Night Force Action Report #102 – Backyard Bravado

Aaron joins the Night Force to protect the legacy of rogues, Ethan plays the best Borderlands DLC, Justin is perfect in Super Metroid failure. Plus bbq’s, equality in the 60’s, and beach volleyball. Night Force Action Report – The editorial video game podcast where the cast gets caught up on the games they’ve been… Continue reading

The Horrible Gamer #008: The British Pinch

The one thing that has always intrigued me about the PlayStation Vita, and this may sound shallow, is the hardware design itself. This is the sexiest portable gaming device available with an even sexier screen. I managed to hold off on purchasing one until very recently, but after I finally upgraded to PlayStation Plus, I… Continue reading

Night Force Action Report #101 – Punch to the Gut

Remain calm. Night Force is here. Its first Action Report contains, among other things, gaming adventures from Skyrim and Animal Crossing, an update on Brotabulous Moments in Gaming, and game pitches related to your uncomfortable smuggling habits. Night Force Action Report – The editorial video game podcast where the cast gets caught up on… Continue reading

Hey! Listen! Super Metroid Symphony Sounds as Good as It Played

The Synthetic Orchestra is known for creating orchestral compositions of select video game music. It is a project by Blake Robinson that has tackled a variety of classic games. Now he has turned his attention to one of the most atmospheric video game soundtracks of all time, Super Metroid. Super Metroid Symphony is an hour-long… Continue reading

I Confess: No Nintendo Gaming Roots

Alright, I’ll come out and say it before I start rattling off excuses and justifications: all of those classic Nintendo and Super Nintendo games that we talk about as genre-starters or so-good-they’re-still-fun-to-play? With the exception of Contra (which I beat on XBLA), Bionic Commando (which I beat in my first all-nighter), and Super Mario World… Continue reading

Think of the Children: Historical Stories – The Horrible Show 031611

Our Think of the Children series continues with analysis of the best stories of the NES and SNES eras. Justin, Cole, Ethan, Gifford, and our guest, Craig reflect on Zeldas, Metroids, Quests, and soft Squares while forgetting your favorite game. Send in your questions to or @TheHorribleShow It’s been a while since The Horrible… Continue reading