Category Archives: Lou Contaldi

Is Bloodborne Better Than the Souls Series?

This week on Quick Time Event, Lou, Jake, Pat, and Jordan talk first impressions for Bloodborne. What has our scariest encounter been? What about our biggest triumph? And most importantly, who should pick this game up.
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The Hidden Benefit to PlayStation 4 Update “Yukimura” — News From Nowhere (March 25, 2015))

PlayStation 4 and Broken Age have some surprise release dates! Meanwhile, Hearthstone players blast a world record! Continue reading The Hidden Benefit to PlayStation 4 Update “Yukimura” — News From Nowhere (March 25, 2015))

Beards in the Witcher 3 and a Salt Lake City Shoutout — News From Nowhere (March 24, 2015)

Today is a light news day, but we talk about the Bloodborne Trademark error, Google Fiber, and Geralt’s latest beard growth!

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Is Nintendo Finally Going to Release Pokemon on Wii U?

On this week’s MONG Podcast, the team discussed some of this week’s biggest gaming news like the God of War Remaster, Star Wars Battlefront, more mysterious Nintendo news, Kojima’s wacky relationship with Konami, MewTwo finally coming to Wii U, Batman: Arkham Knight‘s delay and much more! Continue reading Is Nintendo Finally Going to Release Pokemon on Wii U?

Hard Times for Hardline — News From Nowhere (March 18, 2015)

Battlefield: Hardline was hit with the newest round of DDoS attacks and the Skyrim community mourn a past player.

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More Than The Score – One for the Road

Brian and Matt return after a week off to hold court with Lou, MONG’s own Nintendo Ninja, to talk about Ori and the Blind Forest before diving off the deep end with Jake in a conversation about Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number… and, as is tradition, some music talk. It’s like two podcasts in one! No spoilers. Just reviews (and music).

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