If you’re thinking that’s a weird title for a podcast, you’re not wrong. A last minute change led to the original title being made null and void and the crew couldn’t come up with something! Welcome to another week of the Middle of Nowhere Gaming Podcast! This week there are remasters everywhere, thievery at an all-time high and so very much more! Jordan is off being a family man so the one and only Chris “The Corn Man” Cobb took a seat in his chair for this episode. The thought from nowhere is a thought provoking one that addresses game ratings. What games are rated too high? Too low? What do YOU want to see rated differently and how could the developer manage it? Learn all of that in more on this, episode 129, of the MONG Podcast! Continue reading MONG Podcast 129 | You’re Putting Us on the Spot Here, Myles!
After months of speculation 2K Games has finally revealed that there will be a collection of all three BioShock games coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Continue reading BioShock: The Collection Announced
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 Few — this year’s E3 sleeper hit. Continue reading We Happy Few: E3 2016’s Sleeper Hit
Opinions are wonderful, aren’t they? We all have our personal likes and dislikes, and whether we know it or not, some are just downright moronic. So, what better way is there to illustrate that point than to flaunt our own idiocy? Let’s start with some games I’m convinced are good, and then I’ll tell you why that game you love is terrible. Shall we proceed? Continue reading The Ugliest of the Good and the Bad
Following some leakage problems — Warner Bros. today officially announced that remastered versions of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City are coming to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Continue reading Batman: Arkham Asylum, Arkham City remasters officially announced
Come stay a while and listen! The crew was going to talk about video game news, but then they realized the one true video game news that really matters is only Deckard Cain. Be at peace and listen to the podcast! Continue reading MONG Podcast 105 | The Deckard Cain-ining
The PlayStation Vita turns three years old this week. Like a toddler, it’s still perfecting its coordination, and learning how to tell its own stories, but it has potential. Even though this little guy is so young, people have been singing its swansong since the Vita’s initial release. Yet, like an indestructible Freedom Wars Abductor, its health is draining slower than anticipated. The big question is what’s the Vita outlook for 2015 and beyond? Continue reading PlayStation Vita: Where does Sony’s Handheld Stand 3 Years Later
Several years ago, a film based on 2K/Irrational Games’ BioShock was in early production with Pirates of the Caribbean director Gore Verbinski set to helm the film for Universal Pictures. Continue reading Concept Art From Never Produced BioShock Movie Surfaces