lack of) and an insurmountable backlog of games. What I have played though, I've enjoyed. When I saw the trailers for Blood and Truth from Sony Interactive's London Studio, I knew I had to give it…
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Review : Judgment

Review : Judgment

To compare Judgment, Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio's newest romp through the streets of Kamurocho, to the Yakuza series is totally unfair. It's also 100% totally fair. Gone are the days of Kazuma Kiryu, the lead of Yakuza series. In his place we take control of Takayuki Yagami, a former lawyer…
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Review : A Plague Tale Innocence

Review : A Plague Tale Innocence

There seems to be a lack of smaller, narrative driven games these days. In a medium where single player games lean towards sprawling, massive open world settings, it's refreshing to find something really good on a smaller scale. A Plague Tale: Innocence is just that. It's that home-cooked meal that…
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