Killing Floor and Tripwire Interactive Celebrate 1 Million Sold with Steam Sale

Sometimes it pays off by grinding away for two years and working hard to bring an enjoyable experience to your fans. Tripwire Interactive is celebrating reaching 1 million copies of Killing Floor sold by placing the game on sale for $2.99. You can also get the Killing Floor Bundle featuring 7 items for only $4.78. For those who have… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: NeverFinal

THQ finally unleashed the bad news, and it was hard to watch. We wish them all of the best. Some familiar names are coming your way in different forms from Steam on mobile, free EverQuest, and a remaster of another Final Fantasy game. We wrapped up our month of Gaming Regrets before unveiling a new… Continue reading

Skyrim Creation Kit Coming Soon

Hold on to your Ancient Nord Helmet, the Skyrim modding scene is about to blow up. Bethesda just dropped a trailer (above) and some new info for the upcoming release of the Skyrim Creation Kit. The Creation Kit comprises the same suite of tools that the developers used to create the world and quests of Skyrim. A… Continue reading

Gaming Regrets: Mail This: Quit Crying, It’s not that Horrible

Dear Horrible Night, As I understand it, this month is all about gaming regrets. And I’d love to join in and share my feelings about games I’m sad I missed out on or games I wish I liked, except I’m not a whiny, moping child. Throughout January, Horrible Night will be featuring articles on Gaming… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: Get Off Your SOPA Box

Finally, the ESA and its members start to get taken to task for supporting SOPA thanks to multiple journalists banding together. SOPA isn’t going away anytime soon, so it’s nice to see it gaining traction in the headlines a bit more. Our short week saw a new weekly series focusing on cheap/free games, although it… Continue reading

Horribly Awesome Deals: Procrastinators’ Guide To Holiday Shopping

The season of giving is upon us and, if you’re like me, you’ve more than likely procrastinated purchasing gifts for your loved ones. I’ve actually procrastinated writing this article, so instead of breaking down the hot deals of the week, I’m going to instead point you in the direction of the best places to shop. Let The Deals… Continue reading

The Downloads Aren’t Done This Year: Trine 2, Joe Danger XBLA, Stranger’s Wrath

Silly game purchaser, you thought Mega Release Fall had ended and you were safe? Think again: there are more quality games headed to a downloadable service near you before the end of the year yet. Trine 2 the fantasy action multiplayer platformer (FAMP?) is already available on Steam for Mac and PC users. The first… Continue reading

REPLY TO ALL: Contagiously Cheap

Sales and crazy Steam specials have seriously screwed with our abilities to finish games, though they have exposed us to some titles we wouldn’t normally get into. Let’s put on our devil’s advocate hat, think of other reasons that cheaper gaming could be a problem in the near future. How have cheaper video games and… Continue reading

Indie Royale Releases ‘The Really Big Bundle’

Indie games and Steam have slowly been turning my attention back to PC gaming, and the creative bastards at Indie Royale aren’t doing me any favors. They have debuted their third bundle aptly named “The Really Big Bundle“. Here’s how it works. You have 5 days to purchase the bundle, and you pay a minimum… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: Reviews Up, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right…

Our weekly recap is back on its feet. Follow along to our daily video game industry news highlights on the new Horrible Night Newswire page, we’ll recap the best of that list every Monday as usual. Not surprisingly this weeks headlines were dominated by many many reviews.  Here at HN, we went live and celebrated Thanksgiving… Continue reading