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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.

Nintendo Announces New Gamecube Controller Adapter for Wii U's Smash Bros.!

  Today, via Twitter, Nintendo announced that they’ll be manufacturing an adapter for the Wii U that’ll allow us to (blessedly!) play the new installment in the Smash Bros. franchise with our Gamecube controllers! This is something that’s been on the minds of Nintendo enthusiasts ever since the Wii U hit store shelves nearly two […]

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LEGO Batman 3 Beyond Gotham Announced

  Warner Bros. Studios, owner of DC Comics and Warner Bros. Interactive, let fly that LEGO Batman 3 will soon be a reality. Rejoice! Of all the LEGO franchises, it’s been Batman that’s received the most consistent praise from a wide variety of sources, and now that story continues. In the trailer, you’ll see the […]

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++Review: Disney Infinity

Disney Infinity is an absolute disappointment. I was excited beyond measure when it was announced. Being a huge Skylanders supporter and fan, hearing that a similar franchise was emerging, but with the Disney characters, worlds, and brands, my hair stood on end with electric anticipation. What I got was, instead of a fun, wonderous romp […]

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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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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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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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