Played Rogue Legacy – Make this Roguelike-like Co-op-like

I owe my coworkers an apology. We wanted to find a game that was easy to pick-up-and-play single player but make progress overall as a group. Usually this means loading up a retro game with save states, but before we dug around for that I thought we’d try something more recent. Rogue Legacy seemed like a… Continue reading

Top Video Game Podcast #202 – Sue Your Pantsuit Off

Jordan makes his podcast debut and Justin immediately alienates his family. Plus cheating permadeath, id@xbox is dumb, Crawl looks cool, Geralt gets lost in Skyrim, portable mirrors, and fashionable anime. Top Video Game Podcast – Gaming topics worth talking about according to the Horrible Night staff and the live chat audience. Plus the games of the week…. Continue reading

The 2013 Grimmys: Games of the Year Awards Recap

The 2013 Grimmys are complete. Did you catch all of that? Don’t worry, neither did Cole and Josh. Justin brings them in to get a fresh and final reaction to the winners and finalists of Horrible Night’s games of the year. This special episode is a part of The 2013 Grimmys, Horrible Night’s game of the year… Continue reading

The 2013 Grimmys: Downloadable Game of the Year Above $10

The best downloadable game we played this year that cost a little bit more than a little. Rogue Legacy We’d still like to know where Rogue Legacy came from. Cellar Door Games didn’t warn anyone about the now definitive roguelike-like action platformer. Winning over hardcore fans and new fans alike, we couldn’t get enough castle… Continue reading

The 2013 Grimmys: Best Debut

New franchises need to be celebrated at this stage in video game history. This is the best new idea we’ve seen in a while. Gunpoint The complete package out of the gate, Gunpoint ran away with the puzzle platformer genre this year. It features memorable characters, fantastic writing, clever level design, great pacing, and enough… Continue reading