Night Force Action Report #105 – Khajerk Ride Along

Aaron returns from the cabin in the woods with plenty of loot and friendly demons. Ethan drives his truck to MOBA training. Justin tries to avoid killing his companions with Steam trading cards. Plus Cthulhu and the best food in the galaxy. Night Force Action Report – The editorial video game podcast where the HorribleNight.com… Continue reading

Are Horror Games Getting Too Much Action?

Think of the scariest movie you’ve ever seen, the type that stuck with you for days, if not months, tugging at the mental strings that control fear. Do you have one? Great. Now think about the protagonist of that particular movie and the type of gun or martial art they used to finally destroy the… Continue reading

Call of Cthulhu: Wasted Land Reflex Review: Not a Wasted Effort

There comes a time in a fan-boys life where he must realize that his idle and idolized franchise is fallible. For me, an obsession with H.P. Lovecraft has equated to constant disappointment when attempts at translating his weird fiction to other mediums has exploded into a juicy spray of broken heart juice (well, most everything other than the incredible Call of Cthulu: Dark… Continue reading

What We Are Playing November 2011 – The Horrible Show 112311

The monthly visit to our now playing list reveals that Justin, Ethan, Josh, and Brandon may not have planned out their 2011 game schedule too well. Beyond Skyrim and Modern Warfare 3 there are still a lot of great contenders out there yet to be played. Send in your questions to simon@horriblenight.com or @TheHorribleShow Show… Continue reading

The Horrible Show 11-03-10: Your Opinion is Wrong: Horror Games

After a week off, Justin, Cole, Ethan, and Christina make quite a mess when they open up their horror game memories. Unrecognizable bits of Alan Wake, Resident Evil, Eternal Darkness, Dead Space, and more, stain an otherwise horrible episode. Send in your questions to simon@horriblenight.com or @TheHorribleShow Maybe we held onto Halloween just a little too… Continue reading

Guillermo del Toro Producing “Lovecraftian Horror” Game

When we spoke about director’s we like to see take a stab at games, Guillermo del Toro was a man whose name rose to the top. Known for the intense imagery present in titles such as Pan’s Labyrinth and Hellboy, del Toro’s abilities seem a perfect fit for the interactive medium of video games. Now that he’s been… Continue reading