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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.

Nosgoth: The Legacy of The Legacy of Kain

I am mightily excited for Nosgoth, the class based multiplayer ‘shooter’ recently announced by Psyonix and SquareEnix. I’d be lying if I didn’t also say I’m incredibly disappointed, but I’ll take what I can get. I’m excited to be returning to the Legacy of Kain brand at all. I thought it had run its course, […]

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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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++Review: Tomb Raider

Words by James Bacon Lara Croft has a long and storied history. As far as famous female video game characters go, she’s second in notoriety only to Princess Peach. Lara debuted during the original PlayStation era to much fanfare, and she was lauded for the style with which she grabbed our attention, and took us on adventure […]

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Nintendo Press Conference + Day 1 wrap up

In this episode we talk about the first day of E3 2012 along with Nintendo’s press conference and some of the retail challenges their new system may encounter this holiday. Tuesday, June 5th, E3 2012… what happened, exactly? In an extremely unusual turn of events, E3 has gone from exuberant excitement on Sunday/Monday, to one […]

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Final Fantasy Realtime Tech Demo

Using a Final Fantasy demo as a showcase, Square Enix has revealed at E3 its Luminous Engine, which it describes as being for “next generation quality games”.

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