Shiniest Objects: Not How They Drew It Up

Sparks of creativity were overshadowed by the dramatic conclusion and closure of 38 Studios. The industry responded with an outpouring of support and potential job opportunities for the laid off team. Our week was focused on the enjoyable screening of Indie Game: The Movie and a lively debate centered around the rise and future of… Continue reading

Gamer’s Journey: The Rewards of Going Indie: Part One – Accidentally Breaking New Ground

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I’ve always been an exploratory gamer both inside the games themselves and outside as I try to find new gaming experiences as often as possible. That’s why this generation of games has been so exciting. Thanks to digital distribution and an increase in gaming platforms there are more games readily available than ever before. Of… Continue reading

Super Monday Night Combat Accidentally Skips Beta and is Playable Now

As if joining the ranks of the industry changing free-to-play games wasn’t enough, Super Monday Night Combat recently underwent a non-traditional launch as well. Uber Entertainment had planned on issuing a series of beta invites but those invites created some “silliness” and “wonkiness” so Uber just ran with it and opened up the game to everyone… Continue reading

Does August 2011 Matter? – The Horrible Show 091411

The full cast reunites for the first time in a month as Justin, Cole, Ethan, Justin, and Josh overanalyze August’s headlines. PS3 price drop, Origin troubles, real cash in Diablo 3, indie games rising, plus something called Mega Release Fall. Send in your questions to simon@horriblenight.com or @TheHorribleShow Long Description Coming Soon Show Notes Cast:… Continue reading