Matt and Brian reunite to bring highly entertaining interviews with Mike B. and Matt M. to your ears, as they discuss MLB 15 The Show and Mortal Kombat X. Nothing says America like brutal death and baseball. There are also some ramblings about Record Store Day 2015, Star Wars and a Wookiee coming-of-age tale.
Brian and Matt bring the thunder in Episode 6 of More Than The Score, this time welcoming frequent contributor Courtney to talk about Final Fantasy Type-0 HD before giving the lowdown on Mario Party 10 and LEGO Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin. No spoilers. Just reviews.
Over an hour of action-packed review talk and storytelling with Matt and Brian! This week Shawn and Aaron join the mix, sharing intimate details about Battlefield: Hardline and Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. You don’t want to miss this one! No spoilers (well, there’s one slight spoiler this week). Just reviews.
Brian and Matt return after a week off to hold court with Lou, MONG’s own Nintendo Ninja, to talk about Ori and the Blind Forest before diving off the deep end with Jake in a conversation about Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number… and, as is tradition, some music talk. It’s like two podcasts in one! No spoilers. Just reviews (and music).
A SEASONAL DUD
In the final episode of Resident Evil Revelations 2, it shows that the episodic nature of the game did no favors in terms of gameplay and story. So what we got is a game, as a whole, that tends to drag around doing nothing instead of telling a compelling story. Continue reading Resident Evil Revelations 2 Review
A BLOODY MASTERPIECE
Violence has become a trope in media today. From the increasingly gory television shows like The Walking Dead to torture porn films like the Saw franchise, violence is something we are inundated with on a daily basis. On top of this, filmmakers, game designers, and showrunners continue to push the envelope further and further with the end goal of making more money and seizing more attention. Sure, one can argue that a lot of these creators are just following their vision. However, most of the time it feels as though these artists are seeking attention, and controversy tends to be an easy way to attain this. Upon first glance, it may seem as though Dennaton Games’ is trying to get attention for their gruesome game. However, after a few scenes it becomes immediately clear that there is a lot more to Hotline Miami than its gory presentation. Like the first, Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number is a gruesome and unsettling experience that demanded my attention from beginning to end.
One look at Titan Attacks! and you’ll be instantly reminded of Space Invaders. There’s no point in hiding it, Titan Attacks! is heavily inspired by the 1978 arcade classic but don’t be disappointed. Space Invaders was a classic for a reason and while I doubt Titan Attacks! will be remembered with the same reverence, it won’t be laughed at either. Continue reading Titan Attacks! Review