Top Video Game Podcast #209 – Cancel the Baby Farm

Justin, Aaron, and Jordan hit record for the first time in months and deliver a few surprises, useless Valkyries, Zelda the Warrior, and dancing roguelikes. Plus tampons as weapons and all kinds of lessons about when to stop working on cool projects. Top Video Game Podcast – Gaming topics worth talking about according to the Horrible Night… Continue reading

Super Smash Bros for Nintendo 3DS Demo Impressions: Tree in my Pocket

I still remember the commercial for the first Super Smash Bros to this day. Mario, Donkey Kong, Yoshi and Pikachu skipping through the field to The Turtles‘ “So Happy Together” before beating on each other like bongo drums. Those were the good old days. I played that game religiously. Rain, sun, evening, weekend, dentist appointment…… Continue reading

News and… Don’t Call It a Nintendo

Anyone who was of the Nintendo Power generation at one time in their life probably thought Nintendo was an infallible company. The Nintendo of the 80s/90s didn’t appear to be the out of touch Japanese company who passed out in their Wii money bin that we see today. Let’s just say the more time that passes the… Continue reading

Top Video Game Podcast #206 – Indie Caffeine Club Inquisition

Jason accidentally has fun while playing with the B-Team and Antisquad. Justin gets dominated by quality iPad games, and not just Hearthstone. Plus game pitches, questionable Japanese clubs, good looking inquisitions, and Bigby needs to get off the pole. Top Video Game Podcast – Gaming topics worth talking about according to the Horrible Night staff and the… Continue reading

Mega Headlines: Twitch Mac Truth

For a game that’s been in development for multiples seasons of the TV show it is based on, up until this week I still had no idea what the South Park: The Stick of Truth actually looked like in action. All the screenshots and videos just looked like cutscenes that could be confused for the… Continue reading

Inventory Check! Nice Day on the Mario Kart Bonus Beach with Benjamin Briggs

The last time I heard from Benjamin Briggs, he had me chilling out to some smooth Animal Crossing beats. His latest album though, not only tugs at the nostalgic strings of my gaming memories, but it will make you long for a nice ride on the beach. Mario Kart: Bonus Beach – “A Tropical Party Mix”… Continue reading

Hey! Watch! PlayStation Lore in a Minute (and 21 Seconds)

Gaming history buffs will remember the ironic fact that Nintendo helped create one of its greatest adversaries, the PlayStation. Thanks to the Sony Playstation Lore in a Minute video, I found another bit of irony that rubs a bit more salt into some Nintendo scars. Namely that when Nintendo suddenly dropped Sony from its potential disc… Continue reading

SteamWorld Dig Review: Pick of the Litter

There existed a time where video game stories were just simple launch-off points for the player’s personal fun and imagination. SteamWorld Dig is a Western about steam-punk robots living above a sprawling mine full of riches and mysteries. Returning to town after the possibly untimely demise of his uncle Joe (not sure if robot deaths are… Continue reading

Top Video Game Podcast of the Week #115 – Where You Were

Aaron reports in from the streets where there is a whole lotta love for Nintendo. Cole finds some video cassettes and preps for sea. Justin is the 101st choice maybe that’s why Blizzard won’t listen to him. Plus Old Man Logan and watchable Minecraft. Top Video Game Podcast of the Week – The interactive weekly… Continue reading

Top Video Game Podcast of the Week #112 – Steamy Dreams

Cole returns with more Nintendo love and more Nintendo confusion. Justin digs deep underground but it’s not spelunking this time. Plus Terminators, inclusivity, RPG anticipation and the only system seller launch title. Top Video Game Podcast of the Week – The interactive weekly gaming updates show featuring the games of the week and best and… Continue reading

Mega Headlines: 10 Handheld Carmacks

Curating the PAX 10 cannot be an easy task these days as quality indie games are released on a monthly if not weekly basis. This year’s crop already has a game of the year contender for me personally, plus a sequel to one of the best puzzle platformers I’ve ever played. Nintendo should probably find… Continue reading