While recent horror games mostly fit into the first-person, hide-n’-seek mold, some gamers yearn for the good ol’ days of third-person survival horror. Invader Studios aims to cater to that crowd with its upcoming title, Daymare: 1998. I sought more info about this promising game, and Michele Giannone of Invader Studios was kind enough to grant an exclusive interview. Take a look! Continue reading An Interview with Invader Studios, Developer of Daymare: 1998
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
The video game industry owes a lot to Nintendo. People often point out how the former toy company single-handedly brought this entertainment medium back after the horrific crash, and went on to innovate and reinvigorate in a new generation of their own making — but that was then. Nowadays Nintendo is too hung up on gimmicks and maintaining an inoffensive online community, leaving lots of former fans in the cold. Too many awesome games go unnoticed by those who abandoned Nintendo, and here’s a handful that have no business being exclusive to this fading icon. Continue reading 7 EXCLUSIVE GAMES NINTENDO DIDN’T DESERVE
Well, boys and girls, that blessed time is upon us: holiday season, when the year’s biggest and most-anticipated video games finally hit us one-after-another until our wallets cry out for mercy. Many of us will excitedly buy these for ourselves, for a friend or possibly receive them as gifts in turn. No matter the method, one thing is certain: we’re all united in our excitement for a particular game.
In light of the recent news indicating that the PS4 is able to natively emulate PS2 games with trophy support, we here at Middle of Nowhere Gaming thought we should share what games our staff members wanted most. Continue reading What PlayStation 2 Games We Want on PlayStation 4
DROWNING IN FEAR
Fatal Frame is not a series that I’m overly familiar with. In fact, other than a brief mention from a friend about seven years ago about how “scary” the PlayStation 2 entries were, I hadn’t even heard of them. All that changed recently when I finally tried it out for myself. Continue reading FATAL FRAME: MAIDEN OF BLACK WATER REVIEW
April Fools happens to be Nintendo’s Christmas because there was a tsunami of news coming our way. Join Lou, Lucy, and Shawn as they speed through a discussion of Fire Emblem, Mario Kart 8, amiibo, and Shin Megami Tensei!
Continue reading Nintendo Direct News Speedrun!
A few months ago, Tomonobu Itagaki said that Fatal Frame V could come to the West. In today’s Nintendo Direct it has been revealed that Fatal Frame for the Wii U is indeed coming to the West. Continue reading Fatal Frame Wii U Coming To The West
On this week’s MONG Podcast, the team discussed some of this week’s biggest gaming news like The Order: 1886’s completion time, Daybreak Game Company’s layoffs, Sony finally allowing users to upgrade from a SUB account to Master, Fatal Frame’s chance of coming to North America, January’s NPD Report, the future of Amiibo, PSN and XBL’s big sales, and the never ending saga that is The Last Guardian. Continue reading Should Sony Give Up On The Last Guardian?
Yesterday, Tomonobu Itagaki, who is best known for the Dead or Alive and the modern Ninja Gaiden series, hinted that the Wii U exclusive Fatal Frame V, or Fatal Frame: Oracle of the Sodden Raven as it’s known in Japan, could come to North America. Continue reading Fatal Frame V Could Come To North America