Veks and Silence Review: Shoot Some Indie Zombies

It’s a known fact that the gaming industry is becoming over saturated with zombies. They’re spreading into every genre about as fast as the T-virus infection which created them all in the first place. On the positive side, zombies usually seem to contain more blood inside of them than is humanly possible making them quite… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: That’s Not Healthy

I jinxed it. Due to a glitch with our Shiny Objects feed, we only have a handful of articles to share this week. We could talk Google+ but why waste a headline? The Horrible Show returned to action this week while we dug through our backlog for inspiration for this week’s editorials where we found… Continue reading

Does July 2011 Matter? – The Horrible Show 081011

Seriously, you have no idea how excited we are to talk about video games again. Through audio difficulties the crew is back. After a GenCon detour Justin, Cole, Ethan, Justin, and Josh comb through headlines of July to see if any of them matter. Send in your questions to simon@horriblenight.com or @TheHorribleShow Long Description Coming… Continue reading

Zeboyd Critical of Xbox Live Indie Games Exposure

Zeboyd, creators of Breath of Death VII and Cthulu Saves the World has been openly critical about the way indie games get exposure on the Xbox Live service, exposure that could lead to revenue for smaller studios such as their own. Those that think the developer is just upset because their game wasn’t as cool as they may… Continue reading

Sequence Gives RPG’s Some Rhythm

We told you to play closer attention to Xbox Live Indie Games, and look what happened, you let a game like Sequence pass you by. What’s your excuse? Because we need one, too. We’ve seen addictive puzzle games applied to successfully to RPG’s, so what’s next? Sequence adds rhythm gameplay that will have you tapping… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: Bizarre Salute

Not drought of trailers lately, as the only difficult part is to remain focused on the games we have. Sadly, we had a couple major hits of bad news as closures continue to take their toll on the industry. Every day we are on the look out for the most interesting news items in the… Continue reading

Fluid Goes All Indie On Pac-Man

It’s hard to question the perfection of the original Pac-Man, but Fluid on Xbox Live Indie Games has taken the addictive dot-collecting mazes and added plenty of features to get your competitive juices flowing. The 30+ levels have been broken up into small trial friendly mazes to keep you coming back to top your friends’… Continue reading