Night Force Action Report #115 – Encroachment

Ethan has fashion advise for Resident Evil and doesn’t know how to Knock, Knock. Jason makes a mean Minecraft hemisphere and isn’t too bad with a pot of chili either. Justin gets drug advise in check out lines and falls hard for bad ass, Larry, er, Lara. Night Force Action Report – The editorial video… Continue reading

Night Force Action Report #114 – All Jammed Up

Ethan makes an uncomfortable return from Oktoberfest and swings by zombie and creation land. Josh fails as a starship pilot and GTA criminal. Justin takes a panda detour from slicing up demons. Plus the Riddick of video games is not the Riddick game. Night Force Action Report – The editorial video game podcast where the… Continue reading

Aftermath of The Horrible Show Live #407

Finally, someone answers all of those unanswered YouTube questions that Adam Sessler has been ignoring. Justin, Josh, and Ethan take on just about every video game topic imaginable. Including the Oculus Rift, game boycotts, Starbound, and Mega Man X FPS. Aftermath Episodes – The mics stay on after the show ends as the conversation continues… Continue reading

Station Wagon Full of Goofballs – Super Gaming Best Friends Live #207

Ethan brings stories of transformer blankets in Defiance, Justin L tries to destroy his team with old school arcade challenges, and Justin G debates the necessity of Halo 4. Plus create-a-character back stories and the HN crew almost dooms humanity. Super Gaming Best Friends: the podcast where Horrible Night writers and friends get caught up on… Continue reading

Blame Video Games: Are Jungles Worth Saving?

Ever since I can remember, people have been talking about the importance of saving the rainforest  While being full of beautiful and rare flora/fauna (and possible cures for all kinds of diseases), it would appear that the most important aspect of preserving these large groupings of exotic trees is due to the fact that they’re responsible… Continue reading

Aftermath of The Horrible Show Live #315

Justin, Ethan, and Josh hang out with the live chat audience after the Death in Video Games episode to make sure Josh doesn’t kill Justin. Also – preparing Ethan for Germany, selecting games for streaming, indie game review policies, Terraria, and more. Aftermath Episodes – The mics stay on after the show ends as the… Continue reading

How You Play the Game: I’m Sick of Crafting, I Can’t Stop Crafting

The sky glows orange from a raging inferno that was once a beautiful metropolis. Orphans run barefoot in the streets, desperately trying to flee the evil demons that gulped their parents down in large bloody bites. You look on with anger in your heart; your fists clenched at your sides, veins protruding from your forearms… Continue reading

The Difference Between Being Inspired and Ripping a Game Off

There’s a phenomenon I’ve noticed among supposedly refined people where anything they do or see is compared to something else. Regardless of the quality, similarities are seen as negative points against whatever item they’re judging, resulting in the detestable status of “rip-off.” In all honesty, I’ve found myself labeling things in this way, scoffing at… Continue reading

Make a Statement about your Love of Terraria with a Sweet T-Shirt or Three

I’ve struggled to find ways to show the world that I’m a Terraria fan. My attempts at reconstructing my digital labyrinth met a bit of resistance from my gal and the wyvern costume I crafted just ended up looking like an under populated Chinese festival dragon. Fortunately for me, the kind folks over at SplitReason have put together some swanky gear… Continue reading

Give Me Your Hands – Super Gaming Best Friends #102

Are you looking for bonding situations involving video games? Well, Josh, Justin L, Ethan, Cole, and Justin G uncover the Swayze secrets of Terraria, find peace in Mass Effect 2, support Skyrim detractors, all while trying to save THQ. Super Gaming Best Friends: the podcast where Horrible Night writers and friends get caught up on their… Continue reading

Wizardtrain187’s Games of the Year 2011

2011 was the year of unexpected derailment for yours truly as quite a few highly anticipated games got neglected as a result of stumbling across (and subsequently loving) several lesser known indie titles. I still think that 2011 was a huge year for AAA gaming, especially with the back-to-back blockbusters that “Mega Release Fall” produced…. Continue reading