Top Video Game Podcast of the Week #119 – You’re Doing It Again

When Coop gets a bit lost in his gaming library, he can’t help but slice zombies. Justin tries to see BioShock Infinite through one more time, but time is running out. Plus Halloween updates, strong women, and damned music. Top Video Game Podcast of the Week – The interactive weekly gaming updates show featuring the… Continue reading

Bro In It – Super Gaming Best Friends Live #122

Animals and the Wii U duke it out this week for the affection of the SGBF’s. Also, Josh likes colossus, Justin cries over Connor, Cole plays with furries, and Ethan learns to love the jungle. Super Gaming Best Friends: the podcast where Horrible Night writers and friends get caught up on their latest video game adventures… Continue reading

Blame Video Games: Are Jungles Worth Saving?

Ever since I can remember, people have been talking about the importance of saving the rainforest  While being full of beautiful and rare flora/fauna (and possible cures for all kinds of diseases), it would appear that the most important aspect of preserving these large groupings of exotic trees is due to the fact that they’re responsible… Continue reading

Techland Upgrading Medieval Dead Island Mod into Project Hell

Last year, Dead Island and Techland gave gamers one hell of a zombie playground. Its sandbox gameplay and brutal first-person combat left its savage mark in the crowded zombie game genre. It should come as no surprise that the developers were having as much fun with their game engine as our co-op parties were. As… Continue reading

Wanted or Needed: A Question of Violence

As some of you may know from previous articles/podcasts, I’ll be embarking on an international adventure at the end of the summer. My wife, the perpetual ladder climber that she is, has accepted a really great position within her company, a position that requires us to move from Indianapolis, Indiana to Berlin, Germany for about… Continue reading

Speculate Iterate: Resident Evil 6 Will Be “Totally New”

With the release of Resident Evil: Revelations and the ever enticing prospects of Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, there’s a lot for Resident Evil fans to be excited about in 2012. However, should you be a Resident Evil purist, there’s quite a bit to be concerned about as well, especially when looking at the direction… Continue reading

Wizardtrain187’s Games of the Year 2011

2011 was the year of unexpected derailment for yours truly as quite a few highly anticipated games got neglected as a result of stumbling across (and subsequently loving) several lesser known indie titles. I still think that 2011 was a huge year for AAA gaming, especially with the back-to-back blockbusters that “Mega Release Fall” produced…. Continue reading