Horrible Newswire: Play Nicer

Game publishers will try and bend the rules as much as they can, which is why it is so satisfying when they snap back in their face like Sony and EA this week. Our week focused on charity donations, indie Tetris movies, retro game collecting, game night announcements, and pinball, so there’s a lot of… Continue reading

The 2011 Grimmys: How We Do Game of the Year – The Horrible Show 122111

Before they head to the digital voting booths, Justin, Cole, Ethan, Justin, and Josh expand on their own definitions of Game of the Year. They also throw out a few last minute considerations of game’s that haven’t been stealing recent headlines. Send in your questions to simon@horriblenight.com or @TheHorribleShow Show Notes Cast: Justin L, Cole,… Continue reading

ThanksGaming Feast 2011 – The Horrible Show Live 110911

The live podcast is back with good intentions that predictably fall like a soggy nacho. Justin, Cole, Ethan, Justin, and Josh assemble their lists of games to be thankful for, while the live chat helps us select the best gaming meal from the nominees. Send in your questions to simon@horriblenight.com or @TheHorribleShow This show was… Continue reading

Horribly Awesome Deals of the Week: Buy Cheap and Help Us Give

So you’ve probably noticed our upcoming 24 Hour Gaming Marathon to Benefit the Child’s Play Charity, but maybe you don’t have enough games to actually play for a whole 24 hours. Luckily for you, the deal machine is back with what I think is one of the best set of deals to ever grace the… 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

Duke Nukem Forever’s PR Firm Thinks PR Means Pissed Revenge

As many of you may know already, Duke Nukem Forever didn’t exactly dazzle anyone despite the insane amount of teasing and hype surrounding its long awaited release. Feeling the need to imitate a mother bear protecting her cub, The Redner Group (the PR team behind DNF) lashed out at the game’s critics, stating: “Too many… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: Hax On, Hax On

…And release. That was it. One week and it’s all over. Now all we have to look forward to is a helluva lot of games heading our way. In a non-traditional news week, we recap a few of the non-E3 stories. You can still check out all of our E3 coverage of featured games, daily… Continue reading

Games of June are Forever

This month shouldn’t even be real. First of all, the apocalypse was supposed to have happened by now. Next up, E3 may not leave any survivors. But here we are, and that game that should have never been finally arrives. Love him or hate him, for better or worse, Duke Nukem is back. Add in… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: It is Finished

It’s the end of an era, Duke Nukem Forever is a complete game which is probably worth celebrating more than whatever the game ends up playing like next month. There was also a couple of interesting resurrections in a Halo: Reach demo and Hellgate: London closed beta. Things are getting silly before E3. Here on… Continue reading