Ubisoft has officially announced Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It will launch in North America on November 15th and in Europe on November 17th. Continue reading Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection announced for PS4 and Xbox One
If you’re thinking that’s a weird title for a podcast, you’re not wrong. A last minute change led to the original title being made null and void and the crew couldn’t come up with something! Welcome to another week of the Middle of Nowhere Gaming Podcast! This week there are remasters everywhere, thievery at an all-time high and so very much more! Jordan is off being a family man so the one and only Chris “The Corn Man” Cobb took a seat in his chair for this episode. The thought from nowhere is a thought provoking one that addresses game ratings. What games are rated too high? Too low? What do YOU want to see rated differently and how could the developer manage it? Learn all of that in more on this, episode 129, of the MONG Podcast! Continue reading MONG Podcast 129 | You’re Putting Us on the Spot Here, Myles!
After months of speculation 2K Games has finally revealed that there will be a collection of all three BioShock games coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Continue reading BioShock: The Collection Announced
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Aside from that, we covered many topics tonight, from Batman v Superman, with spoiler warnings, as well as the remastering of Turok and Turok 2 for Xbox One, the DLC for Two Worlds II (for some reason) and even the awkward situation that is what David Hayter had to say about Kojima! Other controversies of the week include the “Bootygate 2016” issue that Blizzard handled in terms of Tracer’s victory pose and even the possibility of Shadow of Mordor 2! Also DeepMind is learning to play Hearthstone and Magic: the Gathering, thus it is learning strategy and will soon force us all to submit! Be ready to praise our robot overlords come 2019! Continue reading MONG Podcast 118 | The Podcast with No Name
Resident Evil HD, Capcom’s remaster of the 2002 game that was a remake of the 1996 game that started the Resident Evil series, passed the one-million sold mark recently. The publisher announced its game’s success in a release on Friday.
It’s been a little over a year since the newest console generation released to an eager audience. Then, it was clear to many who made the leap that the next-generation of gaming was starved for new and exciting titles. Indies, last generation cross-buys, and early exclusive titles tended to the 2014 Game Famine’s most temporary needs, but nothing felt like it really pushed the hardware or justified the need for it. It was a time of regret for some, anger for others, and there were those just happy for what they had.
But something unholy was born out of that time, something wretched and ugly. It was the work of a few money-hungry publishers. They preyed on the needs of the many, and instead of producing something new, they released The Remasters.
Capcom has revealed that they are releasing two remasters from their Devil May Cry franchise. Continue reading Two Devil May Cry Remasters Coming