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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.

DRIVECLUB could be MY 2014 Game of the Year

Foreword: Before everyone flames this post as ‘clickbait’, please make sure you see that the title of the article reads “MY Game of the Year for 2014″. This article does not go into the myriad server and PS+ delay issues as there are already countless articles, reviews and forum posts on those subjects. These views […]

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Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair ++Review

I’m going to say at the start of this review that I had noooooo idea what to expect when I was handed a copy of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc earlier this year. Our resident NIS expert, James Bacon (of Your Daily Bacon Fame), passed along some information through after his interview with Phoenix Spaulding but, […]

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++Good Games Review: Fez

You can’t talk Fez without talking Phil Fish and his flash-in-the-pan tenure in the public eye. There, I mentioned him, and while I have a wide variety of opinions on the guy and some things he’s infamous for having said, this isn’t ++Good People. So, with that out of the way, let’s discuss the game, […]

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James' RETROCITY look back on Skullgirls

Ah, Skullgirls. When the gaming media flipped the eff out over your announcement, I was stoic. When the tourney scene took to you like a fish to water, I was apathetic. When Steam decided to list you at $5.00 during a holiday sale… I couldn’t say “no.” Finding myself in the possession of one of […]

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Retro Gaming with Max Webb – Shadow Warrior (1997)

Foreword: Ladies and gentlemen, meet Max Webb. I’ve known this guy since the day he was born and he’s presently a high school student that has joined our crew as an intern. He’s taken it upon himself to put together a few thoughts regarding the games he plays, giving us insight to young gamers who […]

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++Review – Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare

This is the age of the FPS. Whether you like it or not, it has become the staple genre in our humble hobby, and I can understand why. All stories require conflict, good stories require meaningful conflict, and good interactive stories require meaningful physical conflict. It’s just the way this industry has been molded. There’s […]

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