Don’t Charm My Pants Off – Super Gaming Best Friends #203

Aaron gets lost in a book of wizardry, Ethan tries to avoid starving, and Justin is still very susceptible to Nintendo propaganda. Plus Resident Evil reboot rumors, disappointing Caves, and zombie platforming. Super Gaming Best Friends: the podcast where Horrible Night writers and friends get caught up on their latest video game adventures and then get… Continue reading

You’re Playing It Wrong – The Horrible Show 113011

Even our remarkable cast can struggle with a particular type of game from time to time. Justin, Cole, Ethan, Justin, and Josh sit down for some genre coaching for fighting, strategy, FPS games and others to find out who gives the best gaming advice. Send in your questions to simon@horriblenight.com or @TheHorribleShow Show Notes Cast:… Continue reading

Does August 2011 Matter? – The Horrible Show 091411

The full cast reunites for the first time in a month as Justin, Cole, Ethan, Justin, and Josh overanalyze August’s headlines. PS3 price drop, Origin troubles, real cash in Diablo 3, indie games rising, plus something called Mega Release Fall. Send in your questions to simon@horriblenight.com or @TheHorribleShow Long Description Coming Soon Show Notes Cast:… Continue reading

Video Game Pricing – The Horrible Show 081711

Since everything is priced too high Justin, Cole, Ethan, Justin, and Josh put their collective lack of a single economics or business degree together to find a sensible modern pricing model for video games. Result? You paid too much for this. Send in your questions to simon@horriblenight.com or @TheHorribleShow Long Description Coming Soon Show Notes… Continue reading

What We Are Playing June 2011 – The Horrible Show 062911

Surprisingly, June turned out to be a hell of a month for gaming. Justin, Cole, Ethan, and Justin run through their standout games and answer questions about Trenched, Crysis 2, Borderlands, Shadows of the Damned and others. Send in your questions to simon@horriblenight.com or @TheHorribleShow We’ve been complaining a lot lately about our backlog of… Continue reading