In light of the recent news indicating that the PS4 is able to natively emulate PS2 games with trophy support, we here at Middle of Nowhere Gaming thought we should share what games our staff members wanted most.
A PULP ADVENTURE AT ITS FINEST For the past few years there have been a few remasters from last gen games coming to current gen hardware. Some of these remasters can be great when the remaster is better than the original release, or they can be lazy ports that don’t add anything significant to make … Continue reading Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection Review
MAKING BOMBS OUT OF BEEHIVES In 2013, developer Gust released the fourteenth title in the long-running Atelier series: Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk. Like the previous Atelier games, it was an RPG with an elaborate crafting system and a near-unpronounceable name. Now, two years later, the game has made the jump from the PlayStation … Continue reading Atelier Ayesha Plus: The Alchemist of Dusk Review
QUESTION THE CREED Stay your blade from the flesh of the innocent, hide in plain plain sight, never compromise the brotherhood, nothing is true everything is permitted. These are the tenets every assassin must follow, but after a misunderstanding Shay Patrick Cormac believes he was tricked into killing thousands of innocents and inevitably betrays his … Continue reading Assassin’s Creed Rogue Review
After getting some hands-on time with the early access build of Human Head Studio’s Minimum, I can solidly say that I plan to pick this title up once the full version launches. The game is fun, fast, and has its own little bits of uniqueness that really pulled me in.
What is the best console generation to date and why?