The 2013 Grimmys: Award Selections Part 4

Some of the games of 2013 deserve more than just a participation trophy. Justin, Ethan, Aaron, Coop, and Jordan settle in for a five part deliberations to hand out The 2013 Grimmys. This round is all about expansions, looks, mobility, and teamwork. This special episode is a part of The 2013 Grimmys, Horrible Night’s game of the… Continue reading

The 2013 Grimmys: Date Night Award

There are a lot of factors to take into account when attempting to finding that perfect game to play with your significant other. This game can turn any date night into a date morning. (Horrible Night supports safe gaming.) Gone Home The perfect replacement for your typical movie night, Gone Home’s nostalgic and engrossing story… Continue reading

Night Force Action Report #113 – Have Another

Aaron and Justin coast along through painful goodbyes to bring back the Night Force. Aaron with his Pikmin and his criminal ways. Justin with his Alien Rage and Russian strong men. It’s the big beefy podcast that you all deserve. Night Force Action Report – The editorial video game podcast where the HorribleNight.com cast gets… Continue reading

Night Force Action Report #111 – Quenched

4 players almost proves to be too many for the Night Force to handle. Josh advises everyone to Gone Home. Aaron makes a case for the new Sam Fisher. Ethan makes games instead of breaking them. Justin wanders around in an Activision Blizzard. Night Force Action Report – The editorial video game podcast where the… Continue reading

Night Force Action Report #109 – Define Good

Aaron rediscovers Luigi and local multiplayer but only after getting caught stealing. Justin supports Scrooge, Murder, and botched assassinations. All of this comes together while they figure out how not to talk about dat Saints Row IV intro. Night Force Action Report – The editorial video game podcast where the HorribleNight.com cast gets caught up… Continue reading

Radio Waves for 9/14/12

This week’s been kind of crazy with events left and right about new Apple products and Nintendo’s Wii U. They serve as effective notices that my current tech has become stone-age levels of useful. I spend most of my time rolling my eyes at my phone from 2010 and my Wii stares at me with… Continue reading