Destiny: The Collection announced

Activision and Bungie have announced Destiny: The Collection, for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The collection includes Destiny and its expansions The Dark Below, House of Wolves, The Taken King, and the upcoming Rise of Iron all on one disc for $59.99. It’s set to release on September 20th.

MONG Podcast 123 | Easy As ABC

This week was full of interesting news! Then again, it’s never not interesting when it comes to the MONG Podcast crew! Double negatives! The crew covered the possible Rise of Iron Destiny DLC leak, Pokemon Apex, a custom Pokemon game for the adult fan… get your mind out of the gutter. Last but not least, … Continue reading MONG Podcast 123 | Easy As ABC

Seasons After Fall Review

FLOWERS ALMOST IN BLOOM Seasons After Fall is a beautiful 2D puzzle-platformer where players’ heartstrings will be pulled throughout the game. The artstyle and score foster a gorgeous ballad, but the basic platforming and unrewarding exploration holds the game back from being an exceptional experience.

An Interview with Invader Studios, Developer of Daymare: 1998

While recent horror games mostly fit into the first-person, hide-n’-seek mold, some gamers yearn for the good ol’ days of third-person survival horror. Invader Studios aims to cater to that crowd with its upcoming title, Daymare: 1998. I sought more info about this promising game, and Michele Giannone of Invader Studios was kind enough to … Continue reading An Interview with Invader Studios, Developer of Daymare: 1998

It is time for the silent majority to be heard

As I consider the events that have characterized the past few weeks in gaming culture, the idea that continually worms its way into my mind is that of polarity. Because as incredible as the stream of quality releases has been, the grotesque underbelly of the community has repeatedly come to light. This contradiction has potentially … Continue reading It is time for the silent majority to be heard

Nintendo Blew a Key Component of Online Subscriptions- A Switch in Policy is Needed

The saying “iron sharpens iron” is a belief in the fact competition among peers will make both parties stronger. That having a rival or opposing force to push you, will only lead to achieving new heights and avoiding remaining stagnant or complacent. Clearly this is not a mantra Nintendo fully believes in when it comes … Continue reading Nintendo Blew a Key Component of Online Subscriptions- A Switch in Policy is Needed

PlayStation Experience 2016 Recap

Today was the third annual PlayStation Experience. This two Day event shows what the PlayStation brand has in store for the next year. The first show was in 2014 with a complete reveal of the then-new PlayStation 4. This year, it was all about the games. It moved at a breakneck pace with very little … Continue reading PlayStation Experience 2016 Recap