4A Games Rethinks Its Multiplayer Aspirations for Metro: Last Light

In a bit of news that should be quite a bit more common than it is, 4A Games has decided to stop work on the multiplayer portion of Metro: Last Light and put all of their effort into the single player. Apparently some E3 fan response was all it took to make the developer rethink including… Continue reading

I Learned Something Today: Darksiders II

I admit that I can be a pretty aimless person without the right motivation. However, when something matters to me or the people I care about, you can rest assured that I will be do whatever it takes to help out. That is along as I don’t get stuck or lost along the way. That’s… Continue reading

Darksiders Retrospective: Layers of War – The Cursed Checkpoint #119

Darksiders is going down as one of the most memorable games of this generation for the Horrible Night staff. Justin, Ethan, and Aaron discuss their initial expectations around the game and its growing legacy prior to the release of the sequel. The Cursed Checkpoint is a topical video game podcast focused on discussions and interviews about… Continue reading

Horrible Newswire: Trading Deadline

If you had Epic and Irrational Games in your fantasy game developers league this week, you definitely didn’t get much sleep. Actually I have no idea how that would work, but it was random that so much was moving around in those two successful companies in the same week. We introduced August’s monthly theme Death… Continue reading

Death is Versatile in Darksiders II Gameplay Trailer

Death is approaching and you might be surprised at how agile this horseman actually is. While Darksiders II has had plenty of trailers setting up Death’s arrival, THQ has unleashed a gameplay trailer that showcases Death’s combat skills while teasing some surprising inhabitants in this apocalypse:   Darksiders has developed a decent fan following and… Continue reading

Horrible Newswire: You Know What This Game Needs

The releases may be few these days, but at least they are interesting enough to talk about. At least until Activision misses the point. Even with a holiday this week, we covered a variety of game types. What did you all think of the Resident Evil 6 demo? Last Week’s Headlines Limbo gets a boxed… Continue reading

Warhammer 40K: Dark Millenium won’t go MMO

Despite the insane possibilities that a Warhammer 40k MMO could bring to the battle hardened fans of that ever battling universe, THQ has decided to take Warhammer 40,000: Dark Millenium in a different direction. The game isn’t cancelled, instead “refocused” and will concentrate on giving players an “immersive single player and online multiplayer experience blah blah blah blah blah”. Basically, it’s… Continue reading