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MONG Podcast 161 | Things Fall Apart

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… a lot of Persona stuff, zeitgeists and so much more. It was a fun mess this week! Welcome to the MONG podcast, enjoy! Continue reading MONG Podcast 161 | Things Fall Apart

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It is time for the silent majority to be heard

As I consider the events that have characterized the past few weeks in gaming culture, the idea that continually worms its way into my mind is that of polarity. Because as incredible as the stream of quality releases has been, the grotesque underbelly of the community has repeatedly come to light. This contradiction has potentially smeared what could have been a defining season for gaming on a mainstream level. Instead of celebrating the masterpiece releases of Horizon Zero Dawn and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild we are left screaming into our collective pillows at the hateful immaturity that radiates from corners of the internet.

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Mr. Plinkett Reviews Horizon: Zero Dawn – “…I hate it, it’s awful!”

Red Letter Media (RLM) is well known for its humorous and informative movie reviews, but its gaming-centric offshoot recently cast a critical eye at Horizon: Zero Dawn. Continue reading Mr. Plinkett Reviews Horizon: Zero Dawn – “…I hate it, it’s awful!”

Horizon: Zero Dawn beats The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in 1st week launch sales

Guerrrilla GamesPlayStation 4 exclusive, Horizon: Zero Dawn, the Nintendo Switch console, and the highly anticipated The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild; all became available for purchase last week. Continue reading Horizon: Zero Dawn beats The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in 1st week launch sales

Recent masterpieces debunk open-world fatigue

It is safe to say that open-worlds have become this generation’s defining gameplay feature. Immersive worlds, diverging paths, exploration; these buzzwords and phrases characterize a large portion of the AAA gaming space. Games like The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and Grand Theft Auto 3 paved the way for The Witcher 3 and Metal Gear Solid V to capture the time and imaginations of the gaming community. The success of these titles has caused the feature to percolate into the rest of the industry, leading to a landscape dotted with sprawling worlds and open air.

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