Come, sit with us by the pyre and talk of the games we love. See what I did there? It’s episode 120 of the MONG Podcast and one of the longest in a good while! Mainly because there’s a lot of Dark Souls III talk as well as talk of the PS5 and how it just might not exist. Of course there’s MUCH more lovely words to have caress your earholes and the crew welcomes you to join them for it! Continue reading MONG Podcast 120 | Grand Theft Auto: Mushroom Kingdom
Have you ever turned off a game, only to have that last tune follow you around the rest of the day? Christian Glass loves that feeling, and wants to share it with you. Each week he’s highlighting a game soundtrack that sticks out to him. This week is: Bastion. Continue reading Christian Glass’ Game Soundtrack of the Week
The Parts Are Greater Than the Sum
Bastion has become synonymous with the indie scene, originally releasing in 2011 to mass public and critical praise. It, along with Fez and Braid, propelled indie gaming onto the main stage — a feat that holds reverberations to this day. Very few people doubt that Bastion remains one of the pinnacle influencing games of the indie scene, however, how does Supergiant’s classic hold up today?