The 2014 Grimmys: Video Game Ass Video Game of the Year

Just play the game. Don’t think about it. It’s a simple escape, after all. Experience the purity of what it means to be the most video game. It’s having as much fun as you are. Sunset Overdrive Trying to keep up with Sunset Overdrive should be exhausting, but getting around an open world has never… Continue reading

The 2014 Grimmys: Best Truckz

We support vehicular mayhem. Video game “trucks” have special qualities that either defy the laws of physics entirely or hold them too close with hilarious consequences. This truck went places it was never intended to go, and in that moment, we became one with the truck. Elephant – Far Cry 4 One defining feature of… Continue reading

The 2014 Grimmys: Day One Awards

Day One of The 2014 Grimmys. Join Justin, Cole, Coop, Aaron, Justin G, Jason and Jordan for five days of deliberations and award selections for the games of the year. Day One features butts, bros, truckz, gunz, and the most video game. This special episode is a part of The 2014 Grimmys, Horrible Night’s game of the year… Continue reading

The 2013 Grimmys: Games of the Year Awards Recap

The 2013 Grimmys are complete. Did you catch all of that? Don’t worry, neither did Cole and Josh. Justin brings them in to get a fresh and final reaction to the winners and finalists of Horrible Night’s games of the year. This special episode is a part of The 2013 Grimmys, Horrible Night’s game of the year… Continue reading

The 2013 Grimmys: Downloadable Game of the Year Above $10

The best downloadable game we played this year that cost a little bit more than a little. Rogue Legacy We’d still like to know where Rogue Legacy came from. Cellar Door Games didn’t warn anyone about the now definitive roguelike-like action platformer. Winning over hardcore fans and new fans alike, we couldn’t get enough castle… Continue reading

The 2013 Grimmys: Downloadable Game of the Year Below $10

The best downloadable game we played this year that cost next to nothing. Gunpoint Gunpoint brought the memorable spy gadgets which by itself would make it a pretty fun game. On top of the gadgets Gunpoint adds witty writing, fantastic level design, entertaining enemies, and a memorable ending. It’s easy to see which game wears… Continue reading