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 dreaming up definitions for a fake word and then reminding gamers that it is ok to have fun.

Every day we are on the look out for the most interesting news items in the gaming industry. Some make it on the site as headlines, and the articles that just miss the cut end up in the Shiny Objects feed on our Horrible Night Newswire Google+ Page. Every Monday we recap the shiniest of the objects, and our original articles from the previous week.

Horrible Objects

Last Week’s Headlines

Frogger: Hyper Arcade Edition

Tripping frogs.

16 headlines distracted us and here’s the best from that list:

A Closer Look At The Last Of Us Infected – GameInformer
“A little too close?”

Bioshock film adaptation loses director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo – Joystiq
“Maybe Infinite will give it a new push.”

Seattle Space Needle is a giant Angry Birds slingshot – Joystiq

Far Cry 3 trailer goes on a nasty trip, reveals pre-order bonuses – Joystiq
“I really want this game to be awesome and the trailers have been great so far.”

BioWare Agrees to Do Something About That Mass Effect 3 Ending That a Bunch of People Are Angry About – Giant Bomb
“Now that the dust settled, a bit more of a level headed interpretation of what BioWare is doing about the Mass Effect 3 ending.”

Frogger crosses the road yet again, this time in neon – Destructoid
“Will the neon frogs bounce to dubstep?”

Bounty Hunters, Meet Space Pirates And Zombies – Rock, Paper, Shotgun
“Add-on for SPAZ!”

Exploring “The Art of Video Games” at the Smithsonian