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Is Gaming VR just a Fad?

In 2016 the push to make VR popular in gaming was immense! Cheaper options like Google cardboard and Samsung Gear headsets were marketed heavily throughout the year. VR was the biggest, baddest kid on the block. Continue reading Is Gaming VR just a Fad?

Multiple devs drop Oculus support following Palmer Luckey’s Anti-Clinton funding

Yesterday, a report broke saying Oculus founder Palmer Luckey had funded a pro-Donald Trump political group that’s behind “shitposting” memes about Hillary Clinton. The consequence of this information? Several developers dropping Oculus support for their titles. Continue reading Multiple devs drop Oculus support following Palmer Luckey’s Anti-Clinton funding

MONG Podcast 125 | Video Game Movies Can’t Be THAT Bad… Right?

Even with technical issues abound in Episode 125, the MONG Podcast crew swung wide and covered quite a few different topics. They talk about everything from E3 predictions, which snuck up on them, to the rumors of Nintendo NX’s VR born delay, to even everything from anime to movies! It’s a long episode for a reason, folks. Regardless, you’ll enjoy every second of it with the ever charming cast. We’ll hopefully be back to 100% in terms of tech next week!

Keep in mind that we’ll be going live on Tuesday the 14th, instead of Sunday, next week so that we can cover the flood of E3 news as soon as possible.

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MONG Podcast 124 | Reshaping the Future

This week’s MONG podcast was a little different. We were joined by Chris “The Corn Man” Cobb due to Jordan’s mysterious absence. Don’t you worry though, the podcast was still full of fun and information as it always is. We covered the end of Geralt’s tale in The Witcher series, the unknown Xbox One VR game and the possibility of Prey 2 being resurrected (yes, please)! Of course there were three other stories mentioned you’ll have to listen or watch to find out about. Continue reading MONG Podcast 124 | Reshaping the Future