Every day, Horrible Night is on the look out for the most interesting news items in the gaming industry to pass along to you with our unique take. The articles that just miss the cut end up in the Shiny Objects feed which can be viewed here (or on the sidebar of the site) and subscribed to here. Each week we will be recapping the shiniest of the objects, while looking for your feedback so that you can help us define what type of gaming news is the most interesting.
Gotta say that the Tokyo Game Show kicked our ass on keeping up with news, but we’ve sorted through everything and here’s what caught our attention.
Tell us what we missed and what we got right with the wrong opinion.
21 headlines distracted us last week, in reverse chronological order here’s the best from that list.
Super Mario Collection Special Pack Images – andriasang.com
Please let this come out in the U.S. Hell, I’d just buy the box art.
Hands-on: Dead Space 2 multiplayer – Destructoid
Did not expect this addition. I’ll give it a shot.
Review: Mass Effect 2 ‘Lair of the Shadow Broker’ – Destructoid
High marks for an exciting addition to Mass Effect 2.
TGS: Suda51/Mikami/EA reveal Shadows of the Damned – Destructoid
Demon’s Souls Gets Greatest Hits Status, $29.99 Price – Shacknews
Would you go buy this damn game already?
No Hard Drive? No Halo: Reach Online Co-op or Firefight for You – Shacknews
Whoa. We’re gonna sell Arcade machines but not let you play our biggest franchise.
The Last Guardian Dated For Holiday 2011 – Giant Bomb
Team ICO finally announced dates for not only The Last Guardian but the Shadow of Colussus/ICO collection.
Rumor: Odin Sphere and Muramasa HD remakes coming to XBLA, PSN – Joystiq
Fantastic games, released in the twilight of the PS2’s era. Glad to see they are getting a chance to reach a wider audience.
Civilization 5 review: A funny thing happened on the way to the forum – Joystiq
Something for everyone in this review. Nicely done, and holy hell am I excited for this game.
Obama Wants Kids To Make Video Games [Politics] – Kotaku
There’s a lot of room for educational breakthroughs in video games.
The King Has Returned – Pikimal: Geek
Wiebe! Wiebe! Wiebe!