Horrible Newswire: Kickstarter Holodeck

If anyone can build the stepping stones to bringing the holodeck in real life, I trust in John Carmack. Also, I gotta say Conan’s Clueless Gamer series is really winning me over. Horrible Night Out – Hard and High was a success, thanks to all that made it out. Finally, it looks like Cole and… Continue reading

Horrible Newswire: Not In E3

E3 2012 is in the books. So what happened? Check links to our coverage below. Beyond that though, we shared a number of new stories that got a bit a lost in the flood of media for the event itself. Last Week’s Headlines Microsoft reveals its Summer of Arcade lineup. The PlayStation Move has a… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: Who Wants to Make Awesome?

A truly memorable week for fans of the industry with Double Fine shaking things up on the business side with a record setting Kickstarter project. Funny that Activision also announced this week that they’ve made more money than ever before. On Horrible Night we posted a triple dose of Gaming Crushes and a triple dose… Continue reading

Gaming Crushes: Will They or Won’t They? – The Horrible Show #303 Live

Justin, Cole, Ethan, and Josh answer the important question about your favorite video game character pairings: Will they or won’t they? Zelda and Link, Samus and Metroids, Lance and Bill, and other couples you wouldn’t ask about. Send in your questions to ask@horriblenight.com or @TheHorribleShow The Horrible Show – Join the editorial staff of HorribleNight.com… Continue reading

Celebrate Valentines Day with a Little Twisted Metal

Twisted Metal will be released and fortunately for all you lonely single people out there, it’s coming on a day that tends to cause you quite a bit of depression. Yes, now instead of drinking boxed wine and crying over pictures of that girl/guy that you liked in high school but who never knew you… Continue reading

The Art of Video Games Exhibition Selection Process Underway

The Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Renwick Gallery are taking votes on which, out of 240 games spread across almost the entire spectrum of consoles, will be featured in the exhibition The Art of Video Games from March 16 to September 30, 2012. From the website: The exhibition will feature some of the most… Continue reading