Mega Headlines: Fine Plus Decay

We survived E3, so what else was going on? Well for one thing, there was a bad ass indie press conference called the Horizon Conference on the final day of E3 that I completely missed, and Double Fine reestablished themselves as the kings of game funding. Sony shows just how not-rigid PlayStation Plus can be,… Continue reading

PSN Bringing Discounted Day 1 Digital Retail Releases in October

Sony came out swinging earlier than I expected in an issue that I assumed we’d to have to wait until the next console cycle to come to pass. Digital downloads of major retail console video game releases on the same day as their in-store release will be a reality on PSN in October. Not only… Continue reading

E3 12: Sony Press Conference – The Cursed Checkpoint #e312c

Sony’s 2012 E3 Press Conference and Jack Tretton. All business. Justin, Cole, Ethan, and Josh discussing the highs and lows of the press conference? About as business-like as a brick to the face. Which is still awesome. The Cursed Checkpoint is a topical video game podcast focused on discussions and interviews about a single video game,… Continue reading

Think of the Children: Budget Gaming for Kids

Back when I was growing up, there were three main options of acquiring a video game. The game could either be purchased by you, your parents or an awesome relative who actually looked at your birthday/holiday wish-list and wanted you to be happy on that special day. Another way to play a new game was… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: Expensive Videos Of Crazy People

Every day, Horrible Night is on the look out for the most interesting news items in the gaming industry to pass along to you with our unique take. The articles that just miss the cut end up in the Shiny Objects feed which can be viewed here (or on the sidebar of the site) and subscribed to here. Each… Continue reading

The Horrible Show – E3 Mini – 06-16-2010

The E3 minicast of The Horrible Show, Justin, Cole, and Christina take on the press conferences of Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony. We react to the Kinect, PlayStation Move, and Nintendo 3DS while we continue to hope 3D gaming just goes away. Send in your questions to The Indiana storms could not stop us, and… Continue reading