In Indie News: Bastion Dev’s Next Game and Battleblock Theater Release Date

Bastion was a landmark achievement in the transition of indie games into the mainstream and one of our favorite games of 2011. Developer Supergiant Games has certainly been busy in converting Bastion to platforms we never expected for an action-RPG of this caliber (like Chrome and iOS), but that’s not all they have been up… Continue reading

Horrible Newswire: Celebrate While There is Still Time

PAX Prime always signals the end of the summer gaming drought for me. The final hype before the big push into the major release months. Hats off to Konami for making its presence known this year, but MGS updates seem about as interesting as Final Fantasy updates these days. We wrapped up our monthly look… Continue reading

They Like to Watch – Super Gaming Best Friends #110

The ghosts of old video games are strong in the recent video game tales of Josh, Justin, Ethan, Cole and Brandon. They learn once again to never go in alone when up against disturbingly familiar monsters, even if it means that you just have a spotter. Super Gaming Best Friends: the podcast where Horrible Night writers… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: Now with Shout Support

We took advantage of a patch notes and sales update heavy news week to read through some great editorials, as well as pay tribute to one of our industry’s forefathers. Robots attacked Horrible Night in more ways than one and we also revisited a few old favorite game characters. Every day we are on the… Continue reading

Meanwhile… Demo Dawn Space Bastion Jam Effect

Meanwhile… we’ve actually been playing games. Each week we recap our recent gaming experiences and tell you what we’re looking forward to, so you can use your time more wisely than we have. Looks like our gamers are either in a holding pattern or just seeing what sticks this week. Aaron (BGRadio) Demos. The saddest truth… Continue reading

REPLY TO ALL: Video Game Music is Better

Time to pay tribute to the best noises in video games, the music: What are your favorite video game soundtracks? Including any new updates to classic music by different artists. Want in on the weekly conversation? Every Wednesday we pose a question on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. You can answer from Wednesdays through Mondays on Twitter… Continue reading

Gaming Regrets: Mail This: Quit Crying, It’s not that Horrible

Dear Horrible Night, As I understand it, this month is all about gaming regrets. And I’d love to join in and share my feelings about games I’m sad I missed out on or games I wish I liked, except I’m not a whiny, moping child. Throughout January, Horrible Night will be featuring articles on Gaming… Continue reading

Gaming Regrets: Dosage of Indie Games

There are periods where the indie genre commands attention. In 2011, the debut album Torches by Foster the People is nominated for Best Alternative Music album at the Grammys, The Artist won the Golden Globe for Best Picture Musical or Comedy (and is expected to receive many Oscar nominations), and a little game called Bastion made several top ten games of 2011 lists from… Continue reading