Horrible Newswire: Not So Complicated

While the major news cycle took a week to recover, it left plenty of room for new releases, indie games, and rumors to stand out. We featured multiple videos this week and varied opinions on Max Payne 3 before shutting ourselves in beside our Dead Space memories. Last Week’s Headlines The Diablo 3 Real Money… Continue reading

SSX Review: Weathering the Extreme

Imagine chilling harsh winds, steep mountainsides of fresh snow and ice, and treacherous drops into foggy pits that probably contain all sorts of unfriendly jagged rocks. This all sounds like something I would hate to contend with during the cold winter season, yet SSX turns all of these undesirable conditions into a spectacle of flashy… Continue reading

Sweatin’ and Snugglin’ – Super Gaming Best Friends #105

Maybe the cast has gotten too close recently because things really heat up for Josh, Justin, Ethan and JP this week as they discuss Steam boxes, SNES sports, lazy DLC, game difficulty and the start and end of Mass Effect to the point of making Ethan ill. Super Gaming Best Friends: the podcast where Horrible Night… Continue reading

Meanwhile… Mario Alive Nightmare Snowboard Effects God and Saints

Meanwhile… we’ve actually been playing games. Each week we recap our recent gaming experiences and tell you what we’re looking forward to, so you can use your time more wisely than we have. Surprisingly, not everyone is hanging out in space. Although some of us are hanging out in space times two. Justin G (GiffTor) Right… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: Truth in Revolution

Two big rumors became facts last week with the confirmation of the setting of Assassin’s Creed III and the announcement of Jet Set Radio for download. The only rumored facts spreading on Horrible Night were more tales of shame, lies about stealth missions, and Brandon standing up for video game summer camps. Every day we… Continue reading

Horrible Night Out 3/9 – Extreme Enough at Net Heads in Indianapolis (Games Update)

We’d like to invite you and your friends in the Indianapolis and surrounding area to come out and game with the Horrible Night writing staff at Net Heads for a Horrible Night Out on March 9th at 8pm. RSVP on Facebook to guarantee your spot as space is limited. In addition to playing your Xbox 360 and… Continue reading

Meanwhile… Demo Dawn Space Bastion Jam Effect

Meanwhile… we’ve actually been playing games. Each week we recap our recent gaming experiences and tell you what we’re looking forward to, so you can use your time more wisely than we have. Looks like our gamers are either in a holding pattern or just seeing what sticks this week. Aaron (BGRadio) Demos. The saddest truth… Continue reading

REPLY TO ALL: Step Up to 2012

No rest for the your game library this week: What games are you looking forward to in the first quarter of this year? Anything standing out or are the releases disappointing? Want in on the weekly conversation? Every Wednesday we pose a question on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. You can answer from Wednesdays through Mondays on… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: The Return of The

Holy Batman game, Batman. Arkham City lit up the review charts while old franchises received new updates, and gamers were extremely charitable over an amazing weekend. Here at the Night, Ethan confronts an unspoken question about our brethren, The Horrible Show can’t stop talking about marathons, and Brandon introduces us to the greatest gamer in his household…. Continue reading

It’s No Longer in the Game

Healthy competition has helped grow the game industry into what it is today. This growth spawned fantastic debates like Mario vs Sonic. Rivalries have resulted in the premature death of genres like guitar games, but there is a genre within the industry that desperately needs more competition and that is sports games. Exclusivity is king Just six short… Continue reading

PAX Hands-on: SSX

The game is still months away from release, but my stomach is already queasy from the wild ride the new SSX has taken me on. After a rocky first impression back when the game was subtitled Deadly Descents, SSX has recovered by rediscovering its roots. As I turned the corner and noticed the SSX kiosk… Continue reading