Top Video Game Podcast #207 – Soul Digger Remix Pass

Aaron and Justin are really concerned for all of the souls of video games now that E.T. has been recovered. Aaron is also into NES Remixes. Justin loves failing at Dark Souls II. Plus Mario Kart 8 preorder bonuses, Twitch domination, and more. Top Video Game Podcast – Gaming topics worth talking about according to the Horrible… Continue reading

REPLY TO ALL: Controller Prejudices

After Valve got weird on us with its new controller, it led us to this weeks’ question: REPLY TO ALL – The Horrible Night contributors answer gaming questions and try to determine who has the right opinion. When were you right/wrong about judging a new controller? Andy: I have a confession. I liked the original Xbox controller…. Continue reading

Video Game Memory Leak: Q*bert

I was pretty obsessed with Q*bert back on my Atari 2600. Over time though, those memories blur into a mess of jumping and tiles changing colors. I never spent any real significant time with the arcade version until recently, and I quickly realized what Q*bert has been cursing about all of this time. Q*bert’s world… Continue reading

Why We Game – The Horrible Show Live #321

Gaming journalism has gone under the microscope lately leading into the most criticism filled part of the year so Justin, Josh, Ethan and Cole step and look at to their gaming roots to discuss what keeps them coming back. The Horrible Show – Join the editorial staff of as they discuss a variety of… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: April O’Neil was Better

I think April is the new-old January and the news just isn’t as consistently flavorful. However, we did find some release dates and preview info worth talking about. Locally, we formally announced our next game night event and previewed more games in one week than we ever have before (2). Every day we are on… Continue reading

Drink Some Gaming History In Your Atari Glasses

Being an adult gamer has its perks, mainly in that we’re in control of our money now and can waste it on whatever products we see fit. Case in point, these awesome Atari-themed glasses available from ThinkGeek. I grew up with the retro Asteroids arcade cabinet in my room, so I’m considering picking these up… Continue reading