8 Reasons to be Pumped for World of Final Fantasy

Like many of you, Middle of Nowhere Gaming is anticipating the debut of World of Final Fantasy (WoFF) with breath so heavy, it might be mistaken as a Chocobo in heat. Here are a few reasons why we’re ready to hop on board the train:

Sony Pre-Tokyo Game Show Conference Recap

In the Early hours of North America, Sony in Japan had a pre-Tokyo Game Show Conference that showed off a number of trailers and new announcements. Because this is for the Japanese crowd, it’s very possible some of the announced titles will never reach here, but there are few announcements that is a possibility.

Gamescom Trailer Rewind Day 3 & 4

Here’s all of the most salient trailers to come out of Gamescom’s second day in one convenient place. Why? Because we love you.

We Happy Few: E3 2016’s Sleeper Hit

E3 was once again an overdose of intoxicating games: Horizon: Zero Dawn, Final Fantasy XV, Gears of War 4, Dishonored 2, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, Prey, The Last Guardian, and many more provided a gush of excitement and a pre-ordering frenzy. Among these games was Compulsion Games’ roguelike first-person survival thriller We Happy … Continue reading We Happy Few: E3 2016’s Sleeper Hit

Bethesda’s E3 Conference Recap

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.

MONG Podcast 124 | Reshaping the Future

This week’s MONG podcast was a little different. We were joined by Chris “The Corn Man” Cobb due to Jordan’s mysterious absence. Don’t you worry though, the podcast was still full of fun and information as it always is. We covered the end of Geralt’s tale in The Witcher series, the unknown Xbox One VR … Continue reading MONG Podcast 124 | Reshaping the Future

Who Needs a Remaster?

It’s been a little over a year since the newest console generation released to an eager audience. Then, it was clear to many who made the leap that the next-generation of gaming was starved for new and exciting titles. Indies, last generation cross-buys, and early exclusive titles tended to the 2014 Game Famine’s most temporary … Continue reading Who Needs a Remaster?