Hey! Play! Steam Roulette to Pick a Game For You

Finally, gamers now have a weapon in the growing battle against their Steam backlog. By entering your Steam ID into Steam Roulette this free service will scan your game library and randomly select a game for you to play. It seems simple, but the payoff of having something else solve the greatest of first world… Continue reading

Radio Waves for 12/07/12

I’ve died a lot this year. Hold on, let me clarify. Most video games follow a similar structure in that there are win states and fail states. A more accurate assessment is that I’ve failed a lot this year when it comes to gaming and that failure resulted in my avatar’s death. I’m talking about… Continue reading

Radio Waves for 11/21/12

Six years ago, Nintendo put out the oddly named and motion-based Wii console. Back then, it was a curious piece of hardware that begged players to get off their butts and valid the existence of mimes around the world, swinging at imaginary tennis balls and throwing punches at cartoon avatars until they crumpled into disturbing… Continue reading

Hotline Miami Review: Bloody in Pink

A cold chill is in the air. The smell of blood is everywhere, following the path of destruction I’ve carved to get to this point. My moves have all been calculated, yet I’m nervous. My right hand shakes, but there’s no turning back now. I burst into the room, hurling the knife in my hand… Continue reading

Dungeon Defenders Celebrates 1st Anniversary with DLC and Sales

Dungeon Defenders was released only a year ago. It seems like more than that with the sheer amount of content its produced and the hours of entertainment I’ve immersed myself in. When I was perusing the Steam store yesterday I came across a massive sale on Dungeon Defenders content. Naturally, I clicked on it to find more and more… Continue reading

REPLY TO ALL: Does Steam Big Picture Change Your Living Room?

Q: After the release of Steam Big Picture mode, if you could have a PC as powerful as the next Xbox/PlayStation, and money wasn’t an issue, would you choose a PC or a console for living room gaming? Why? REPLY TO ALL – The Horrible Night contributors answer gaming questions and try to determine who… Continue reading

Mark of the Ninja Review: Silent But Awesome

There’s a number of gameplay mechanics that I don’t typically get excited about, such as escort missions and underwater segments. The one that’s always straddled the line of my disdain is the use of stealth. When my sneaking plan accidentally goes to hell and the enemy has me surrounded, my frustration reaches new heights. However, there’s nothing… Continue reading