Join the podcast crew of Myles Farrington, Adam Leonard and Chris Cobb as they mull and converse over the most topical of news! They touch on the stories of the Phantom Dust remaster (thank god it’s hitting PC), Remedy’s new title P7, Injustice 2’s first DLC character pack and so much more. They cover it all! Don’t forget the always hilarious, or relatively deep, Thought from Nowhere! Welcome to the MONG podcast, enjoy! Continue reading MONG Podcast 164 | Games Within Games
Welcome to episode 108 of the MONG Podcast! The crew genuinely hopes you’ve come here for fun, because that’s what you’re gonna get. This episode contained the most talk of Gone Home and Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture ever in any podcast not specifically about either of those games. We’re secretly trying to win the #1 Conversational Gone Home/Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture combo cast award. All jokes aside, the crew did cover stories such as the massive deluge of new Division info, Phantom Dust’s (hopeful) revival, the coming of the Danganronpas to the Steam store and Journey interactive LIVE. The Thought from Nowhere this week was the most heated yet with the crew debating who’s better, Lara Croft, or Nathan Drake. Fun fact, Nate and Debate rhyme! Come have a fun time! Watch the podcast… thine! Thanks to Tabata Silver for the Thought Out of Nowhere! Continue reading MONG Podcast 108 | The Legendary Debate: Lara v Nate
On this week’s MONG Podcast, the team discussed some of this week’s biggest gaming news like why North America didn’t get the standard New 3DS, World of Tanks debut on Xbox One, The Last Guardian’s trademark, Phantom Dust’s update, Axiom Verge’s release date, a possible current-gen Rock Band iteration, the PS Vita flash sale, the release date for GTAV Heists and PC version, and Batman: Arkham Knight getting an M rating by the ESRB! Continue reading MONG Podcast – What Could Earn Arkham Knight an M Rating?
It’s never good when a project hits a snag as large as the original developer being ousted from the development process. Unfortunately, that’s exactly what’s happened when it comes to Darkside Games being shooed away from the recently announced Phantom Dust re-imagining. Continue reading Phantom Dust Re-Imagining Changing Hands
Phantom Dust was a cult classic when it originally released on the original Xbox. With its interesting story and a playstyle that isn’t seen all too often, it was a hit for those willing to put in the time to get through the story. The title also sported charming multiplayer in the vein of third-person arena combat. Fans of the original have a lot to be excited about with the “re-imagining” coming to Xbox One. Continue reading Ken Lobb Drops More Phantom Dust Info
After nine years, Microsoft Studios’ cult classic Phantom Dust has an announced continuation.