If you’ve been holding off on playing the award winning title Shovel Knight because it’s not on any PlayStation consoles, your wait will be over relatively soon! Continue reading Shovel Knight’s PlayStation Debut Finally Dated
Robots and the MOBA genre are finally coming together as one with the announcement of Supernova. Sci-fi geeks and gamers are gonna be pretty happy with this one. Continue reading The MOBA Scene Grows with Supernova
On this week’s MONG Podcast, the team discussed some of this week’s biggest gaming news like why North America didn’t get the standard New 3DS, World of Tanks debut on Xbox One, The Last Guardian’s trademark, Phantom Dust’s update, Axiom Verge’s release date, a possible current-gen Rock Band iteration, the PS Vita flash sale, the release date for GTAV Heists and PC version, and Batman: Arkham Knight getting an M rating by the ESRB! Continue reading MONG Podcast – What Could Earn Arkham Knight an M Rating?
It’s never good when a project hits a snag as large as the original developer being ousted from the development process. Unfortunately, that’s exactly what’s happened when it comes to Darkside Games being shooed away from the recently announced Phantom Dust re-imagining. Continue reading Phantom Dust Re-Imagining Changing Hands
Update: The demise of The Last Guardian due to failure to renew the trademark has been completely undone. After a short petition to get the trademark back to active status, Sony and the United States Patent and Trademark Office came together to give life to this IP once more. I say once more because this is the second time this failure to renew has occured. Hopefully it won’t happen again. Continue reading Update: The Last Guardian – It (Still) Lives!
On this week’s MONG Podcast, the team discussed some of this week’s biggest gaming news like The Order: 1886’s completion time, Daybreak Game Company’s layoffs, Sony finally allowing users to upgrade from a SUB account to Master, Fatal Frame’s chance of coming to North America, January’s NPD Report, the future of Amiibo, PSN and XBL’s big sales, and the never ending saga that is The Last Guardian. Continue reading Should Sony Give Up On The Last Guardian?