MONG Podcast 169 | In the Wake

Join the podcast crew of Myles Farrington, Adam Leonard and Chris Cobb as they mull and converse over the most topical of news! They touch on the stories of Anthem’s story influences, the Super NES Classic and the horrible thing that is scalping (modern, not old timey), the demos that Harry played of some neat … Continue reading MONG Podcast 169 | In the Wake

The Biggest Stories of E3 2017

E3 is a maelstrom of gaming news, buzz and hype, and this year’s event did not disappoint. From the reveal of the Xbox One X, a massive array of promising games and the increasing prominence of VR, E3 2017 packed something for anyone to get excited about. But what were the event’s top stories, and … Continue reading The Biggest Stories of E3 2017

EA Play 2017 Recap

For the second year in a row, EA has kicked off the E3 festivities with a press conference that featured interesting reveals and awkward moments. While retaining its focus on mainstream hits, the showcase offered intriguing new angles on established franchises mixed with promising first looks at new IP. Ending with an extended look at … Continue reading EA Play 2017 Recap

Video Games Live: An Experience Worth Having

Video game music has been on an extraordinary journey since its inception. From its start with simple bleeps of a computerized synthesizer to a slew of beautifully orchestrated pieces, the music of games has become as integral as its storyline or graphics. To showcase this now fundamental piece of video games, a live orchestra, with … Continue reading Video Games Live: An Experience Worth Having

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd Review (Vita)

THE WORLD IS HERS Japan’s most popular digital pop star, Hatsune Miku, has been slowly and steadily taking over the world. In addition to performing several of her own concerts in the US, over the past few years she has opened for Lady Gaga, modeled for Marc Jacobs, and most recently, performed on The Late … Continue reading Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd Review (Vita)

Review: Persona 4 Arena Ultimax (PS3)

I’LL FACE MYSELF… AGAIN In 2012, the world was graced with an odd little game called Persona 4 Arena. The premise of the joint project was simple: Arc System Works (of Guilty Gear and BlazBlue fame) would make an all-new 2D fighting game using the characters, world, and story of Atlus’ Persona series. It was … Continue reading Review: Persona 4 Arena Ultimax (PS3)