The next Telltale Game of Thrones episode is sneaking up on us, Dragon Age: Inquisition’s first DLC has been announced, and there’s big Nintendo news coming! Can you handle it?! Not to mention the rather well-put opinions of CEO Satoru Iwata on the label “Free to Play.” It can’t all be good news, however, as Batman Arkham Knight is moving a bit further back on the horizon. Continue reading It’s All About the Dates, Nintendo, and Batman
Further cementing its place atop the list of 2014 games, Dragon Age: Inquisition scooped up Game of the Year honors at the 2015 D.I.C.E. Awards held by The Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences (AIAS).
2014 was certainly a wild year for gaming.
The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One both set record sales for a console’s first year on the market, reassuring gamers and “analysts” everywhere that console gaming is here to stay. Microsoft decided to release a Kinect-less Xbox One bundle after saying it would never happen. The PlayStation 4 failed to release any major blockbuster first party games during the holiday season, while the Xbox One released a hit new IP in Sunset Overdrive.
We saw the rise and fall of mobile games like Flappy Bird. Games like Titanfall, Watch Dogs, and Destiny were all finally released only to be ripped apart by gamers with too much hype. While less hyped games like Wolfenstein: The New Order, Valiant Hearts: The Great War, and The Evil Within managed to blow everyone away. We were flooded with “HD remakes” of games – some that we have wanted for a long time, and some that were just released a year ago on last generation consoles.
All of that combined to make this years Best of 2014 Awards a really fun one.
Did you miss the awards that were announced earlier this week?
And here are all of Part Three’s winners! Continue reading MONG’s Best of 2014 Award Winners – Part Three
THE MOST EPIC ADVENTURE… EVER!
Let’s get this out of the way first so that there is no confusion — Dragon Age: Inquisition is absolutely amazing. There are few games that can make me forget about reality and force me to neglect my real life responsibilities; this happens to be one of them. After logging 125 hours as the Inquisitor, I was finally satisfied enough with my journey to finish the last story mission and move on with my life. However, that being said, 125 hours was not enough to complete every side quest and it would likely take me another 20-40 hours to accomplish that. Continue reading Dragon Age: Inquisition Review
Ever since Dragon Age: Inquisition hit the shelves yesterday, have you been asking yourself that question? Has it plagued you at night and kept you from getting a wink of sleep? If so, you should likely see a doctor. However, until the appointment, there’s a new video to help you decide! Continue reading What Class Should You Play In Dragon Age: Inquisition?
A lot of the fans of the Dragon Age series felt that they just couldn’t get enough, or that the game ended too soon. From the sounds of it, BioWare agrees. Apparently completionists are going to be spending a lot more time with the new title than anyone might of guessed. Continue reading Can’t Get Enough Dragon Age?
If you were one of many of those who watched the EA Gamescom Press Conference this morning then, much like myself, you probably missed a good portion of the Dragon Age: Inquisition demonstration due to the enormous amounts of lag during the stream. Don’t worry too much however, because BioWare has released a new trailer for the game. Continue reading Dragon Age: Inquisition Trailer “The Enemy of Thedas” Is Revealed