Today, Bethesda revealed why The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was chosen to get the ol’ remaster treatment instead of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion — calling the work needed to remaster Oblivion “mountainous.”
Mojang has confirmed that 4JStudios is bringing the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim-themed Minecraft DLC to PlayStation consoles.
Season passes are the black sheep of the gaming community. They deviously pry into our collective wallets in search of our precious cash, often in exchange for content we don’t fully understand. This earns them a spot atop our hit lists, and whenever a new pass is announced we grab our torches and pitchforks and … Continue reading Like them or not, Season Passes are here to stay
Last night, Nintendo held a press conference about its new system, Nintendo Switch. It had what everyone wanted to know; price point, date and games coming to the Switch. All of it was answered including a few new surprises.
At Middle of Nowhere Gaming, we like to save money. Who wants to pay full price for every game that comes out? Let’s face it: not only is that no fun, but it’s also not an option for most of us. With that in mind, and with Black Friday right around the corner, we decided … Continue reading 11/16 Update – MONG Moneysaver – Black Friday Video Game Deals
Ubisoft recently announced various games that will be drastically discounted, up to 75% for several games.
Today, Major Nelson released on his blog details of a week long sale that the Xbox 360 is going to have. The price cuts will be between 33% to 75% on selected titles.
Weekends are meant to be used strictly for gaming; at least that’s what we think anyways. So here is where you can find out all of our crazy plans for the upcoming weekend! Are you playing any of the games we are?
After last year’s amazing E3 conference, Bethesda was hoping to do it again, and for the most part, they succeeded. They showed off all the new games that had previously been announced and even a few surprises and one game that didn’t even get leaked. Bethesda was certainly better than EA’s weak conference.
Well, boys and girls, that blessed time is upon us: holiday season, when the year’s biggest and most-anticipated video games finally hit us one-after-another until our wallets cry out for mercy. Many of us will excitedly buy these for ourselves, for a friend or possibly receive them as gifts in turn. No matter the method, … Continue reading MISSING THE HYPE TRAIN – COPING WITH A SUDDEN LOSS OF NEW RELEASE HYPE