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Raise the Dead Next Week in Diablo 3

The Necromancer shall rise

We've heard all about it for the past few months, and next week, everyone will finally get a chance to get hands on with the newest character class in Diablo 3. That's right, the Necromancer returns to the world of Sanctuary next Tuesday, June 27.

 
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Dress up your Sackboy or Sackgirl as villains from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

LittleBigPlanet 3 Releases New Villains Costumes

At least half of the fun of LittleBigPlanet 3 (and other LBP games) is dressing up your adorable Sackboy or Sackgirl. Developer Sumo Digital is well aware of this indisputable fact, and ensures that players are never short of costume and styling options. Their latest costumes dropped yesterday, this time focusing on the villains of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

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Tiny zombies sound absolutely terrifying

A New Challenge Every Week in Killing Floor 2's Summer Sideshow

This little bit of Killing Floor 2 news was lost in the E3 shuffle, but the zombie killing cooperative FPS title kicked off the summer last week with some new challenges to enjoy in the game. Every week until the event ends on July 11, Tripwire is adding a new game mode with an interesting gameplay challenge. This week's challenge: Tiny Terror.

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It's currently unclear how they're planning to fit all those tears onto a single disc.

Physical Version Of The Binding Of Isaac: Afterbirth+ Coming To PS4

The never-ending cycle of Binding of Isaac remakes, remasters, and re-releases continues with a brand new, physical version of The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth Plus.  Per a tweet from the game's publisher, Nicalis, the game is getting its very own disc for PlayStation 4 users to inevitably break after a particularly heartbreaking run.

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Up to 20 players will be able to fight rare bosses and gain rare loot or pokémon

Pokémon Go to Add Co-Op Raid Battles This Summer

Because I'm apparently a grumpy luddite who hates all things new, charming, and fun, I never got into the Pokémon Go craze last year. Since I'm pretty sure I'm the only one on the face of the planet for whom that's true, then the news that Pokémon Go is adding a cooperative mode this summer will likely be of interest to you.

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The next great arcade shooter that feels like that other great arcade shooter

Nex Machina Co-Op Review

Nex Machina is the next twin-stick shooter from developer Housemarque. Rather than a solo effort, they’ve teamed up with Eugene Jarvis, the developer behind classic game Robotron 2084. Housemarque’s pedigree of arcade action shooters includes the likes of Super Stardust, Dead Nation, and Resogun - bringing a powerhouse of old and new ga...

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You've gone and done it now.

Our Weekend In Gaming: Fight Me IRL

Them fightin' words have done been said, so this weekend, the Co-Opticrew is dropping (or putting on) the gloves and engaging in a bit of fisticuffs.  I know we're all about "working together" and "cooperation", but sometimes it's good to let off a little steam and knock the teeth out of someone's digital avatar.

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You and your co-op partner will have to decide together

[E3 2017] Early Impressions of A Way Out Highlight the Story Players Create

One of the bigger reveals during EA's press conference on Saturday was A Way Out, the new game from Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons developer Hazelight Studios. In a first for these type of adventure/story-driven games, the entire thing is intended to be played cooperatively with both players making decisions that affect what plays out.