Twitch has skyrocketed in popularity over the past 5 years. It is now known as the premier site if you want to watch an entertaining streamer play games, where you go to watch esports tournaments, or even chill out with some Bob Ross, Julia Child or even Power Rangers. Twitch even furthered its reach into our lives when it was bought up by Amazon and began offering even more incentives to hang out and indulging in the next step in games entertainment. Continue reading The State of Twitch
Kicking off the New York Comic Con 2016 adventures, I found myself immediately drawn into Man In The High Castle Virtual Reality Experience. Since seeing the pilot episode and subsequent first season, I was hungry for more of this dystopian world. But did this VR adventure fill me up until Season 2’s premiere in December?
Continue reading Man in the High Castle VR Experience Impressions – NYCC 2016
It appears the likes of Sony, Amazon, and Steam are unprecedentedly stepping out of their digital return policy boundaries, by allowing returns of No Man’s Sky, even if you have put considerable time into the game. Continue reading No Man’s Sky gets unprecedented digital return policy from Sony and Amazon
It appears Amazon has once again spilled the beans on another release date. This time its CD Projekt Red’s The Witcher 3: Complete Edition. Continue reading The Witcher 3: Complete Edition set to release August 30th
Any gamer looking for additional savings on new releases, might want to consider Amazon Prime as their first choice for purchases. Continue reading Amazon Prime Gives Gamers 20 Percent More Reason to Join
On this week’s MONG Podcast, the team discussed some of this week’s biggest gaming news like Quantum Break’s delay, Amazon possibly saving Crytek, Yokai Watch coming west, all of the Nintendo Direct news, and The Witcher 3’s expansions. Continue reading Will We Ever See An Uncharted Collection?
Can you fathom what Amazon would do if they got their hands on CryEngine? This isn’t some question about a villain either, it could be just as awesome as Tomb Raider selling 8.5 million copies, or Deep Down coming stateside!
GameStop has changed the listed price for Tales of Zestiria in their system, and it’s lower than expected. Continue reading Tales of Zestiria Price May Be Lower Than Expected
If you haven’t jumped onto the PlayStation 4 train, you should probably head over to Amazon right now.