Note: This game was reviewed using a 3DS XL and Pokémon Sun Pocket Monsters and where to find them Coinciding with the 20th anniversary of the Pokémon franchise, Pokémon Sun and Moon are a celebration of what has made the series one of the most beloved in all of gaming. In a year that has seen … Continue reading Pokémon Sun and Moon Review
Pokémon Sun and Moon are Nintendo’s flagship titles for the upcoming holiday season, and look to introduce many new features and improvements to the beloved franchise. To give fans a taste of what they can expect in the game, Nintendo and Pokémon Company have released a short demo that serves as a brief introduction to … Continue reading Pokémon Sun and Moon demo impressions
Yup, Pokémon Go is officially a thing. Love it or hate it, there’s no denying the existence of a sudden fervor regarding everyone’s favorite fictional critters. This seemingly innocuous little mobile game has spawned countless encounters, events, and even a few strange incidents. Here’s a list of just a few!
Last week was a small hiatus for Throwback Thursday, but this week brings it back with two games that people still pop in to this day: Pokémon Red and Blue. These games have had an influence in television, movies, and the physical trading card game. However, how do these games hold up today?
2016 was a roller coaster of a year. There was a wild U.S. Election, the Olympics and the Cubs finally won the World Series. Similarly, this was quite the year in gaming as well. Final Fantasy XV finally came out after a decade of anticipation, Pokémon GO took the world by storm, and Battlefield 1 … Continue reading MONG’s Game of the Year 2016
For those unaware, Netflix recently dropped a major nostalgia bomb on their streaming service called Stranger Things. Created by the identical Duffer Brothers, Stranger Things is a loving mashup of every 80’s movie you might’ve loved as a kid, from The Goonies and E.T., to Stephen King adaptations like It and Stand By Me. Infusing … Continue reading The Endless Possibilities of Stranger Things: The Video Game
DROWNING IN FEAR Fatal Frame is not a series that I’m overly familiar with. In fact, other than a brief mention from a friend about seven years ago about how “scary” the PlayStation 2 entries were, I hadn’t even heard of them. All that changed recently when I finally tried it out for myself.
The next iteration of the “Video Games I’m Thankful For” goes back to the Nintendo 64 games. This was the first successful spin-off console game of the series that offered a non-traditional way of experiencing the world. Let’s see the series and game:
I remember the day I received my very first gaming system, the original Game Boy. I was mesmerized by Super Mario Land, the stellar graphics (at the time), and simply the fact that I could control a character with the touch of my fingers. Fast forward a few years and a new level of astonishment … Continue reading You Know You’re Old When N64 is a Legal Adult