The 2012 Grimmys: Award Selections Part 3 – The Horrible Show Live #324c

The final 11 awards of The 2012 Grimmys are all that remains for Justin, Josh, Ethan and Aaron including the overall Game of the Year. Whose opinion will be the rightest? That answer is all that matters now. The Horrible Show – Join the editorial staff of HorribleNight.com as they discuss a variety of entertainment-focused… Continue reading

Kid Icarus: Uprising Review: A Flight of Fancy

When recalling Nintendo’s broad catalog of game characters, Pit of Kid Icarus fame is not usually at the top of that list. It’s not uncommon for Hollywood to go back in time in search of inspiration, but the video game industry tends to mostly push forward or make sure people never forget about American football,… Continue reading

Meanwhile… Wrecked Mass Icarus Raccoon Monkey Flight

Meanwhile… we’ve actually been playing games. Each week we recap our recent gaming experiences and tell you what we’re looking forward to, so you can use your time more wisely than we have. That’s more like it, nothing like a week of indecision to boost up the variety of our game playing habits. Aaron (BGRadio) Thanks… Continue reading

Nintendo and Reggie Keep It Direct

Nintendo just dropped its second Nintendo Direct presentation, featuring NOA President and COO, Reggie Fils-Aime. The video includes game and release date announcements and a couple of interviews. Highlights are an April 6th launch date for Xenoblade Chronicles, the reveal of a NA localization of The Last Story and the inclusion of the 3DS stand… Continue reading

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

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