The Horrible Show 01-05-11: Does December 2010 Matter?

We can’t quite let go of 2010. At least not before Justin, Cole, Ethan, and Christina get a chance to overanalyze the game industry headlines of December. The VGA’s, Rockstar rocking, Xbox Live Rewards, and Cole says goodbye to Cali. Send in your questions to simon@horriblenight.com or @TheHorribleShow Time to sum up the last month’s… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: Steam is an Enabler

Every day we are on the look out for the most interesting news items in the gaming industry. Some make it on the site as headlines, and 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. Every Monday… Continue reading

The Horrible Show 10-06-10: Does September 2010 Matter?

We’ve got the full crew back just in time to go over the headlines of September. Among other stories Justin, Cole, Ethan, and Christina discuss Medal of Honor, Activision working with the U.S. government, Mario’s birthday, and Duke Nukem Forever?!Send in your questions to simon@horriblenight.com or @TheHorribleShow Time to get reacquainted with the full Horrible… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: This Title Was Controversial Once

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 Games of September: Moving and Reaching

After a summer full of cowboys, catching up on missed games, and tons of downloadable titles, it’s time to prepare your wallet for the onslaught of new games and hardware that is the end of the year. This month sees a couple of great franchises make their return, Sony tries their hand at motion controls,… Continue reading

Game Feast Brings Featured XBLA Games to the Fall

Microsoft continues to build on the success of its XBLA promotions by announcing the line-up for Game Feast this fall. Similar to Summer of Arcade and Block Party before it, Game Feast will feature 4 games over 4 weeks. As big fans of downloadable titles, we are excited when the platform gets focused attention like this for the… Continue reading