As we finally approach the end of the dark, twisted and maleficent tunnel that has been the Wii U era, the topic on everyone’s minds is the Nintendo Switch. While our mouths froth in advance of tomorrow’s livestream and following press events, it is only natural to scour the internet for any nugget of information to slowly peel back the veil of secrecy.
Fandom can be a crazy thing. While all of us are passionate about something, a select few choose to go above and beyond the usual standards and find themselves driven to do something remarkably creative — all to pay tribute to a video game or series they love. Developers are quick to react to these fan-made projects… but they often do so in the worst way imaginable. Continue reading Fans Create Great Games, Big Companies Handle It Poorly
Ronda Rousey has gained fame and fortune as a mixed martial arts superstar over the last few years. Her dominant in-ring performances and outspoken personality have gained her legions of fans and attracted the attention of Hollywood. Continue reading Ronda Rousey Wants to Suit Up As Samus in Metroid Movie
We all have that one game that we were beyond excited for, only to find out it was canceled. Perhaps it was never even announced, quietly snuffed out to be discovered later. This can happen for many reasons, from the sudden closure of its development studio, to the firing or resignation of a key member of the title in question. These games were doomed to never see release, but that doesn’t mean the concepts were bad. Today I’m going to talk about one such game, called Maverick Hunter, which never saw the light of day. Continue reading DIGITALLY DOOMED: MAVERICK HUNTER
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
On this week’s MONG Podcast, the team discussed all of the major announcements at E3 2015. After all of the E3 talk, Courtney and Lou said their final farewells as this was their last MONG Podcast as co-hosts (their farewells start at 3 hrs, 5 minutes, 39 seconds). Be sure to tune in next week as the MONG Podcast returns with Myles as the new host! Continue reading MONG Podcast – E3 Reactions – Farewell Episode