For the second year in a row, EA has kicked off the E3 festivities with a press conference that featured interesting reveals and awkward moments. While retaining its focus on mainstream hits, the showcase offered intriguing new angles on established franchises mixed with promising first looks at new IP. Ending with an extended look at Star Wars Battlefront 2 multiplayer, EA’s presentation was an obvious step up from their first EA Play event.
EA gave us a glimpse into what this new entry into the beloved racing franchise is all about with a story and gameplay trailer. Continue reading Need For Speed: Payback out on November 10, 2017
In light of the recent news indicating that the PS4 is able to natively emulate PS2 games with trophy support, we here at Middle of Nowhere Gaming thought we should share what games our staff members wanted most. Continue reading What PlayStation 2 Games We Want on PlayStation 4
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!
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
Matt and Brian talk about Matt actually being a sentient robot, the magic of Project CARS and the next Need for Speed taking place in the Land of Oz. Brian shares some insight on his signature “I’ve got to take a poo” driving style and the guys give a little tease for The Witcher 3 conversation that’ll happen in the next episode.
LOOSE IN THE CORNERS
With the current generation of consoles still waiting on its first true simulation racing game, long-anticipated title Project CARS arrived on the scene last week after spending years in development. Slightly Mad Studios’ racer is as deep in simulation as the genre offers, but the game’s tires spin a little bit off the line. How does it hold up through the rest of the track? Continue reading Project CARS Review
Wedbush Security Analyst, and former “Pach Attack” host, Michael Pachter seems to think these games are less than a year away. Continue reading Are Mirror’s Edge and Mass Effect 4 coming early 2016?