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Our resident new editor, James Bacon, is known for his work with GameFan as well as his eye-poking, feather-ruffling, in-your-craw-getting-posts on social media.

++Review: Starbound

It’s taken me a while to get this review out the door (about a month… sheesh), but it’s because of two very real, very valid reasons. First, I got sucked into Animal Crossing New Leaf. I never thought this would ever happen, having hated the first one so much, and also having kept away from […]

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++Review – The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

The holiday season has come, and the holiday season has gone; and while most of us have had to readjust back to our typical selves and into the doldrums that is our daily routines, I, for one, have changed forever. This isn’t a New Year’s resolution kind of thing, nor is it a lesson learned […]

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++Review – AquaPazza: AquaPlus Dream Match

I had no idea what I was getting into with AquaPazza, I’ll admit it. What I saw was a new anime fighting game from Examu (Arcana Hearts) and ATLUS. The last time I saw a new anime fighting game from ATLUS, it was Persona 4: Arena, and I absolutely loved it (and while I’ve never […]

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++Review: King Arthur's Gold

In order to describe King Arthur’s Gold, I find myself having to resort to comparison for the simple fact that it incorporates so many concepts from other genres, it’s impossible not to. Worms, Fat Princess, Team Fortress 2, Terraria… it’s no wonder the game defies conventional categorization. It is, again, no wonder that the vast […]

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++Review – Stick it to the Man!

The frequency with which I play my consoles has become more and more dependent on my reviews schedule. Recently, the XBOX has taken a backseat to all of the PS3 titles I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing. As I’ve been on the PS3 a lot more recently, it’ll come as no surprise that I have […]

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++Review – Guided Fate Paradox

Rogue was one of the most important video games ever created. It popularized dungeon crawling as a video game trope, and influenced games the likes of  Hack, NetHack, Diablo, Champions of Norrath, Baldur’s Gate, Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel, Torchlight, D&D: Heroes/Daggerdale, and virtually every other game in the Action sub-genre we’ve come to know (and […]

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