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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 – Injustice: Gods Among Us

While playing Injustice, I can’t help but think about the most recent DC films and television shows, as well as the Marvel Movieverse. I’m not the biggest fan of the Nolan/Bale Batman (though both of those men are masters of their craft), and though Arrow is an excellent show, I’m finding it difficult to really […]

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++Review: Bioshock Infinite

Ken Levine is a champion of this medium. I’ve been touting him as such since he wrote the wonderfully memorable Bioshock,  released six years ago in 2007; and whether he simply stumbles into his genius accidentally due to excellence in execution, or realizes his fresh, poignant plot devices through an exorcise in intended intellect, it is no matter. No […]

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Mobile Moment: Heroes of Destiny

This week in your Mobile Moment, we’re going to talk about Glu’s new dungeon crawler, Heroes of Destiny. Now, since it’s a Glu game, it’s designed to take your money in increments in order to open up all of the content the game has to offer (I’ll not being going into the pros and cons […]

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++Review: Tomb Raider

Words by James Bacon Lara Croft has a long and storied history. As far as famous female video game characters go, she’s second in notoriety only to Princess Peach. Lara debuted during the original PlayStation era to much fanfare, and she was lauded for the style with which she grabbed our attention, and took us on adventure […]

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++Review: Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance

On Tuesday, February 19th, Metal Gear Rising Revengeance hit store shelves like a ton of bricks. Anthony pulls no punches as he makes known his opinions on his most anticipated game of ALL TIME… or maybe just this year, but we’re only in February, so, you know, cut him a break, yeah? Is Metal Gear […]

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James Bacon's ++Review: Dishonored

Up until about two weeks ago, I had no desire to play Dishonored. It didn’t seem bad, just futile. I mean, Assassin’s Creed 3 would be releasing three weeks after, and provided what I’ve seen and played during the majority of 2012, I didn’t think Dishonored really deserved my effort. It’s Game of the Year […]

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