God Mode

  • Online Co-Op: 4 Players
  • LAN Co-Op: 4 Players
  • + Co-Op Campaign
Kneel Before God Mode Launch Trailer
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Kneel Before God Mode Launch Trailer

Right, Left, Left, Right, A, B, B, A

During the night I had a vision, it came to me in a square of light.  This light was the glow of my monitor and the vision was of the God Mode launch trailer.  God Mode is already out on both XBLA/PC and will be hitting PSN tomorrow.  Mode is a third person shooter that allows up to 4 players to run around like headless chickens.  Don't believe me?  Then check out the new trailer and info after the break.

The game costs 800 Microsoft Points or $10 depending on what platform you purchase the game on (hint: don't try to buy the PSN version of the game with Microsoft Points).  Co-Optimus are currently playing the game for a review and will reveal the full critical co-op briefing soon.  In the meantime, here is a slightly insane trailer and publishers blurb to keep you content:

God Mode features:

  • Devilish Value: Developed by Old School Games, God Mode is all about the pick-up-and-play fun of classic shooters modernized with 3D graphics and online multiplayer co-op in a value-priced package ($9.99, prices may vary in international territories).  

  • Demonic Variety: Four player co-op, customizable outfits, upgradeable weapons, five different stages, eight different difficulty modifiers, special powers, and more than 40 different Tests of Faith randomly challenge players with plenty of unique scenarios. 

  • Hellish Combat:  Spear-throwing skeletons, axe-wielding centurions, charging minotaurs that split into two smaller flaming-axe throwing demons, magic-hurling apparitions, giant club-swinging abominations, and more await players in the depths of the Pit. Not just one. Several. Multiple. Many. See the definition of "horde" to get a feel of the forces players must defeat to escape the clutches of hell. 

  • Infernal Cooperation:  As the saying goes, "four players are better than one." Lobby-based online and LAN multiplayer make it easy to join up and fight to the finish - and be the first to truly achieve God mode.

 

Source: Youtube.com

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