Games of April by Popular Demand

As with the beginning of any quarter, April is full of hits and misses. At first glance it’s looking like the real stars may turn out to be the downloadable titles and games that have landed on new platforms for new life. We’ve listed off the major releases of the month and our writers have… Continue reading

Does August 2011 Matter? – The Horrible Show 091411

The full cast reunites for the first time in a month as Justin, Cole, Ethan, Justin, and Josh overanalyze August’s headlines. PS3 price drop, Origin troubles, real cash in Diablo 3, indie games rising, plus something called Mega Release Fall. Send in your questions to simon@horriblenight.com or @TheHorribleShow Long Description Coming Soon Show Notes Cast:… Continue reading

E3 11: Some Horrible Awards

The question is always asked, and the answer never matters: Who won E3? We thought we’d have some fun with that question to wrap up our coverage of E3 this week on The Horrible Show podcast. However, technical gaffes prevented us from actually saving the recording of that lively nomination discussion, but that won’t stop… Continue reading

Cole’s E3 2011 Recap

It has been a week since the end of E3 and I wanted to recap my thoughts on the event. You would have already heard them but, due to the technical difficulties we had in recording our podcast this past week, those brilliant ideas were lost. So now I’m going to share them with you… Continue reading

E3 11: Microsoft – The Horrible Show 060711

Here goes nothing. Justin, Josh, and JP kick off E3 2011 with reactions to Microsoft’s Press, I mean, Global Media Briefing. Tomb Raider, Gears 3, a new dashboard, multiple Halos, and more Kinect news than a body can handle. Send in your questions to simon@horriblenight.com or @TheHorribleShow Show Notes Cast: Justin L, Josh, JP Guide:0… Continue reading

E3 2010: Microsoft Press Conference

Not surprisingly, a majority of Microsoft’s conference focused on Kinect (previously known as Project Natal) which gave the show a very Wii vibe to it. The entire show featured experiences exclusive to the console, and still managed to be a very strong lineup. In the end, they closed with a very well kept reveal of… Continue reading