Many would say that Sony’s Press Conference last year could never be topped with The Last Guardian, Shenmue 3, and Final Fantasy VII Remake. But Sony came out full speed and never slowed down this year. They showed so many spectacular games, most of which, we’ll see within the next 18 months. Continue reading Sony’s E3 Press Conference Recap
The scores of televisions, boisterous roar of the crowd, and the simple joy playing video games with random people. These are just a few of the superb factors that made the experience at Shuffle VIII something to remember. Continue reading My Experience at Shuffle VIII
Today was the first day of my spring break so I planned on writing for the majority of the day; however I spent the majority of my time playing a game called Catlateral Damage. It started out as an hour with a comedic but very engaging game, but this turned into a good three hours or so. I realized while I was on PSNProfiles that I was well on my way to already earning the platinum. This got me thinking, what drives people to beat and complete games? Continue reading Why do we Beat Games?
Something that stands out here at Middle of Nowhere Gaming is our diverse staff. The diversity behind everyone’s tastes is what makes our content refreshing. Everyone has that one game. That ONE game that stands among the rest as their favorite. It’s interesting to see how every game on our favorite list is so different from one another. Here’s the list of some of our favorite games of all time. Continue reading MONG Staff Favorite Games List
On the second episode of the Flashback Arcade, Middle of Nowhere Gaming Associate Editor Esteban Cuevas (@colorwind), Associate Writer Charlie Savidge (@cnsavidge), and Executive Editor Shawn Richards (@littlebighamm) delve into the RPG classic Final Fantasy VII. We discuss the story, characters, and gameplay as well as the themes the game touches on. There are mild spoilers about the game in the podcast but two major spoilers will have warnings and are noted below as well. Then, Charlie makes his case for why all of the first generation of Pokémon games should be inducted in the Flashback Essentials. Continue reading Flashback Arcade – Episode 2 | Final Fantasy VII
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. Continue reading What PlayStation 2 Games We Want on PlayStation 4
In the video game industry it’s not uncommon for a game or it’s release window to be leaked ahead of what the developers and publishers would want. PlayStation exclusive titles are no exception to this. Continue reading Is Drawn To Death Coming Out Soon?
…will be dropping in like an atom bomb very soon. For those of you who are wondering how we, at Middle of Nowhere Gaming, plan to be reviewing Fallout 4, this is where we tell you.
Continue reading MONG’s Incredible Fallout 4 Review
Rolling the Dice on the Gridiron
Cyanide Studios’s Blood Bowl 2 is the result of combining two contrasting concepts – American football and the savagely brutal world of Warhammer Fantasy tabletop games. That concept isn’t the only thing that makes this game stand out. Tabletop turn-based strategy football is an even more peculiar melding of ideas. Idealistically this game can be described as genuinely genius, but this doesn’t mean that this game is free of flaws. Continue reading Blood Bowl 2 Review
Shovel Knight has been delayed until November 3rd in North America, and October 30th in Europe on PlayStation 4, 3DS, PC and Wii U, and Shovel Knight has been cancelled on Xbox One because of publishing policies on the platform. The physical version of Shovel Knight for PlayStation Vita has also been delayed to some time in 2016. Continue reading SHOVEL KNIGHT DELAYED FOR A SPELL, XBOX ONE VERSION CANCELLED