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Sunset Overdrive Co-Op Review

A grinding good time.

Sunset Overdrive from Insomniac Games is their first title since the multiplatform and co-op friendly FUSE hit a few years back. FUSE was the first Insomniac game to not be exclusive to a Sony platform and their next game, Sunset Overdrive is now an exclusive game on a Microsoft platform. How times have changed. The game is an open world action game set in Sunset City. Fizz Co have released their next great energy drink called Overcharged Delirium XXT and is throwing a huge party for the island town to celebrate. But there's just one problem; the energy drink wasn't properly lab tested and has now turned the entire population into crazy mutants called OD.

 
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I heard the kids love this new "Indie" music.

Check Out This Whimsical Launch Trailer for Farming Simulator 15

And lo, after many weeks of teasing us pitiful mortals with trailer after trailer, Farming Simulator 15 has finally deemed us worthy of its grace, mercy, and new woodcutting feature.  It has marked this glorious occasion by way of one final "launch trailer" so that we may gaze upon its glistening fertilizer spreaders to the tune of indie folk music.  The added features, which we know deep down that we do not deserve, include a new Nordic environment and 20 new brands of farming equipment ranging from Ponsse to Deutz-Fahr.  The agricultural acolytes, known to us as Giants Software, have already released a number of videos detailing new additions to the bi-yearly franchise, which culminate here:

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Both Microsoft Store and Walmart are offering release day delivery guarantees

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and Release Day Delivery Deals

Next week, Sledgehammer Games unveils the 11th installment of the COD series: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. If you know you're going to pick up the game on Day One anyway, consider pre-ordering a copy this week while you can pick up a?host of digital bonuses and even a few monetary incentives from select retailers (plus a few select retailers are throwing in guaranteed release day delivery so you can avoid the hassle of heading to a store).

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Action RPG/Tower Defense/Politics Simulator?

Dungeon Defenders II Developers Expand Defense Council

Ever wanted to dive into the bureaucratic world of red tape, lobbying, and endless debates?  Well then, do the developers of Dungeon Defenders II have an offer for you!  Trendy Entertainment announced on October 21st an expansion to the Defense Council, “an advisory board that allows players with an interest in the development of Dungeon Defenders II to provide early, focused feedback directly to the development team.”  Presumably in an attempt to phase out the bourgeoisie “Old Money” types, Trendy is allowing political aspirants to buy their way into the Defense Council on a first-come, first-serve basis, as a limited number of seats are available.  These nouveau riche upstarts will have access to a number of perks besides influence on the development of Dungeon Defenders II, including:

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Visually explosive.

Sunset Overdrive Video Review

Sunset Overdrive launches today on the Xbox One. Hopefully you've already taken the time to read our written review of the game, detailing both the single player and co-op content. But Sunset Overdrive is a very visual game, it's exploding with color and style and while words might adequately describe the technical merits of a game, seeing the game in motion paints a more accurate picture of its glamour and chaos.

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Hillbilly season already?

Killing Floor's Halloween Horror Event Ends November 3rd

Few games enjoy the longevity of Killing Floor. Released in 2009, Tripwire Interactive's "co-op survival horror" enjoys relevancy in no small part due to Developer support. Killing Floor enjoys updates and events throughout the year, and the spookiest holiday can't be forgotten. For the second year running, KF is unleashing the Hillbilly ZEDs on your British Special Forces until November 3rd. The Redneck-themed mutants/clones are far wackier than your standard bunch of zombies; but this particular horror is a double feature.

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A grinding good time.

Sunset Overdrive Co-Op Review

Sunset Overdrive from Insomniac Games is their first title since the multiplatform and co-op friendly FUSE hit a few years back. FUSE was the first Insomniac game to not be exclusive to a Sony platform and their next game, Sunset Overdrive is now an exclusive game on a Microsoft platform. How times have changed. The game is an open world actio...

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One part simulation, one part RPG.

Fantasy Life RPG Hybrid Launches on 3DS

Nintendo DS and 3DS owners shouldn't be strangers to the life sim genre. Everything from Harvest Moon to Animal Crossing has had time in the spotlight on the portable systems. Now it's time for Level-5's creation to step out and get some attention. Fantasy Life launches tonight in North America, and it brings with it some fanciful hybrid gameplay that supports both local and online co-op!

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These two guys finally learn the meaning of co-op!

Reagan Gorbachev, the Arcade Shooter You Never Knew You Wanted

Were you alive during the '80s? That's the 1980s, for anyone who's about to get all pedantic. You probably remember two world leaders who had something of a rivalry going on: Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev. It took a few decades, but someone finally found a way for those two rapscallions to get along. Lucky for us it's a top-down arcade game and not some boring political whatever!