REPLY TO ALL: I Did and Didn’t Have a Choice

Which side will you take?: Morality systems are spreading out to more and more video game genres. Which games are better for it and which ones are better without it? Want in on the weekly conversation? Every Wednesday we pose a question on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. You can answer from Wednesdays through Mondays on Twitter… Continue reading

E3 11: Sony – The Horrible Show 060911

E3 week continues as we set our sights on the Nintendo press conference and their new… console? Ethan and Cole join Justin and Josh to discuss Zelda, the 3Ds games lineup, and the good and the bad of the Wii U. Would someone turn off that siren? Send in your questions to simon@horriblenight.com or @TheHorribleShow… 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

inFamous 2 Duality Trailer: Be you Angel, or Devil?

Most open world games as of late have had some sort of morality meter within. Whether you choose to be evil, good, or somewhere in between has always been up to the player to decide. InFamous 2 looks to have a little more influence on that decision making with two women harping in your ear…. Continue reading

The Horrible Show 08-04-10: Does July 2010 Matter?

Back in the present, it’s time to look at the headlines of the past month of July. Justin, Cole, and Ethan weigh the long term impact of Carmine’s mortality, Kinect’s pricing, the Zelda timeline, and our favorite NBA Jam catch phrase impressions. Send in your questions to simon@horriblenight.com or @TheHorribleShow We’ve been living in the past…… 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