Lucy joins Matt and Brian for the entire episode to talk about Mario Kart 8‘s DLC, Animal Crossing X Mario Kart, and Shovel Knight‘s release on the Sony consoles. And, of course, we talk about differences between the U.S. and the UK. For knowledge. Then Brian sings part of a Creed song and ruins everything.
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.
The newest MONG podcast, More Than The Score, kicks off in glorious fashion as hosts Brian Hoerst and Matt Batson introduce their brainchild and welcome guests Harry Loizides, Jake Dekker and Courtney Osborn to talk about Citizens of Earth, Grim Fandango and Dying Light. No spoilers. Just reviews.
1996, Clinton is still in office, the economy is going strong and the Spice Girls release their first single. Things are looking good everywhere and the world of video games is no different.
Most survival horror games are a mix of two things, resource management and atmosphere. Atmosphere is what really separates a horror game from a normal shooter. It defines the genre.
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Survival Horror as a genre would literally not exist had it not been for a game designer by the name of Shinji Mikami.
While the term survival horror came into use in 1996 with the release of Resident Evil, the origins of the genre actually go back much further, all the way to 1980 and legendary game designer Roberta Williams.