2015 Games of the Colefacekilla

Cole Monroe finally opens up about video games from 2015. It turns out that playing competitive games with your friends goes even farther than seeing one of your favorite genres mastered in the modern era. Justin couldn’t agree more. Subscribe Horrible Night on SoundCloud New RSS Feed New iTunes Feed TuneIn Feed (Coming Soon) New… Continue reading

2015 Games of the GiffTor

Justin Gifford finally opens up about video games from 2015. It wasn’t pretty and most of the highlights were from last year, but the groundwork (a new PC) was laid for a better 2016. Justin Lacey is just happy that Gifford finally met Rico. Subscribe Horrible Night on SoundCloud New RSS Feed New iTunes Feed… Continue reading

2015 Games of the Coop

Coop finally opens up about video games from 2015. It turns out he actually has a game of the year, but will he admit it to himself? Justin’s saw cleaver may help. Subscribe Horrible Night on SoundCloud New RSS Feed New iTunes Feed TuneIn Feed (Coming Soon) New Stitcher Feed Show Features Games of 2015 Bloodborne… Continue reading

Reason to Upgrade – PC with MS-DOS and CGA Graphics: So Many Keys, So Few Colors

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I’m not sure I knew what a computer was when I saw one awkwardly sitting on a card table in our family room. My dad was tinkering with it. Turning it on, turning it off, turning it back on. I saw him clicking on a lot of buttons as letters showed up on the screen. I… Continue reading

Power Rankings: The Assassin’s Creed Series

I’ve been riding alongside the assassins since the beginning. I’ve grown accustomed to the iconic look of Altair’s signature assassin garb as the series hurdled its way toward the modern age. Whenever someone mentions templars, I can’t help but look into an invisible camera and mutter that I hate those guys. With last year’s releases of… Continue reading

Game Association: Mortal Kombat

Mortal Kombat was released in arcades in 1992 before coming to consoles the following year. It’s impact at the time is probably just as large as its legacy that continues on into 2015 with the release of Mortal Kombat X. Mortal Kombat? MORTAL KOMBAT! Cole – I remember my friend had a Prodigy account and he printed… Continue reading

Game Association: Ninja Gaiden Trilogy (NES)

In 1989 Tecmo published the action platformer Ninja Gaiden on the NES. It went on to spawn two more sequels on the console. The series stars Ryu Hayabusa, dramatic cutscenes, and a ridiculous difficulty. Ninja Gaiden Trilogy on the NES = Cole – That’s really sad that dude’s dad had to die. – Shouldn’t Ryu’s dad have taken… Continue reading