The Summer Hype Hangover

Video game conventions like PAX and E3 mainly serve one purpose: to get the game buying public excited about upcoming releases. The fact that you can get hands on time with games that are currently in development helps to build a buzz for both positive and negative experiences. The bad thing about E3, for gamers… Continue reading

E3 and the Rest of 2012 – The Horrible Show Live #311

Now that the storm of E3 2012 is over Justin, Cole, Josh, Aaron and the chat audience recap their highlights and lowlights of the show. Afterwards they run down the must play games that are actually coming out this year. The Horrible Show – Join the editorial staff of HorribleNight.com as they discuss a variety… Continue reading

E3 12: Sony Press Conference – The Cursed Checkpoint #e312c

Sony’s 2012 E3 Press Conference and Jack Tretton. All business. Justin, Cole, Ethan, and Josh discussing the highs and lows of the press conference? About as business-like as a brick to the face. Which is still awesome. The Cursed Checkpoint is a topical video game podcast focused on discussions and interviews about a single video game,… Continue reading

The E3 Experience: Technology Blows Minds, Falls Hard, Gets Up Again

The gamer in me has always had untouchable expectations when it comes to E3. It comes from reading about historical surprises like the Saturn launch that fueled a desire in me to want to be a part of the biggest stores in technology. This desire actually pushed a lot of my initial interest in the… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: According to Plan

Bumpy week in the industry with more game delays, financial troubles, legal troubles, and lots of server issues. The good news? Two great games still came out and we managed to livestream one of them all day before turning our attention back to indie games. Every day we are on the look out for the… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: Lick this Neon Frog

Our friends at The Art of  Video Games exhibit had a big week with their opening at the Smithsonian. Elsewhere BioWare officially responded to the ME 3 ending controversy, Angry Birds went into space, and more teasing for games later in the year made us wish the summer away. At Horrible Night we were busy… Continue reading