What Did I Expect?

Back when I was in high school, I remember walking into the local independent record store with a friend of mine. I don’t exactly recall what we were doing there, but I do remember the exchange we had with the employee standing behind the counter. It was 1999 and Axl Rose’s long delayed “Chinese Democracy”… Continue reading

REPLY TO ALL: E3 11 Game Predictions

E3 will be upon us shortly. There’s plenty of hype surrounding new hardware, but we are here for the games. This week we talk through the games we hope to hear more about along with any unlikely predictions that would melt our faces if they became a reality. Andrew (Coopopolopolis) I’m looking forward to seeing… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: Sorting Through The Remains of E3 2010

Every day, Horrible Night is on the look out for the most interesting news items in the gaming industry to pass along to you with our unique take. The articles that just miss the cut end up in the Shiny Objects feed which can be viewed here (or on the sidebar of the site) and subscribed to here. Each… Continue reading

The Horrible Show – E3 Mini – 06-16-2010

The E3 minicast of The Horrible Show, Justin, Cole, and Christina take on the press conferences of Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony. We react to the Kinect, PlayStation Move, and Nintendo 3DS while we continue to hope 3D gaming just goes away. Send in your questions to simon@horriblenight.com The Indiana storms could not stop us, and… Continue reading

E3 2010: Sony Press Conference

Winner for the most dry press conference goes to Sony. Overall a very solid show, but it failed to surprise or have a huge impact on the audience. They did detail the release of the PlayStation Move, reveal their PSN subscription program PlayStation Plus, but Kevin Butler stole the show with his inspirational speech to all gamers…. Continue reading

E3 2010: Nintendo Press Conference

Confidence looks good on Nintendo, and for once they tried their best to appeal to everyone at their press conference. Revealing updates to their classic franchises, and an impressive new handheld in the Nintendo 3DS. It will be business as usual for Nintendo moving into 2011 The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword – Miyamoto himself… Continue reading