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Super Mega Baseball Co-op Review

Enter the world of meatballs and massive underbites.

Just weeks ago, baseball was a source of very little entertainment for me. It was too slow-paced. There were too many games to keep up with. Plus, Cracker Jack toys are super lame. But that was all before I saw the light.  That was before I knew the truth.  That was before I played Super Mega Baseball.

 
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They made the roguelike even more roguelike.

Procedurally Generated Dangers Await In Bloodborne's Chalice Dungeons

So you've bested Demon's Souls, teamed up to take out both Dark Souls games, and now you stand atop a gore-drenched pile of monster corpses, wondering what can possibly sate your appetite for challenge. Sure, there is Bloodborne and the difficulty it presents, but after mastering the Souls series, you know that all it takes is some trial and error, and maybe a buddy or two, to paint the walls of ancient palaces with the internal organs of some terrible evil. 

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Nazi butts beware.

Sniper Elite V2 Included In February's Games With Gold On Xbox 360

Ah, February.  While it's not quite the miserable depths of winter that define December and January, it's still chilly enough that you can easily excuse yourself from outdoor activities, wrap up in a warm American flag, and blast Nazis in Sniper Elite V2.  Luckily, Xbox Live Gold members can do so for free with their 'Games with Gold' program.

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Life is Strange when You Play These Five Games Together

Adventure Games to Play in Co-Op...That Aren't Co-Op

Let's face it, not every game was made for co-op play. Sometimes the nature of a game just doesn't work well with two or more people at the controls at the same time. But that's not to say there aren't single player games that can't be enjoyed together, in fact, we've found one genre out there that a lot of couples and friends tend to really like to play in pass the controller style co-op - Adventure Games.

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I Dreamed a Dream of Saints in Hell

Saints Row: Gat out of Hell Impressions

One of the hallmarks of console gaming in recent years is the rise of the "HD" remake, and with the new generation of consoles, the new trend is to offer games from last generation with improved performance and a handful of graphical upgrades. Saints Row IV: Re-Elected is one such package, and it comes with a new, standalone expansion: Gat Out of Hell.

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Techland is obviously having a bit of fun with their own game.

Players Discover a Dying Light Loot Cave

There's just something special about trying to exploit a game. Ever since Destiny, I knew that finding "loot caves" was going to be the next big thing within games. Well, this time it's the developers of Dying Light who are getting in on the action and are purposefully adding in special caves as a nod to the now infamous Destiny l...

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With enough exposed midriffs for you both to enjoy!

Terra Battle's Co-Op Mode Is Out

If you happen to be one of the 1.5 million people who've downloaded Terra Battle, you may have noticed the "Co-Op Play," menu option. It's been disabled since the game launched in October of 2014, acting as an ever-promising sign of things to come. Developer Mistwalker announced earlier this week that Co-Op play is finally out on both Android and iOS versions of the tactical rpg/puzzle game.

Latest Reviews

Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds
Co-Op Score:
4
Overall Score:
4
Super Mega Baseball
Co-Op Score:
3.5
Overall Score:
4
Dungeon of the Endless
Co-Op Score:
4.5
Overall Score:
4.5
Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris
Co-Op Score:
3.5
Overall Score:
3.5
Grand Theft Auto V
Co-Op Score:
4
Overall Score:
4.5
Polarity
Co-Op Score:
3.5
Overall Score:
3.5
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Section 7, Addendum 3b: Pitchforks must be at least 5 feet in length.

Learn The Ins And Outs Of Revolting In New Assassin's Creed Unity DLC

If you're one of those skeptic types who likes to "wait" for games to be "reviewed" before picking them up, then it's likely that you were not privy to the pre-order bonus DLC for Assassin's Creed Unity.  Well, as of a few days ago, you can consider yourself on level ground with those who pre-ordered due to the release of the "Secrets of the Revolution" pack.

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Gauntlet: The Colosseum Season 1 Overview

We find some capes in the colosseum, a new mode added to Gauntlet

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To only support local co-op at launch (online later)

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Raid Mode Detailed

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 is fast coming upon us.Taking an episodic approach this time, the game will feature 2-player campaign co-op as well as co-op in the returning Raid Mode. Now, with less than a month before its release, Capcom has released some of the finer details of Raid Mode in the sequel.

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Not even one.

Magicka 2 Trailer Doesn't Feature Any Vampires

Brad, who is definitely not Vlad, who is definitely not a vampire, is having a rough time. He's paranoid, has paternal issues, he's schizophrenic, incontinent, and suffers from erectil-- ahem, that isn't relevant. His therapist thinks he just misses his friends. Brad thinks he misses his "up to four friends at the same time, casting spells, defeating enemies and journeying through an all-new story adventure". We're siding with Brad.

by Nick Puleo 0
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Checking out all the games to play with friends, both in video and text form.

The Co-Op Games of 2015 Preview

2015 looks to be the first solid year in a while for co-op gamers. The Xbox One and PS4 have hit their stride and the PC continues to excel. There’s a few big games on the horizon with a strong focus on those platforms, sadly, leaving being the Xbox 360 and PS3 era. We’ve got both new IPs and old favorites making a return. Let’s d...