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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.

We Apologize – An Open Letter to Bungie from Gamers Enjoying Destiny

Dear Bungie, On behalf of the entire team here at ++Good Games, we apologize for the way the Destiny reviews have been handled in by the gaming press this week. Destiny walked into its own personal firestorm in the wake of the “#Gamergate” controversy which had put the ethics of video game journalism under a […]

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Will Ferrell's SuperMegaBlastMax Gamer Challenge

File this under “Unbelievably Big News” but this week DonateGames, Bauer Graphics and ++Good Games all came together on this IndieGogo campaign with Mr. Will Ferrell to raise funds for pediatric cancer patients, survivors and families. “Will Ferrell is staking his claim on the gaming world, for a cause. After successfully proving his world dominance […]

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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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E3 2014: Top 5 Moments of the Sony Press Event

The last thing I want is to be accused of being biased. I dislike declaring a “winner” of E3, because I feel like, as consumers, WE are the winners, especially when all parties concerned have a strong showing. That said, it’s disingenuous to ignore just HOW strong certain presentations perform over others. Sony, much like […]

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E3 2014: Top 5 Moments of the Microsoft Press Event

The prE3-show (see what I did there?) has kicked off in style with Microsoft leading the charge. Phil Spencer opened the show with class by including Nintendo and Sony in his opening speech about the oncoming storm that is the E3 show floor, binding us all together as brothers in this wonderful hobby we all […]

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Crytek Announces HUNT: Horrors of the Gilded Age

What happens when you combine the monster massacre that is Hunter: The Reckoning with the bullet-counting, fear-stricken insanity of Day Z, and then stir them together in the cauldron of Left 4 Dead? Well, I presume you’d end up with something like Crytek’s HUNT: Horrors of the Gilded age, an apparently free to play experience […]

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