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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.

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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The Complete ++Good Games 2013 VGA-P

Foreword: This afternoon on Reddit there was a posting from Veritasium10 regarding the veracity of Facebook’s likes which helped shed some light on our recent ++woes using the platform. We posted a comment on Reddit first thing in the morning and the comment string blew up getting over 2000 upvotes throughout the day. Because of […]

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First Test Footage of Mighty No. 9 is LIVE!

This is a demonstration of what Mighty No. 9 will look like, and if you’ve backed the project (like yours truly), it only makes you that much more excited!

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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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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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E3 2013 – And the Winner Is:

We are. Gamers are the winners of E3. When Sony and Microsoft first revealed their next generation consoles a few months ago, I was right there with everyone else: vomiting negativity and incredulity. I was aghast at how Microsoft could make an attempt to control the used games market, and I was echoing conspiracy theories […]

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