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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.

Our latest episode is now available on Stitcher Radio

Listen to all of our episodes without ever having to leave your browser thanks to the folks over at Stitcher Radio. You can listen in using the Stitcher widget below: Thank you again for your continued support and please be sure to tell your friends all about the ++Good Games podcast.

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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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++Interview – Pencil Test Studios Speaks Out!

Pencil Test Studios was gracious enough to invite ++Good Games into their space to talk to us about their previous projects and experience in the industry, but primarily to get the word out about Armikrog – their Kickstarter campaign(click here for part 1 and part 2 of that interview). To return the favor, we invite […]

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Is it time for Trip Hawkins to come back to EA?

When Steve Jobs made his return to apple, it meant rebirth for the ailing organization.    Could lightening strike twice by brining EA back to it’s roots and core values as well? When Steve Jobs made the decision to leave Apple in 1985, he recognized that a great majority of their business was coming from […]

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++Good Games Podcast – E3 2012 Recap

++Good Games is back with an E3 cool down! In this edition, we talk about the climate of ultra violence that seemed to permeate the show, and the reactions prompted by it; as well as our own individual interpretations, and why these reactions could be a little over the top. We observe and discuss the […]

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