On this week’s MONG Podcast, the team discussed some of this week’s biggest gaming news like The Order: 1886’s completion time, Daybreak Game Company’s layoffs, Sony finally allowing users to upgrade from a SUB account to Master, Fatal Frame’s chance of coming to North America, January’s NPD Report, the future of Amiibo, PSN and XBL’s big sales, and the never ending saga that is The Last Guardian. Continue reading Should Sony Give Up On The Last Guardian?
On this week’s Quick Time Event, the team discussed Lizard Squad’s Christmas attack on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live, whether or not they should be considered hackers, if what they are doing is right or not, and their overall opinions of the group.
The team was also asked by a fan whether or not they thought it is justifiable for people to ask for compensation from Sony and Microsoft because of the attacks over the weekend. So, what do you think? Continue reading Quick Time Event – 13 – Why Lizard Squad Aren’t Hackers
Activision has announced that Call of Duty, the franchise that was conceived in 2003, has achieved over $10 billion in sales revenue for the company. This information arrives on the heels of the publisher also detailing Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare as being the highest selling entertainment title for the year, compared to anything, whether it’s Tv shows, books, cds, or games. Continue reading Call of Duty, The Franchise, has broken the $10 Billion Dollar Mark
Yesterday afternoon, Xbox Support posted an update to the Xbox Live service status reporting that the service was having issues. Continue reading Xbox Live Still Has Lingering Connectivity Issues