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 presenters talking about the success of the system. They let the games speak for themselves. Continue reading PlayStation Experience 2016 Recap
With just a week away, Naughty Dog has finally revealed details on what to expect on the multiplayer portion of their newest game, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. Continue reading Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Multiplayer Details revealed
That’s right! The podcast is going rogue! Lashing out at the man! They’re taking over! Not really, but the topic of the week does involve the crew discussing what sidekick character they want to see buck against the curve and be their own man or woman. Who’s going evil? Tune in and find out. Continue reading MONG Podcast 121 | Going Rogue
This week has been a bit bombastic in terms of news and the MONG Podcast crew is here to cover the most interesting bits for you! From the announcement and release window of Pokemon Sun and Moon to the possibly leaked pre-order open date and price point of No Man’s Sky, we’ve got it all! Come give us a listen and enjoy the special edition 5th story you all got this week because Myles asked questions! Continue reading MONG Podcast 114 | Who’s Your Best Friend?
Today, Naughty Dog has revealed that it has delayed the release of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End from March to April. Continue reading Uncharted 4 A Thief’s End Delayed To April
After the success of last years PlayStation Experience, Sony will do it again this year, and now they revealed what developers will come and the games that will be playable. Continue reading The PlayStation Experience Gets New Details
A PULP ADVENTURE AT ITS FINEST
For the past few years there have been a few remasters from last gen games coming to current gen hardware. Some of these remasters can be great when the remaster is better than the original release, or they can be lazy ports that don’t add anything significant to make you want to buy it again. Thankfully, Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection is in the former camp. While Bluepoint Games does add improvements into each of the games, it does take out some of the features that were in the original release.