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
During New York Comic Con 2016, I had the privilege of speaking to Larry Hama, the writer for the Call of Duty: Black Ops III prequel comics from Dark Horse Comics. As a veteran of comics, most notably with the G.I. Joe and Spider-Man franchises, Hama is all too familiar with the excitement and lifeblood of these conventions. Below is our interview with Larry Hama, discussing the Call of Duty franchise, gaming experience and potential for virtual reality:
Continue reading Call of Duty Black: Ops III Prequel Comics Writer Larry Hama Interview – NYCC 2016
Each September FIFA releases, and like most of you: each year the player ratings baffle me, and make me wonder just how does this rating system work? Well, wonder no more, EA has spilled the goods. Continue reading The making of FIFA 17 player ratings explained
We spoke with Robert Anderson, lead animator, character designer, and more at MMOVentures about small team development, as well as the studio’s new game Oblivion’s Edge. Continue reading Oblivion’s Edge Developer Gives Industry Real Talk
Hello fellow writers, content producers, gamers! We at Middle of Nowhere Gaming are currently recruiting for new members to create great content for our gaming news, reviews, and editorials website. If your strengths don’t lie in writing, don’t sweat it. We are rapidly expanding our presence in producing alternative content such as podcasts, let’s plays, and other forms of video/audio entertainment. Continue reading Join Middle of Nowhere Gaming Now!
Hello fellow writers, content producers, gamers! We at Middle of Nowhere Gaming are proud to announce that we’re recruiting for new members to create great content for our gaming news, reviews, and editorials website. If your strengths don’t lie in writing, don’t sweat it. We are rapidly expanding our presence in producing alternative content such as podcasts, let’s plays, and other forms of video/audio entertainment.
Please be advised that all positions at MONG are unpaid. However, on occasion we do receive review copies of games, and by joining you’ll be able to add one more experience point to that developing résumé of yours. If interested, then you’re encouraged to follow this link to our website where you can complete an application, and we can begin the interview process. We hope to hear from you soon!
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Swords and Soldiers was one of the most underrated WiiWare games, and with Swords and Soldiers II coming out this week, we here at Middle of Nowhere Gaming decided to catch up with Dutch developer Ronimo Games. Continue reading Ronimo Games (Swords and Soldiers II) Interview
Level-5 has revealed that there will be new projects for the Inazuma Eleven and Yo-kai Watch series. Continue reading Level-5 Will Announce New Yo-Kai Watch and Inazuma Eleven Projects Next Year
Shigeru Miyamoto revealed in a recent interview that The Legend of Zelda Wii U (Working Title) and Star Fox Wii U (Working Title) will have Amiibo Support. Continue reading The Legend of Zelda Wii U and Star Fox Wii U Will Have Amiibo Support
“This is a game about creating Mario levels… not a music creator.” Continue reading You Will Not Be Able to Create Music in Mario Maker