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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.

Kixeye hiring video shows there's still fun to be had in the video game workplace

A very special thank you to Mr. Atwood for alerting us to this video goodness: Reminder: Our Trip Hawkins interview goes live tomorrow on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Mevio and on the Zune Marketplace. Get your download devices ready.

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James Bacon's ++Guide into the World of MOBA gaming (Part 2 of 3)

Right off the bat I’m going to let you all know that this piece is a bit shorter than I’d usually be comfortable with; however, with the large degree of similarities between Heroes of Newerth, DotA2, and League of Legends, I fear I’d simply be retreading previously discussed materials. Add to this the fact that […]

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++Good Games – Episode 50

++Good Games has reached the big FIVE-OH! Join us for the 50th cast of ++Good Games on iTunes, Stitcher, or Mevio! And while you’re at it, bake us a cake, or something… I mean, it isn’t necessarily a birthday, but it’s as good a milestone as any to celebrate with cake…or some bacon. Sugary cakes […]

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Five (5) Great Horror Games With Bad Graphics

The team over at (and has put together a very engaging piece on their site (and on YouTube) as to why some games are scarier than others. We’re not talking Eternal-Darkness-Silent-Hill-Resident-Evil-HD-graphics-scary either as this video shows, and breaks down, games that have RPG Maker & Half Life source visuals but still deliver a […]

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An Unparalleled Retro Collection

This is BryceCorp.  An extremely gracious individual that owns and operates the awesome Kyodai boutique.  Kyodai’s brand draws its inspiration from Japanese culture and offers T-shirts, bags and other products that we western otaku salivate over.  In addition, Brycecorp also has one of the largest collections of video games we have ever seen. We were […]

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I like to MOBA, MOBA… you like to… MOBA! (Part 1 of 3)

I try my best to stay away from relating or leaning on personal anecdotes when writing an article. No one cares what my experience is, and a sample size of precisely ONE (that being myself) is never, ever indicative of reality at large. It also happens to bother me when other authors do this; and […]

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