The Horrible Show #502 – About Your Living Situation

Justin ruins more memories of his childhood but sticks with Strider. Ethan and Jason are put in charge of yet another village. Plus the return of Phil Fish, clicking fatigue, exciting ghosts, Space Jam, giant robots, and early access chaos. The Horrible Show – Join the editorial staff of HorribleNight.com as they discuss a variety of… Continue reading

Top Video Game Podcast of the Week #102 – Overfocused

Justin, Aaron, and Justin G will not allow puppy poop to prevent this podcast. Justin G wants to know who the Xbox One reveal was for, Aaron is just happy that Guild Wars 2 let him go long enough to talk, and Justin wants more Double Fine Kickstarters. Top Video Game Podcast of the Week… Continue reading

Humble Weekly Bundle Features Blendo Games

Humble Bundle has yet another weekly bundle action  action pack out, this one featuring  games from Blendo Games. For $1.00 or more you get Atom Zombie Smasher, Flotilla and Air Forte (plus the soundtracks) while those generous enough (that term is used loosely here) to pay the average or above will also get Thirty Flights of Loving (also… Continue reading

Horrible Newswire: Need for Constant Reassurance

Not much is clear in December in the gaming industry, at least until the awards come out. Until then, it’s filled with a lot of reflection and predictions and last minute shuffling for the next quarter of releases. The weirdest thing? The VGA’s turned out to be watchable this year. Predict that. Ethan continued to… 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

Horrible Newswire: Clay Bookends

2012 is coming to a close and so is Nintendo Power. It’s also never too early to talk holiday sales figures or find new ways of making money. We of course continue to be engrossed in the Wii U while we turn our attention to wrapping up as many games as possible (with reviews) before… Continue reading

Double Fine Gets Humble for its Next Amnesia Fortnight Bundle

Double Fine has been making a name for itself for its creative approach to game development and promotion. After setting a new bar on Kickstarter, Double Fine is moving back to the creative pool that brought forth games like Costume Quest, Stacking, Iron Brigade, and Once Upon a Monster – the Amnesia Fortnight. Which essentially… Continue reading

Hard and Good Games – The Horrible Show Live #318

Justin, Josh, Ethan and Cole all agree that it is no small feat when a game that’s designed to be hard comes out to be just a fun and memorable as its more forgiving cousins. They discuss the intricacies that separate the hard games from the cruel games. The Horrible Show – Join the editorial… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Boxes Full of Adventure? Thanks Bundle in a Box: Adventure Bundle

The “pay what you want” bundle has become as common lately as the independent games it features. I can only describe the ability to pay whatever price I want for a diverse selection of games as unreasonable but in a sort of positive way.  While my familiarity with this style of commerce has been driven by the friendly folks at… Continue reading

Your Android is Too Cocky, Show It Some Humility with Humble Indie Bundle #2

Those who thought the geniuses over at Humble Bundle were playing favorites with the PC may be shocked to find out that the second bundle made specifically for Android smart devices is available for savvy gamers who are too busy to play cheap games at home. This means that you didn’t know about the previous Humble Bundle,… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: Seaman Joke

So it turns out that the 3DS is doing just fine. Fine enough for an old friend to swim its way to the system and for demons to invade your brain. Didn’t follow that? You may be more interested in Syndicate reviews as they are making about as much sense. The Horrible Night writers were… Continue reading