The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One has been home to some bad games, some downright broken ones, and more remasters than you’ll ever know what to do with. It also has been home to many great games. This list is for those games. A scientific, inarguable top ten list brought to you by Middle of Nowhere Gaming’s Tyler Fischer and Chris Cobb. These aren’t the “best games” they’re our favorite ones — but the list still remains irrefutable. Continue reading Top 10 PS4 & Xbox One Games
We are officially finished with the first half of 2016, and what a good first half it was. From taking in the view of a vast Wyoming wilderness from atop a fire tower, to successfully bunting with David Ortiz, 2016 has been packed full of great games. Continue reading Top Ten Games of the Year So Far
Gaming really is a year long hobby. While some of the big releases each year are saved until the fourth quarter to capitalize on holiday spending, quality titles can be found in every month throughout the year. Already 2016 has seen the release of smaller, independent titles like The Witness and Firewatch to bigger franchises like Street Fighter V and Far Cry Primal. The month of April is no exception. Here are three titles for the Nintendo Wii U, Xbox One/PC, and PlayStation 4 that should have any gamer excited. Continue reading Ratchet & Clank, Star Fox Zero, and Quantum Break are 3 Reasons to be Excited for April Gaming
In this episode Chas finally gives the kiss goodnight to Dragon Age: Inquisition, the boys talk this week in tv, and WWE Fastlane results are discussed. In the main event, Chas and Adam go over a list of 30 “great actors”, that one website feels should play Cable.
On this episode Chas talks about his newly acquired Xbox One. The boys talk spoiler free about Deadpool, get hyped for Daredevil season 2 (minor Daredevil Season 1 spoilers), and talk about Dennis Franz’s ass. Plus they give their predictions for WWE Fast Lane.
Have you ever picked up a game and been finished with it 3 hours? Well the MONG Podcast crew have too and that was the Thought from Nowhere this week… kinda. They went in on the question of if a game’s duration and features should determine its cost. The answers may shock you, or seem absolutely reasonable because Myles, Adam and Jordan are quite reasonable human beings. Regardless, they did cover some actual news as well. Kojima made a return to the podcast with Norman Reedus’ possible tease of a collaboration to come, Watch_Dogs 2 has been confirmed to little fanfare, Quantum Break had a bevy of news this week and Dark Souls III is getting pre-order incentives while the enemies of Dark Souls I are being made to look silly. On top of that, Bethesda has confirmed, priced, and divulged information on the Fallout 4 DLC and last, but most certainly not least, is that PlayStation VR will be on the market this Fall! If you’re not excited, you. Should. Be. Continue reading MONG Podcast 112 | Should Duration Determine Price?
Welcome in the new year with the MONG Podcast crew! It’s 2016 so they’re gonna talk about ALL of the vide… lets be honest, the majority of this podcast, since they wanted to bring the podcast into the new year in a relaxed manner, is talking about whatever they wanted to… and apparently they REALLY wanted to talk about Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Awakens A LOT. If you’ve not seen it, spoiler warning right now. Also, it’s been a minute and there was a holiday season, why haven’t you seen it yet? Anyway, come join the crew for some lightsaber flinging fun!
Also, Myles is going ahead and apologizing for the loud moments in the podcast. Trolls are a horrible kind of “people.” Continue reading MONG Podcast 106 | Happy New Year!
2015 has come and gone and it has been the best year of gaming in a long time. Instead of dumping all the major games in a four month period, they were spread throughout the year. While some games are better than others, getting them into a list was much harder. Continue reading Jesse Webster’s Top 5 Game of the Year
This week marks the tenth anniversary of the Xbox 360, Microsoft’s second system in the gaming industry. Say what you will about the Xbox 360 with its flaws like the infamous Red Ring of Death. I went through two systems. The Xbox 360 was a powerhouse for the last generation of gaming, and if it wasn’t for that system things like a friends list for online play and achievements wouldn’t be here today. Continue reading Jesse Webster’s Top 10 Xbox 360 Games of All Time