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CAPCOM: 2013 Least Profitable Year Since 2005…

As reported by Gameindustry, 2013 has been a rough year for Capcom. Games like Resident Evil 6, and DmC: Devil may Cry underperformed (in the case of RE6 it was to the tune of millions of units…), and with the release of Breath of Fire 6 slated for mobile phones… the future is looking grim. […]

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++Review: Puppeteer

Klonoa, Tomba, Pandamonium, Rayman, Megaman X7 & 8; the Playstation brand has been home to some of the most charming platformers ever created. This is a list that continues in perpetuity; a list that not only enumerates all of the exclusive platformers of the Playstation family of consoles, but one that makes a sizable contribution toward cataloging all of […]

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Surprisingly Big Announcements from the 2013 SCEJA Press Conference

From Last Night: In just a few short hours, Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia (aka “SCEJA”) will be holding their 2013 Sales Strategy Press Conference.  Actually slated for Monday, September 9, 2013 we westerners will be able to pop in starting at 11pm this evening (PST) to check out all of the official statements that […]

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A new Loe (episode): ++Good Games Ep. 63 Featuring Casey Loe (pt 2)

Welcome back to another episode of the ++Good Games Podcast. In episode #63 we are once again joined by special guest Casey “Takuhi” Loe. This time, the dynamic duo of Anthony & James sit down with Casey for Round 2 (Neal was the man behind the scenes making his magic work from afar). We delve […]

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Keiji Inafune Kickstarts Mighty No.9!

Twenty-four hours is all it took for Mr. Inafune, father of Megaman, to Kickstart his new project, Mighty No.9! A new, side-scrolling action game in the same vein as our beloved Megaman, with new technology to back it, and new mechanics to set it apart. If Megaman was heavily inspired by Osamu Tezuka’s Tetsuwan Atom […]

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