The EA Access Vault grows larger next week with the addition of two games that keep Faith front and center. Continue reading Gotta Have Faith- Mirror’s Edge Titles Join EA Access Vault Next Week
After scoping out the hordes of cases filled with high-end collectibles, TriForce’s displays and items immediately shined through. Like last year’s display, famous characters from a multitude of games, spanning genre, platform, and style. Below are nine collectibles that will entice any gamer.
It’s that time of month again, folks. Continue reading PS4 and Overwatch top June NPD charts
It’s been a long time coming for the return of Mirror’s Edge. The original game was released almost a decade ago in 2008 and now the series is set to return with Mirror’s Edge Catalyst releasing June 7th for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The first game in the series was not a massive seller, but garnered many fans who have been clamoring for a sequel for years. Now with the release right around the corner, I find myself wondering if the Mirror’s Edge franchise is ready to run, leap, roll, and jump to new heights.
The game franchise Mirror’s Edge is poised to return in a big way. Not only is the long anticipated follow-up to the original game, Mirror’s Edge Catalyst set to release shortly, but the video game is going to be turned into a television series as well. Continue reading Mirror’s Edge TV Series in the Works
In Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, Faith makes her return to the video game landscape. Although much has changed since she first came on the scene with 2008’s Mirror’s Edge, two things remain the same. The unique ways the character approaches movement and combat. Continue reading Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Videos Offer Look at Movement and Combat
Five years ago, I picked up a copy of Mirror’s Edge on Xbox 360 at Staples. Yeah, they sell games, and I was just as surprised as you were. Specifically, they sell budget games that are thrown unceremoniously on a rack along with other pieces of software that are no longer relevant. Titles like Conan, The Outfit, and TimeShift are what are commonly found on their shelves, as well as Mirror’s Edge. I had heard so many good things about the game so I bought a copy, went home, and began to play it. I stopped playing after, say, two or three levels in and never tried it again. The reason for this were the controls. The most used buttons on the controller were the LB and LT buttons, two buttons that don’t feel good constantly being pressed. I was baffled as to why the buttons were mapped the way they were and it ruined the game for me. Continue reading Remapping Console Control Configurations
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
With another E3 down, I believe that this will be the one to remember for a long time to come. Microsoft, Sony, Bethesda, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Square Enix, and EA all dropped bombshells that made even the worst conference worth watching. With the show finished, I felt that I should share my picks of E3 2015. These are my picks alone and no one else’s. Continue reading Jesse Webster’s Picks Of E3 2015