Radio Waves for 9/28/12

It’s among us, my friends. Apple has pushed its iPhone 5 into all of the sweatiest, stickiest and liquid-soapiest hands of the planet Earth just one week ago. If you’re thinking that’s why there was no Radio Waves last week as Aaron was too busy crying tears of joy over getting a new smartphone or… Continue reading

Orcs Must Die! 2 ‘Family Ties’ DLC Releases Today

One of our favorite anti-orc games in the world, Orcs Must Die! 2, releases its second booster pack today on Steam.  We can’t stress enough how important it is to slay some orcs, and we can’t stress enough that there will be new ways and places to do it. The new “Family Ties” booster pack is the… Continue reading

Crash Some Castles on Steam in Less than a Week

Those of you that are snobby, PC only gamers (I’m 89% there) probably never had the joy of playing The Behemoth’s Castle Crashers. That is going to change on September 26th as medieval themed beat-em up will be hitting the imaginary shelves of Steam. Rejoice citizens, the day is good. This really is a great game and… Continue reading

Gaming Lifestyle: Do We Buy Too Many Games? – The Cursed Checkpoint #124

Justin and Ethan have noticed that their game purchasing habits have gotten a little out of control. Heading into a heavy release season they thought it would be best to talk it out before they get in over their head again. The Cursed Checkpoint is a topical video game podcast focused on discussions and interviews… Continue reading

Speculate Iterate: Valve Exploring Hardware Options

If you pay any attention to the gaming industry whatsoever (which we can assume that you do, you’re here, aren’t you?) you know that there’s a respectably restrained buzz about Valve Corporation’s RFQ for an industrial designer. Coupled with Valve CEO Gabe Newell’s known…disdain may be too strong of a word for it, so let’s… 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

Needs Bigger Dongles – Super Gaming Best Friends #117

Josh takes down spaceships with ATVs, Justin is going to coach himself out of a job, and Coop teaches everyone how to make babies. Plus Steam Big Picture Mode and revisiting Skyrim. Super Gaming Best Friends: the podcast where Horrible Night writers and friends get caught up on their latest video game adventures and then get… Continue reading

Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes Recoil Review: Form Up

My first introduction to Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes was on the Xbox Live Marketplace in April 2011. I downloaded the demo, gave it a couple of hours of attention, and I never pulled the trigger on the purchase. This puzzle RPG by Capybara Games looked good, but I didn’t know if I should… Continue reading

Hero Academy (PC) Launches on Steam August 9

On August 9, 2012, Hero Academy, the very popular iOS turn-based game will make its way to Steam. Why is this release important? Robot Entertainment promises the game allows iOS users to play against Steam players. There’s the ah-ha! moment. Hero Academy also features a new heroic team featuring the characters from Valve’s Team Fortress 2. Update 8/9/2012: Robot… Continue reading