Horrible Times #401: The First One

And… we’re back. After a two week break Horrible Night returns in full force. We’ve got original editorials, podcasts, livestreams, reviews, previews, and gamer culture articles queued up and ready for eyeballs and earholes and any other holes in your face that you care to use. You’ll be hearing all about the video games we… Continue reading

Art of Video Games Eras 4-5 – The Horrible Show 051811

Now that we’ve been schooled by the curator Art of Video Games, Justin, Cole, Ethan, and Justin finish their analysis of the winners lists and move on to the modern eras. From the N64 to the PS3 see which selections awed us and which raised eyebrows. Send in your questions to simon@horriblenight.com or @TheHorribleShow Truthfully,… Continue reading

The Thing Retro Review: Friends, Foes and I Don’t Knows

Very few movies turn into competent video games. Whether it’s the push to meet unrealistic deadlines or the nature of using games as marketing materials, the bar tends to be set quite low. When a game does surpass expectations, it does so by understanding the important themes present in the movie and how to transition… Continue reading

Killzone 3 Demo is Squeezable but not Soft

If Bulletstorm doesn’t soak up all of your attention in February, you might want to check out Sony’s 3rd installment to the well-known and exclusive Killzone series. I’ve always had a soft spot for Killzone.  I think it stems back from not owning an original xbox and having access to Halo: Combat Evolved. Killzone was… Continue reading