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by bapenguin

NHL 17 Review

Every year I debate whether or not to pick up the latest NHL game, usually holding off until the day of release and finally giving into the urge. It’s not that I don’t like video game hockey, in fact, I absolutely adore it. But it’s a tough pill to swallow a $60 price tag year over year. EA tends to throw in buzz words for ne

by Charlie Lucy

Virtual Reality: A New Frontier that Needs New Games to be Played

After years of hot-seat games, split-screen races, and other rudimentary forms of multiplayer gameplay, my first LAN game came as a breath of fresh air. Not having to share my computer with another human being, and being able to play along with my friends in a relatively comfortable way (we didn't have "gamer" chairs back then) was a great exp

by bapenguin

Plarium's Versatile MMO Games Catalogue

There are very few gaming company that hold so many good games in their browser catalogue. Most of the time we concentrate on one specific game to review but this time we are going to take a look at the free online games that Plarium Online Games browser catalogue offer to millions of gamers every day.

by Charlie Lucy

Grab Some Friends for These Great Co-Op Video Games

If you are an avid gamer, you know how enjoyable it is to put your favorite game on, perhaps turn the lights down, and just play for hours and hours. When it's just you matching wits against the computer, it is very easy to get lost in your own digital world. However, it's often fun to play with other people. Whether online or in the same ro

by djinniman

Beyond Co-Op: Transformers Devastation Review

Welcome to a Beyond Co-Op Review. Though the focus here at Co-Optimus is on games that feature cooperative play, from time to time we take a look at single player games. The title under consideration today is Transformers Devastation, the latest release from PlatinumGames, a developer best known for the Bayonetta series as well as Metal Gear