Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition – Games of 2015

I mean, it worked. I tried Puzzle & Dragons a couple of years ago on my iPhone because I heard it was the biggest game in Japan at the time and it didn’t set my world on fire. Add Mario though, and apparently its worth losing all kinds of sleep over. Ok, the Puzzle & Dragons… Continue reading

E3 15: Recap Show

E3 2015 started a few days early this year and never let up. What just happened? Justin, Aaron, Cole, and Josh relive the highs and lows of the press conferences, find their favorite games, and makes some predictions for 2016. This is a special event podcast episode for E3 2015. If you want to see… Continue reading

Super Gaming Best Friends #407 – But What Level is Your Beard?

10 hours sessions have Jordan wanting to retreat to a kid-friendly world of blocks. Aaron just likes getting beat up across multiple platforms. Justin only meditates so he can abuse alcohol and take match 3 breaks. Plus sneaky Bethesda isn’t sneaky. Super Gaming Best Friends: the podcast where Horrible Night writers and friends get caught up… Continue reading

Backlog Commando Kenny Played The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

I try not to gush too much, but if you listened to the podcast, I gushed all over A Link Between Worlds. I love Zelda, but the last few outings haven’t really done it for me. Skyward Sword was slow, plodding, and held back by motion controls; Twilight Princess was… well, just totally expected. Listen to… Continue reading

Backlog Commando Cole Played The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

The saying “familiarity breeds contempt” often holds true when sequels don’t expand much on the predecessor, but that couldn’t be further from the truth with The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. After enough time, familiarity can turns into nostalgia and little callbacks to the original game lead to knowing smiles. A Link Between Worlds… Continue reading

Played The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds – To The Past

A cross country flight and not feeling my other game options led me back to Link. It had been a long time old friend. Of course I couldn’t just pick up where I left off on The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, I had to start the game over because that’s what I do. The game… Continue reading

VG Fashion Police: Resident Evil: Revelations’ Jessica

I’m probably the last person that should be making  judgment calls on people’s clothing choices. I only really own a couple of pair of pants and one of those happen to be lederhosen. After playing Resident Evil: Revelations, however, I feel the need to call out a certain BSAA agent in regards to what she… Continue reading

SteamWorld Dig Review: Pick of the Litter

There existed a time where video game stories were just simple launch-off points for the player’s personal fun and imagination. SteamWorld Dig is a Western about steam-punk robots living above a sprawling mine full of riches and mysteries. Returning to town after the possibly untimely demise of his uncle Joe (not sure if robot deaths are… Continue reading

Top Video Game Podcast of the Week #111 – Red Heist

Andy drops some serious Saints Row and Mars knowledge in his podcast debut. Justin will take an arcade machine any way he can get it, he’s even practicing for a potential heist. Plus the 3D in 3DS, and Gen Con wants our gaming attention. Top Video Game Podcast of the Week – The interactive weekly… Continue reading

Horrible Times #416: The New Past

It has been a timewarp around games recently, I thought we were on the cusp of a new generation. I guess leave it to a Nintendo news week to take you back to the classics, but I don’t know if that magic is working anymore Big N. I will say I’m feeling better about the… Continue reading