Steven Asarch

Steven Asarch is a writer and editor who lives on Twitch and YouTube. After graduating from Baruch College, he wrote for IBT Media, Newsweek and Insider. In 2021, he executive produced the docu-series "Onision in Real Life" on Discovery +.


22 Years Ago, Nintendo Changed Portable Game Consoles Forever

A purple game-changer.


19 Years Ago, 'Monster Hunter' Changed Video Games Forever

Gotta crush ‘em all.


Everything You Need to Know About the 'Pokémon Go' Festival of Colors

The event is full of unique rewards that won’t be available for the rest of the year.


One Elusive Chameleon Is the Herald of a New 'Pokémon Go' Generation

Karma Chameleon


'Kirby's Return to Dreamland Deluxe' Doesn't Need to Reinvent a Nintendo Classic

Inverse Score: 8/10

Game Guides

Everything You Need to Know About Choosing a Hogwarts Legacy House

Find your tribe.

Harry Potter

Here’s exactly how long it takes to beat Hogwarts Legacy

Avada Kedavra!


Nintendo theory reveals a wild Kirby secret hidden in plain sight for decades

Eat up!


Pokémon Scarlet and Violet breeding mechanics, explained

The birds and the bees, only cuter.


High on Life is 2022's most intriguing shooter

Jokes and doom!


Try these 4 tricks to find Shiny Pokémon in Scarlet and Violet

Shiny bound.


How to get more cards and raise your collection level in Marvel Snap

The power is in your hands.


Climb to Infinite with these essential Marvel Snap Pool 2 decks

Game on!


5 Best Sparks for Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

Spark up!


Three essential beginner decks for Marvel Snap newcomers

Oh Snap!


Pokémon Scarlet and Violet delivers the series' most impressive open world yet

Pika promise!

Inverse Game Review

You need to play 2022’s most charming strategy RPG on Nintendo Switch ASAP

Inverse score: 8/10

The Inverse Interview

Aqua Teen Forever: Plantasm takes on Amazon and tech oligarchs: “It’s a lot more epic”

Adult Swim's weirdest fast-food mascots return for another adventure.


20 years later, the director of the lost Kingdom Hearts TV show is "out of fucks to give"

The 20-year-old pilot for the animated series has finally appeared on YouTube.

Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope devs scrapped a time-manipulation mechanic

Talk about a game-changer.