This week marks the 10th anniversary of the PlayStation 3. Released on November 17, 2006 Sony’s third console wasn’t always one of the best consoles around. After the incredibly massive success of the PlayStation 2, it seems that Sony was being overconfident with itself. Continue reading Top Ten PlayStation 3 Games
For some of us, Halloween is a sacred holiday. Rather than dressing up as our favorite superheroes and dashing to the hottest party, we may partake in a more subtle celebration. After turning out the lights, powering off our phones, and settling in for a night o’ scares, we cozy up with some great horror games. Looking for recommendations? We’ve got you covered. Continue reading 10 Horror Games to Play on Halloween
For those unaware, Netflix recently dropped a major nostalgia bomb on their streaming service called Stranger Things. Created by the identical Duffer Brothers, Stranger Things is a loving mashup of every 80’s movie you might’ve loved as a kid, from The Goonies and E.T., to Stephen King adaptations like It and Stand By Me. Infusing childhood innocence with supernatural occurrences, this mix makes for an incredibly thrilling 8-part television series — and could also be a pretty kick-ass game. Let me tell you how!
This article contains SPOILERS for Stranger Things. Continue reading The Endless Possibilities of Stranger Things: The Video Game
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
In this episode Chas finally gives the kiss goodnight to Dragon Age: Inquisition, the boys talk this week in tv, and WWE Fastlane results are discussed. In the main event, Chas and Adam go over a list of 30 “great actors”, that one website feels should play Cable.
Have you ever picked up a game and been finished with it 3 hours? Well the MONG Podcast crew have too and that was the Thought from Nowhere this week… kinda. They went in on the question of if a game’s duration and features should determine its cost. The answers may shock you, or seem absolutely reasonable because Myles, Adam and Jordan are quite reasonable human beings. Regardless, they did cover some actual news as well. Kojima made a return to the podcast with Norman Reedus’ possible tease of a collaboration to come, Watch_Dogs 2 has been confirmed to little fanfare, Quantum Break had a bevy of news this week and Dark Souls III is getting pre-order incentives while the enemies of Dark Souls I are being made to look silly. On top of that, Bethesda has confirmed, priced, and divulged information on the Fallout 4 DLC and last, but most certainly not least, is that PlayStation VR will be on the market this Fall! If you’re not excited, you. Should. Be. Continue reading MONG Podcast 112 | Should Duration Determine Price?
This week marks the tenth anniversary of the Xbox 360, Microsoft’s second system in the gaming industry. Say what you will about the Xbox 360 with its flaws like the infamous Red Ring of Death. I went through two systems. The Xbox 360 was a powerhouse for the last generation of gaming, and if it wasn’t for that system things like a friends list for online play and achievements wouldn’t be here today. Continue reading Jesse Webster’s Top 10 Xbox 360 Games of All Time
This morning at the Xbox Gamescom Media Briefing, Remedy came to the stage to show off gameplay of their recent IP, Quantum Break. Continue reading Quantum Break Gets A Trailer And A Release Date
In a shocking announcement in Microsoft’s E3 press conference, Phil Spencer announced that there will be backwards compatibility to Xbox One allowing Xbox 360 games to be played on Xbox One. Right now there are 22 games ready to be played with more coming in the following months. Continue reading Xbox One Gets Backwards Compatibility