The Jack Spot – Super Gaming Best Friends Live #120

Josh loves the 2nd President of Japan’s butt, Justin escapes indecisiveness by fleeing to Saints Row, Cole would rather be punching Mike Tyson, and Ethan gets run offline by zombie drivers. Plus Dishonored, NFS: Most Wanted, 3DS praise and found footage. Super Gaming Best Friends: the podcast where Horrible Night writers and friends get caught up… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: Ok, Who was Talking to Rovio?

Light news week, but plenty of loud mouths and frustrating sales reports. Why make a Shadows of the Damned when Just Angry Dancing with Friends is what the kids want? That is assuming of course these are the same kids that grew up loving Matilda or Kirby’s Dream Land because if our editorials are right… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: For Pirates Who Like Their Games Early and Broken

The news was not quite as explosive as previous weeks, but hopefully the explosions from the holiday weekend distracted pirates from downloading Gears 3? Maybe not. We still managed to wrap up our Mario Madness series in preparation for a successful Horrible Night Out. We’ll have video evidence soon. Every day we are on the… Continue reading

Does June 2011 Matter? – The Horrible Show 070611

Believe it or not there were plenty of headlines last month outside of E3. Justin, Cole, Ethan, Justin, and Josh set upon their monthly quest to determine if any of these game industry headlines are worth talking about in the future, and Ethan invents the next great Nintendo console along the way. Send in your… Continue reading

Ms. Splosion Man Splodes All Over July 18th

The mysterious and misunderstood dance of downloadable title release dates continues to be as funky as ever, but has revealed a familiar face that we’ve been waiting on for a while. Ms. Splosion Man will be coming to XBLA on July 13th just before the Summer of Arcade kicks off where her predeccessor sploded our… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: It is Finished

It’s the end of an era, Duke Nukem Forever is a complete game which is probably worth celebrating more than whatever the game ends up playing like next month. There was also a couple of interesting resurrections in a Halo: Reach demo and Hellgate: London closed beta. Things are getting silly before E3. Here on… Continue reading