This week marks the 10th anniversary of the PlayStation 3. Released on November 17, 2006 Sony’s third console wasn’t always one of the best consoles around. After the incredibly massive success of the PlayStation 2, it seems that Sony was being overconfident with itself. Continue reading Top Ten PlayStation 3 Games
NOT QUITE FEELING THE VIBE
Well, this game happened. The latest chapter in the long-running Persona 4 sub-sub-series is here, and it’s a rhythm game. It just so happens that Persona 4 and rhythm games are two of my favorite things ever, so this should be right up my alley, right? I thought so too. But after spending a lot of time on the portable dance floor, I’ve been left feeling more conflicted than I have been about any other game I’ve played in recent memory. It’s hard to express my true feelings about Persona 4: Dancing All Night, so a fellow writer here at MONG suggested I do it the way this game would want me to…
…through dance! Continue reading Persona 4: Dancing All Night Review
The release of Atlus’s Persona 5 is not too far away now, and it sounds like we’ll be hearing some new information about it early next year. Continue reading Persona 5 Details To Be Revealed Soon
August is notorious for signaling the end of summer, meaning everyone [of age] is heading back to school. This was also a great month, if slow, for gamers, due to awesome games coming out around this time. Sony has released its best selling list for August 2014 among the PlayStation platforms.
Digging Inside is a new feature where we take the newest trailers and try to find any clues of hidden info for upcoming games. The first installment of Digging Inside will be for the recently announced Persona 5 Tokyo Game Show trailer that was released on Monday. Continue reading Digging Inside: Persona 5 Pre-TGS Trailer
Yesterday, Atlus revealed that Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth will be released on November 25th exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS. Continue reading Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth gets a Release Date
You can now use a PlayStation 4 controller for your PlayStation 3 system wirelessly, according to IGN.
This will almost eliminate the need of the PlayStation 3 controller. You do need to know that there are a few games that won’t work on the PlayStation 4 controller. Continue reading PlayStation 4 Controller works wirelessly on PS3.