Join the podcast crew of Myles Farrington, Adam Leonard and Chris Cobb as they mull and converse over the most topical of news. They touch on the stories of the wicked witch that was Mad Catz finally going under, Insomniac’s Spiderman possibly coming this year, Nintendo taking a Steam-like approach to digital games and so much more. They cover it all! Don’t forget the always hilarious, or relatively deep, Thought from Nowhere! Welcome to the MONG podcast, enjoy! Continue reading MONG Podcast 160 | Buying All of the Things
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The Witness Available for Pre-order on Steam, Cost Revealed
The Witness, announced seven years ago, is available for pre-order for a price of $39.99 Continue reading The Witness Available for Pre-order on Steam, Cost Revealed
MONG Podcast 95 | Crazy Episode 95: Origins
There are a lot of crazy and zany things going on with Middle of Nowhere Gaming right now! The podcast is not exempt from the insanity. Join Myles, Adam and Jordan as they take a trip down the rabbit hole to discuss the two newest game delays to disappoint fans, Gamestop making a stand and Drew Karpyshyn making a return to BioWare! If you’ve ever wondered, you can even peer into the psyche of these three and find out what made them gamers and why they kept at it. Join us for the most charmingly wonky episode yet! Continue reading MONG Podcast 95 | Crazy Episode 95: Origins
Resident Evil HD Breaks Sales Record
Capcom has announced via a press release that Resident Evil HD has become the ‘fastest selling’ digital game across North America and Europe in Capcom’s history.
Top PlayStation Store Sellers of 2014
The PlayStation Blog released the top digital sellers of 2014 last week. Check them out below! Continue reading Top PlayStation Store Sellers of 2014
Spend $100 On PSN, Get $15 Back
Last week, Sony announced a new digital promotion that will give $15 back to anyone who spends at least $100 on the PlayStation Store in October. The promotion lasts until October 28th. Continue reading Spend $100 On PSN, Get $15 Back
Failure to Launch — A Destined Blunder?
Last night, with the launch of Destiny, it became apparent through the official Twitter page for the game that gameplay itself was available at midnight in each time zone. This was contrary to what most sources had sited, which was that the game would not be available to play until midnight Pacific Daylight Time (PDT). So, if a guardian lived on the east coast and picked up their copy at midnight, they would not have been able to play it for another three hours.
Microsoft Upgrades Hard Drives to its Consoles
Xbox 360 owners will soon have the option for more storage space on their consoles with a new 500 GB media hard drive.
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Quick Time Event Episode 5 – Digital vs Retail
The team debated Digital vs Retail for video game sales. Which one is better? Which one do you prefer? Are we moving to an all digital future? Will you be okay with that? Continue reading Quick Time Event Episode 5 – Digital vs Retail