THS Action Pack: The Third – The Horrible Show Live #407

Justin, Josh, and Ethan say goodbye to LucasArts, decide whether or not it’s time to buy a Vita, prepare for entering the MOBA community, and find the bow to end all bows. Plus more indie horror, Defiance on TV, and Blood Dragons. The Horrible Show – Join the editorial staff of HorribleNight.com as they discuss… Continue reading

Horrible Times #414: The Forced Farewell

I actually think that the more entertaining phenomena on April Fool’s Day are the companies that make honest announcements and don’t understand when the public doesn’t take them seriously. Granted, I’m not sure if there is a day of the year that anyone would have taken Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon seriously, but I admit… Continue reading

E3 12: Star Wars 1313 Debut Interview with Gameplay

Star Wars video games, amiright? Actually, I’ll admit I was kind of surprised at the rumors around Star Wars 1313 when I first heard about it. Mainly in that LucasArts is still pressing the franchise for new games in a post-The Old Republic world. Besides that fact and the strange title, I had no idea… Continue reading

REPLY TO ALL: Download Experimentation

Starbreeze (The Riddick Games, The Darkness, Syndicate) recently announced they are developing an exclusive game for PSN. What major developer would you like to see take a crack at a smaller downloadable title, and what do you think they would try and make? Or do you think they should stick with their AAA titles? Want… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: We Knew Better

Earnings calls were this week with THQ and Nintendo trying to right their respective ships. This led to some good news for gamers (price cuts) and bad news (failing franchises). With the podcast taking two weeks off we still cranked out a few original editorials and picked up Cole’s jaw from off the floor after… Continue reading

Gilbert and Schafer Together Again at Double Fine

One of the greatest developer tag teams has reunited at Double Fine Studios. Ron Gilbert, most recently known for the downloadable title DeathSpank, has joined Double Fine. The owner of that studio is a former co-worker of Gilbert at LucasArts, Tim Schafer. These two collaborated on a few things gamers might have heard of before:… Continue reading

Monkey Island 2 SE Features Creators’ Audio Commentary

Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge is getting even more special edition treatment than its predecessor. Not only is the classic adventure game getting LucasArts revealed that Ron Gilbert, Tim Schafer, and Dave Grossman are all participating in adding their witty commentary to the game. “Players will be able to hear the three’s insights into key… Continue reading