Today was the first day of my spring break so I planned on writing for the majority of the day; however I spent the majority of my time playing a game called Catlateral Damage. It started out as an hour with a comedic but very engaging game, but this turned into a good three hours or so. I realized while I was on PSNProfiles that I was well on my way to already earning the platinum. This got me thinking, what drives people to beat and complete games? Continue reading Why do we Beat Games?
In this episode Chas finally gives the kiss goodnight to Dragon Age: Inquisition, the boys talk this week in tv, and WWE Fastlane results are discussed. In the main event, Chas and Adam go over a list of 30 “great actors”, that one website feels should play Cable.
All hail the PC Master Race! This collective hivemind consists of purebred gamers who have made the Personal Computer their gaming platform of choice due to its limitless processing power, compatibility with various controllers and input devices, forward thinking focus on digital releases, multitude of new releases in a vast array of genres, and community support of titles that include fixes, mods, and upgrades. For the longest time, the prevailing opinion has been that whenever a game is released for PC as well as consoles, it would be the superior version by default. Furthermore, the PC is home to many unique exclusives that consoles wouldn’t even be able to run. The expanded capabilities of the PC trumps anything modern consoles can output. However, with respect to the glorious PC Master Race, is that really true? More and more often, we hear about the woes of PC games being broken at launch. In fact, these problems have become so commonplace, that I think it’s worth asking if PC gaming is actually better than gaming on consoles. Continue reading Is PC Actually Better Than Console?
NPD has released data for the 10 best selling games of 2015. Before viewing the list it is important to note that NPD only tracks physical retail copies, digital sales are not counted in the totals. Also, any unit sold as part of a console bundle like the PlayStation 4 Star Wars Battlefront bundle or Xbox One Fallout 4 bundle is not factored into sales on the list. With these factors in mind, the platform which sold the most copies for each game is listed in parentheses by descending order. Check out the list below and read my thoughts on the sales as a whole. Continue reading 5 Thoughts on the Best Selling Games of 2015
Kitana has been one of the most popular fighters in Mortal Kombat since her debut. The Edenian princess plays an integral role in MK lore and wields one of the deadliest weapons in the game. So it doesn’t come as too much of a surprise her fan blades would be a popular request for Man at Arms: Reforged. Continue reading Man At Arms: Reforged Brings Kitana’s Fan Blades to Life
Weekends are meant strictly for gaming and all things fun; at least that’s what we think. Here is where you can find out all of our crazy plans for the upcoming weekend!
Travel with with Myles, Adam and Jordan through the ups and downs of episode 93 of the MONG Podcast! Today the cast covered everything from (good guy) Australian retailer JB Hi-Fi putting Kojima’s name back onto Metal Gear Solid V to the free titles of the month for Xbox and PlayStation users as well as the Borderlands movie… and even a chunk of time was spent discussing the merits of the Spiderman 3 movie. Was it as bad as everyone thought? One gent didn’t think so. Join the crew for the laughs and tears in another amazing episode! Continue reading MONG Podcast 93 | Is It Right to Add Kojima’s Name Back to MGSV Covers?
In unfortunate news for last generation console owners, Mortal Kombat X has been canceled on those systems. Continue reading Mortal Kombat X Delivers Fatality to PS3 and Xbox 360 Versions of the Game
The NPD Group has released video game sale numbers for the month of July. When taking a look at the software sales, here are three things that stand out to me.
Continue reading 3 Takeaways From July NPD Game Software Sales
The Terminator is back, but not where you expected.