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This Week In Video Games 3/30/20 — 4/3/20
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 3rd of April 2020 - 11:00 PM ]
Video Games A lot has gone on this week in video games. Here is a recap of what we covered in the world of video games on the site this week Mark one more week down as completed into this year and then a whole lot more for the world of video games to take in. Not all of it was the best, like the delay for The Last Of Us Part II, but we had some solid stuff to be happy for over the week. There was a whole lot that we were given for Final Fantasy VII Remake and then the reviews for Moons Of Madness and the Injustice comics to help out. Least of all to mention the new video games we have to play this week alone. Read More...
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Review — Moons Of Madness
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 1st of April 2020 - 09:00 PM ]
Moons Of Madness We sit down and review Moons Of Madness. A new entry into the cosmic-horror genre that also happens to not be on Earth. Here is our review of Moons Of Madness Anytime I am offered a new entry into the horror genre I am down, which is why I was over the moon to hear and see Moons Of Madness announced and then released. Some of you may remember that it was launched back in October for the PC, but some of us had to wait a bit for it to finally hit the PS4 and Xbox One. I was one of those people and it hurt a bit to have to wait. Read More...
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The Horrors Are Creeping Out There On The Consoles With Moons Of Madness
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 24th of March 2020 - 09:00 PM ]
Moons Of Madness The release for Moons Of Madness on the consoles is finally here and we have one more look at Moons Of Madness before we dive into all the horror it will bring There is no mistake that Moons Of Madness has been out on PC for a while now and some of you might have already had a chance to experience all it has to offer. It was supposed to hit the PS4 and Xbox One around the same time of it all, but after a few delays it was pushed out by Rock Pocket Games to make sure it was able to run on the consoles just as well. Now we are where we are with the launch of Moons Of Madness on the consoles as of right now. Read More...
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This Week In Video Games 1/13/20 — 1/17/20
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Saturday, 18th of January 2020 - 12:00 AM ]
Video Games A lot has gone on this week in video games. Here is a recap of what we covered in the world of video games on the site this week Well this was a bit of a downer week for many of our video games out there. I am talking about the numerous delays that we saw placed out there for so many of the big titles we have been waiting for over the years. Titles like Final Fantasy VII Remake and Cyberpunk 2077 being two of the larger ones we saw pushed out a bit. Then we had a few smaller video games like Marvel’s Avengers and the console release for Moons Of Madness. Read More...
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Moons Of Madness Will Be Driving The Consoles Mad A Bit Later Now
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 15th of January 2020 - 06:00 PM ]
Moons Of Madness Delays have hit Moons Of Madness for the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game so those gamers will need to wait until March to jump into Moons Of Madness Here we go with one more delay for our video games, as Moons Of Madness on the PS4 and Xbox One will not be hitting us on January 21st now. Not the biggest of issues for those PC gamers out there as the game has been out there for the PC since October, but some out there were looking to experience Rock Pocket Games' crazy title on the consoles. Those that were holding out for Moons Of Madness on the consoles will now have to wait until March 24th for both. Read More...
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Moons Of Madness Has A Release Date Set Down To Drive Us All Mad
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Thursday, 10th of October 2019 - 05:00 PM ]
Moons Of Madness The release date for Moons Of Madness is now set down and PC gamers will be able to see Moons Of Madness quite a bit before console I hope you are ready for more terror to come our way this Halloween as we have a release date for Moons Of Madness now. That is, if you are a PC gamer looking for some more terror this holiday as it looks like Funcom is splitting up the release dates for that and the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game. Maybe it is on them or just how the whole process of approval goes with Rock Pocket Games still trying to iron out the console stuff. Either way, Moons Of Madness is heading to the PC on October 22nd as of right now with the consoles getting the game on January 21st of 2020. Read More...
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Walk Through More Of The Gameplay For Moons Of Madness
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 10th of July 2019 - 05:00 PM ]
Moons Of Madness A new edit of the Moons Of Madness gameplay from E3 is here to show off more of the horror Moons Of Madness has in the wings for us Right after E3 we had a good look at some of the gameplay that was out there for Moons Of Madness and the horrors it could contain. It may have been a good look for some of you out there, but there was some commentary from Rock Pocket Games that played over the dialog and sound in that video. Some of you may have been pulled out of the immersion of Moons Of Madness due to this. For those who felt that way, we have another cut of the gameplay from the floor to place you back in the horror of the game and possibly dying on Mars due to some cosmic horrors. Read More...
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E3 Hands-On — Moons Of Madness
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 19th of June 2019 - 09:00 PM ]
Moons Of Madness While at E3, I was able to see Moons Of Madness in a more intimate setting than just a trailer. Here is my take on Moons Of Madness. We are definitely in an era where the cosmic horror game and story is all the rage and we have another to add to the list out of E3 with Moons Of Madness. Sure, Rock Pocket Games did not announce the game during the event, that took place a lot earlier, but they were out there with Funcom to show off where the game was at as we get ever so closer to the October 31st release date for the game. Just the perfect time for the setting of Moons Of Madness and for all of those who get scared easily to stream to the world on their PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Read More...
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Moons Of Madness Is Announced & Taking Our Fears Further Into Space
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 26th of March 2019 - 07:00 PM ]
Moons Of Madness A new cosmic horror title, Moons Of Madness, is announced with Moons Of Madness diving into the horrors of sanity in the vast void of space The cosmic horror trend continues as we have another title in the vein of it all announced with Moons Of Madness. This is not to say it is a bad thing, but it does look like the shift for the year is going strong with Rock Pocket Games digging into it as well for this Halloween. I will always take a good horror game for that time of year. Also, given the fact that Moons Of Madness looks to be taking on some of the better aspects of some of my other favorite space-themed horror games, I will take it all again. Read More...
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Moons Of Madness Will Be Testing Your Sanity Next Year
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Monday, 14th of August 2017 - 05:00 PM ]
Moons Of Madness A new horror title, Moons Of Madness, has been announced and it looks like Moons Of Madness will mix science with Lovecraftian horror when it launches If you've been hoping to go back into a space or other-world setting but also have that horror aspect mixed in, then you'll be glad to see that Moons Of Madness has just been announced and heading to the PS4, Xbox One, and PC sometime in 2018. It may not be exactly what you have been looking for recently, but it does look like Rock Pocket Games is going to try to give you some great scares while placing you in an unfamiliar setting to add to it all. Moons Of Madness is being slated as a Lovecraftian Horror in terms of horror and it looks to be taking place on Mars also. Read More...
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