As gamers, we have all made snap judgments about a game or series that we’ve never gone near. Our thoughts may be a little haphazard, though we stick to them nonetheless — but what happens when our flimsy opinions are proven wrong? Well, I’ve got a confession to make regarding just that… Continue reading CONFESSIONS OF A CLOSE-MINDED GAMER
THE WIND BENEATH MY WINGS
I’m pretty sure everyone in their 20’s has played Star Fox 64 at least once in their life. That was a magical game with amazing starship combat, tight controls, and challenging bosses. It’s still touted as one of the best games of the Nintendo 64 era, and even holds up to modern standards. Unfortunately, it set a high bar that several sequels failed to surpass — but does Star Fox Zero change that? Continue reading Star Fox Zero REVIEW
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
Are you ready to venture to the prison server of Everquest II? Hopefully not, as once you end up there, your account can never go back to normal servers. Beyond the awesome and inventive ways developers are now punishing cheaters in games, the crew tackled the topics of Rainbow Six: Siege being delayed, the new and exciting title The Flock as well as much more, including a lengthy chat about the state of Nintendo near the end. You’ll love it! Come join us for Episode 92 of the monumentally massively awesome MONG Podcast! Continue reading MONG Podcast 92 | How Should Game Developers Deal With Cheaters?
Over this past weekend, The Nintendo World Store in New York City gave fans the opportunity to demo some of the recently announced and highly anticipated games from Nintendo. I had the privilege of making the trip to the store and played all of them. In the first of a four-part article series, I’ll offer my thoughts and opinions on Star Fox Zero. Continue reading Hands on Impressions of Star Fox Zero