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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: Saints Row IV

You know, I wasn’t all too thrilled about Saints Row IV, even after E3. Honestly, it was difficult to be optimistic on the heels of the THQ bankruptcy, and the subsequent auctioning of their assets. Though Deep Silver acquired both the Saints Row IP and Volition, the team responsible, I still feared the worst. Even […]

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Amazon.com's Digital Games MAYHEM!!!

Amazon.com has begun slashing prices on tons of their digital download game titles, including XBLA bundle packs! Never in our lives did we think that someone would be able to abuse our wallets as deftly as Steam, but Amazon.com is seriously calling this belief into question. Not only can you save a ton on PC […]

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WayForward Tapped to Develop Smurfs 2 for Ubisoft

We’re always excited to talk about WayForward at ++GG, and the licenses are no different. With the likes Thor, Despicable Me, and Aliens: Infestation (all movie licenses) shining through the typical lackluster license lot, they really know how to excel at piecing together platformers. We expect Smurfs 2 will be no different. – JB

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Dishonored: The Knife of Dunwall, Available April 16th

Bethesda has just clued us in on the first DLC pack available for the critically acclaimed Arkane Studios developed Dishonored. On April 16th, for $9.99, you’ll be able to play as Daud, the assassin who… well, just watch the trailer. There is some spoiler content from the opening scenes of the game, so if you’ve […]

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Disney Infinity Toy Box Gameplay

A little bit Skylanders, and a little bit Little Big Planet, the ailing Disney Interactive looks to be able to recover, and recover well, with the 100% “Disney” Disney Infinity. I can’t wait. – JB

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Wargaming picks up Day 1 Studios for console development.

With all the news floating around about major publishers shedding console development houses, lately, I found this to be a welcome and exciting change. Wargaming – who you may remember from our Bonus Round interview with Chris Cook, or more limitedly, from our review of their flagship title, World of Tanks – has just spent […]

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