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
Nintendo unveils the future of Pokémon in 2016 Continue reading Pokémon Sun and Moon announced for 3DS
Have you ever turned off a game, only to have that last tune follow you around the rest of the day? Christian Glass loves that feeling, and wants to share it with you. Each week he’s highlighting a game soundtrack that sticks out to him. This week is: Bastion. Continue reading Christian Glass’ Game Soundtrack of the Week
It is no secret that popular entertainment is littered with an endless supply of remakes, reboots, reimaginings, and sequels. Whether it be in movies, television, or videogames, companies often rely on the familiar when trying to attract an audience. Investing millions of dollars into a product is a big risk, and despite outcry from some consumers about lack of originality, what often succeeds is something old and established. Continue reading How Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony Succeeded With New IP in 2015
Nintendo has been criticized for ostracizing gamers with odd business decisions lately. What could be a simple step in the right direction? Unleash the GameCube adapter.
PERFECT PLAY! INCREDIBLE!
It’s been quite the year for rhythm games! The once-dormant genre is making a comeback in a big way, with new entries in the Guitar Hero, Rock Band, Project Diva, and even Persona series. Drawing on their past experience with the DJMAX series, the developers at Nurijoy are capping off the 2015 resurgence of rhythm games with Superbeat Xonic. But did they end the year on a high note? Continue reading Superbeat Xonic Review
…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
Traditionally the fall of each year is the time when some of the biggest video games are released. Already big titles like Super Mario Maker, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, and Halo 5: Guardians have been released. Titles like Fallout 4, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Call of Duty: Black Ops III will be joining them in a matter of weeks. It makes sense for companies to release them during the time period to capitalize on holiday spending and the increase of indoor activities from the colder weather in many parts of the country.
Yet, due to delayed games and a need to stand out amongst the crowded holiday lineup, the early months of 2016 are already loaded up with quality titles featuring a variety of genres. February in particular is loaded with a slew of big releases and is why I think the month will be a great Valentine’s gift for gamers. So here are some of the titles that will have gamers feeling especially loved. Continue reading How February 2016 is Shaping Up to be a Valentine’s Day Gift for Gamers
NOT QUITE FEELING THE VIBE
Well, this game happened. The latest chapter in the long-running Persona 4 sub-sub-series is here, and it’s a rhythm game. It just so happens that Persona 4 and rhythm games are two of my favorite things ever, so this should be right up my alley, right? I thought so too. But after spending a lot of time on the portable dance floor, I’ve been left feeling more conflicted than I have been about any other game I’ve played in recent memory. It’s hard to express my true feelings about Persona 4: Dancing All Night, so a fellow writer here at MONG suggested I do it the way this game would want me to…
…through dance! Continue reading Persona 4: Dancing All Night Review