Back in June I proclaimed Resident Evil is dead, primarily because of the identity crisis the series went through starting with Resident Evil 4. That later led to the insulting mess that was Resident Evil 6, and now a seemingly drastic new direction for Resident Evil 7. Thus, the series as we knew it seemed doomed, but… maybe there’s still some life left in this old zombie after all? Continue reading Long Live Resident Evil
Yes, friends, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard was just revealed at Sony’s E3 conference, and the internet has exploded. Whether positive or negative, there’s a buzz in the ether about this drastic new direction of Capcom’s long-lasting Resident Evil (RE) series. Looking to be a soft reboot with a new first-person perspective, as well as a cast of all-new characters, there’s a lot for longtime fans of the series to be worried about. If you’ve been following the series closely over the years, however, this should come as no surprise. This has been a long time coming and, if you’ll allow me, I’ll explain how we got here… and why Resident Evil as we know it is dead. Continue reading Resident Evil is Dead
Even with technical issues abound in Episode 125, the MONG Podcast crew swung wide and covered quite a few different topics. They talk about everything from E3 predictions, which snuck up on them, to the rumors of Nintendo NX’s VR born delay, to even everything from anime to movies! It’s a long episode for a reason, folks. Regardless, you’ll enjoy every second of it with the ever charming cast. We’ll hopefully be back to 100% in terms of tech next week!
Keep in mind that we’ll be going live on Tuesday the 14th, instead of Sunday, next week so that we can cover the flood of E3 news as soon as possible.
Another hard pill to swallow for horror fans as the official Allison Road Twitter account announced last night the cancellation of its upcoming first-person survival horror game.
Continue reading Silent Hills spiritual successor Allison Road cancelled
Our memories are some of the most important things we have as human beings. They help shape how we define ourselves and interact with other people. So what happens when you suddenly lose a portion of your memory? How will you react? Continue reading Travel Down Allison Road In New Survival Horror Game
A recent cancellation of Silent Hills begat the eradication of the terrifying P.T. demo, and fans are not happy. Continue reading P.T. Non-existent on the PlayStation Store
Following the uproar of disappointment caused by the sudden cancellation of the Silent Hills collaboration between Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro, a petition has recently surfaced in an attempt to have the directors resurrect the project. As of the time of the writing of this article, the petition has already gathered quite a following, having over six thousand signatures in just three days. Continue reading Fans Are Petitioning for Silent Hills Development To Continue
On this week’s MONG Podcast, the team discussed some of this week’s biggest gaming news like Bloodborne’s shortened loading screens, Microsoft’s Q3 financial report, a possible Gears of War Remaster, Halo 5: Guardians getting a limited edition Xbox One, Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, the cancellation of Silent Hills, Final Fantasy XV: Episode Duscae 2.0, Telltale and Marvel teaming up, and the steep price for Batman: Arkham Knight’s season pass! Continue reading Is $40 Too Much For A Season Pass?
Can you handle even more Minecraft skins tossed into your crafting? Were you excited for Silent Hills? I bet you’re at least happy that paying for Skyrim mods has been nixed! Continue reading Silent Hills is Dead and No More Paid Skyrim Mods! — News From Nowhere (April 27, 2015)