If you’re thinking that’s a weird title for a podcast, you’re not wrong. A last minute change led to the original title being made null and void and the crew couldn’t come up with something! Welcome to another week of the Middle of Nowhere Gaming Podcast! This week there are remasters everywhere, thievery at an all-time high and so very much more! Jordan is off being a family man so the one and only Chris “The Corn Man” Cobb took a seat in his chair for this episode. The thought from nowhere is a thought provoking one that addresses game ratings. What games are rated too high? Too low? What do YOU want to see rated differently and how could the developer manage it? Learn all of that in more on this, episode 129, of the MONG Podcast! Continue reading MONG Podcast 129 | You’re Putting Us on the Spot Here, Myles!
Come stay a while and listen! The crew was going to talk about video game news, but then they realized the one true video game news that really matters is only Deckard Cain. Be at peace and listen to the podcast! Continue reading MONG Podcast 105 | The Deckard Cain-ining
On this week’s MONG Podcast, the team discussed some of this week’s biggest gaming news like Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, The Division and Rainbow Six Siege, Mirror’s Edge 2, Oculus Rift’s release window, Titanfall 2, Irrational Games, Sony’s Gamescom plans, a Nintendo theme park, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, Ark: Survival Evolved, Conan O’Brien’s Clueless Gamer for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and when we might expect to see Fallout 4. When do you think Fallout 4 will be released? Continue reading When Should Fallout 4 Be Released?
Several years ago, a film based on 2K/Irrational Games’ BioShock was in early production with Pirates of the Caribbean director Gore Verbinski set to helm the film for Universal Pictures. Continue reading Concept Art From Never Produced BioShock Movie Surfaces
With Irrational Games gone, we get a glimpse of the ghost of the BioShock game that could have been on the Vita. Ken Levine, the man behind the great hit franchise, announced what the BioShock Vita game could have been if 2K and Sony ever gotten the partnership together.
This week the team introduced a new cast and team member! Then they discussed a bunch of new release dates, the 1080p vs 720p controversy, Sony’s PS4 sales numbers, Wolfenstein and Doom, and Atlus coming back from the grave! They also spent a lot of time discussing the sudden death of Irrational Games as we know it.