There were few decent superhero games in existence by the time the new millennium rolled around. That quickly changed when Neversoft released Spider-Man for the Sony PlayStation back in 2000. Now, one of our staff revisits this classic. Continue reading MONG Plays Spider-Man – Episode 1
Continuously bombarded with trailers, announcements, and betas, the gaming community is naturally always looking forward. And unless an older game is considered “classic” or “retro” it often ends up in a $2 bin in some yard sale — forgotten to the times. This list is for those games. Continue reading Five forgotten series that need to come back
It appears Sony has filed a trademark application for PlayStation classic “G-Police”. Continue reading Sony files trademark for “G-Police” in the European Union
For some gamers of the younger generation, it would be hard to think of Sony not always being a part of the video game landscape. For those older, it was not always the case. Continue reading Sony Celebrates Milestone with 20 Years of Play Video
IF WE DON’T HAVE ANY FRIENDS LEFT ON THE SURFACE, THEN WE NEED TO FIND AN ENEMY.
Do you remember Crash Bandicoot? If you’re still in high school, probably not. Back in the 90s, when Sony had first entered the console race, a little known developer called Naughty Dog developed Crash Bandicoot, a platformer that had the 3D visuals and mechanics of games like Super Mario 64 but the level design of a classic 2D platformer. The original was a big hit and the appeal of Crash himself made him the company’s unofficial mascot. A sequel was released a little over a year later and is widely considered to be the best in the series. Let’s see if that remains true today and take a look at Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back. Continue reading Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back Rewind Review