Microsoft seems proud of their Games with Gold initiative this month, as they announced the three games for March, plus a little something extra for April. Continue reading Xbox Games with Gold Announced for March 2015
On this episode of Quick Time Event, the team discussed the top that has light the internet ablaze the past few days – whether or not a game’s length should determine its worth. The game specifically in question is The Order: 1886. So, what do you think? Is a game’s length the only factor to consider when purchasing a game? Continue reading Should a Game’s Length Determine Its Price?
During the cold harsh month of January, people wanted to cuddle up with some zombies according the NPD. Continue reading Dying Light Leads in January
The Greek gods were not made to be perfect but to have flaws so that they could be entertaining. Thus, many myths were made with these gods, and they were written down using words and paintings. Most of what remains are on the sides of pottery, as Greek pots are physically strong and resilient. Apotheon is a game that looks like it came off of those Greek pots, telling a story about the gods and their flaws. So, does Apotheon hold up like a work of art, or does it crumble like Greek ruins?
On this week’s MONG Podcast, the team discussed some of this week’s biggest gaming news like Bethesda’s E3 press conference and what games they might show, Shadow Realms cancellation, Persona 5, Dragon’s Dogma Online, Final Fantasy XV’s demo, and gold/silver Amiibo! Continue reading MONG Podcast – Will Fallout 4 be at E3?
The PlayStation Vita could get the L2 and R2 buttons thanks to a certain Japanese manufacturer. Continue reading Japanese Manufacturer Gives Triggers to the PS Vita
Nintendo has many games that are perfect for Let’s Players, like Super Smash Bros. and Mario Kart 8. However, their new partnership program on YouTube has rubbed some people the wrong way, like YouTube celebrity PewDiePie. Continue reading PewDiePie Doesn’t Agree with Nintendo’s YouTube Program