City in the Sky BioShock Infinite Trailer Will Erect Your Dysfunctional Gamer

It’s no secret that BioShock Infinite is one of the most anticipated games of 2013, and continues to tease us with trailers to hopefully dilute our feelings of disappointment that have grown with every release date push. I have a love/hate relationship with these trailers.  I know I’m excited about this game. I know I’m… Continue reading

Horrible Newswire: Need for Constant Reassurance

Not much is clear in December in the gaming industry, at least until the awards come out. Until then, it’s filled with a lot of reflection and predictions and last minute shuffling for the next quarter of releases. The weirdest thing? The VGA’s turned out to be watchable this year. Predict that. Ethan continued to… Continue reading

Going Indie – The Horrible Show #310 Live

Justin, Ethan, and Josh discuss the rise and the future of indie games while attempting to define what makes a game an indie game and the differences between large and small independent developers. The Horrible Show – Join the editorial staff of HorribleNight.com as they discuss a variety of entertainment-focused video game topics. This show… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: Truth in Revolution

Two big rumors became facts last week with the confirmation of the setting of Assassin’s Creed III and the announcement of Jet Set Radio for download. The only rumored facts spreading on Horrible Night were more tales of shame, lies about stealth missions, and Brandon standing up for video game summer camps. Every day we… Continue reading

Does June 2011 Matter? – The Horrible Show 070611

Believe it or not there were plenty of headlines last month outside of E3. Justin, Cole, Ethan, Justin, and Josh set upon their monthly quest to determine if any of these game industry headlines are worth talking about in the future, and Ethan invents the next great Nintendo console along the way. Send in your… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: Protected Violence

Huge win for the industry this week as the Supreme Court ruled against California’s violent video game sales law. Hopefully, with all of this recent validation, the video game industry can actually do something with the spotlight (at least they didn’t notice Duke Nukem Forever). We focused our editorial efforts on unveiling 2 of the… Continue reading

E3 11: Some Horrible Awards

The question is always asked, and the answer never matters: Who won E3? We thought we’d have some fun with that question to wrap up our coverage of E3 this week on The Horrible Show podcast. However, technical gaffes prevented us from actually saving the recording of that lively nomination discussion, but that won’t stop… Continue reading