Hard and Good Games – The Horrible Show Live #318

Justin, Josh, Ethan and Cole all agree that it is no small feat when a game that’s designed to be hard comes out to be just a fun and memorable as its more forgiving cousins. They discuss the intricacies that separate the hard games from the cruel games. The Horrible Show – Join the editorial… Continue reading

Backlog Commandos – The Horrible Show Live #317

The video game backlog is always there, always daunting, sometimes mocking, never flinching, but often spectacular. Justin, Cole, and Josh discuss techniques for navigating their backlog, their greatest discoveries, and games they wish had stayed buried. The Horrible Show – Join the editorial staff of HorribleNight.com as they discuss a variety of entertainment-focused video game… Continue reading

Mists of Pandaria Intro Cinematic Lives Up to WoW

I don’t really care about your personal opinions of World of Warcraft‘s latest expansion Mists of Pandaria. What I do care about is bringing all sides together for something we can all enjoy and that is the release of a new Blizzard cinematic trailer. With Pandaria‘s release only about a month away, Blizzard presents us… Continue reading

Don’t Be That Guy: MMO Hollywood Hero

I heard her before I saw her, a bevy of frantic gunfire drawing my attention to a thin brunette amidst a swarm of giant moth-like creatures. She was outgunned and outnumbered, mere seconds from her doom. That wasn’t going to happen though; not on my watch. I took aim and fired, the creatures suddenly taking… Continue reading

Horrible Newswire: Play Nicer

Game publishers will try and bend the rules as much as they can, which is why it is so satisfying when they snap back in their face like Sony and EA this week. Our week focused on charity donations, indie Tetris movies, retro game collecting, game night announcements, and pinball, so there’s a lot of… Continue reading

How You Play the Game: My Passion for Poison

When I was a young boy, I remember helping my mom clean up the house and noticing strange stickers on all of the cleaning supplies. They were a very distasteful shade of bright green and featured a simply illustrated black frowning face sticking its tongue out. Being the inquisitive youth I was, I asked her… Continue reading

Gaming Advocate: Pick Glory Not Flowers

As many of have noticed, they just don’t make video game heroes like they used to. It used to be simple and straightforward, but gone are the days of a hero merely walking into a castle and saving the princess. Somewhere along the way, either society started asking too much of our heroes or our… Continue reading