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Treat your booty like a champion

E-Win Champion Series Gaming Desk Chair Impressions

One of the most important components of your gaming PC setup, is your desk chair. Sitting at a desk for extended periods of time is bad for your health, but a good gaming chair, like a Champion Series gaming chair from E-Win, can help limit the effects of marathon sessions at your desk. After about a month of kicking back in one of these chairs for both work and play, I can definitely say that my body notices the difference.

by Tally Callahan 0
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A free week of premium membership for ESO and new updates for TERA and LOTRO

MMO Co-Opportunities Volume LXXXIX: Crowns, Keeps, and Festivals

The summer heat is officially here to stay. For those of us lucky enough to game from air-conditioned accommodations, MMOs can provide a cool escape from the simmering heat outside. Luckily, there are summer updates to keep us occupied. This month for MMO Co-Opportunities, we look at an upcoming bonus event for the Elder Scrolls Online and new cont...

by Enoch Starnes 0
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Who knew plundering could be so fun?

Our Weekend In Gaming: Spoils Of War

The Steam Summer Sale is finally over, taking the war on our financial wellbeing with it.  Most of the Co-Opticrew managed to stave off complete destitution, but we were far from impervious to Steam's Digital Delights.  Luckily, we have a fantastic way to cope with our newfound dearth of cash:  playing (or simply admiring) all our new games!

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Enjoy three couch co-op games with friends! ... eventually

Slime-San: Superslime Edition Available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

Having already debuted on Steam and Switch last year, Slime-san recently slimed its way to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 as Slime-san: Superslime Edition. A wonderful single-player platformer with distinct five-color visuals and bite-sized stages, Slime-san is also overflowing with content. That includes five retro arcade games, three of which have full 2-player local co-op support.

by Jason Love 0
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Also, more console delays

Warhammer 40k: Inquisitor - Martyr's Endgame Revealed

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr has been out for a month now on the PC and will be out on consoles soon (more on that in a bit). Yesterday, developer Neocore Game dropped an update that adds a new mode, called "Warzone," to the title and it is intended to give endgame players a way to get better gear and new skills (that can be used in the mode). It kind of looks like a mix between a "Survival" mode and Rifts from Diablo III.

by Matthew Squaire 0
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Warhammer, Zombies and Humans!

Xbox Game Pass Brings More Co-Op

Some co-op favorite will be available via Xbox Game Pass this month. These games include Zombie Army Trilogy, Human: Fall Flat and Warhammer Vermintide 2. If you’re unfamiliar, Xbox Game Pass is a subscription service where, for a monthly fee, players can pick from a selection of  games to play for free as long as you maintain your subscription. The ever-growing library features over 100 titles, and new games are coming at different points throughout July.

by Enoch Starnes 0
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Go ahead and get your facepaint ready.

Warface Is Coming To Consoles

Warface, the free-to-play first person shooter developed by Crytek's Kiev branch, first arrived on PC in 2013.  While the game's PC community began to swell, work began to create a version for Xbox 360, which was accomplished the following year.  Unfortunately, that initial stab at the console market quickly petered out, but Crytek has decided to make another attempt at console popularity, this time bringing the title to both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

by Jason Love 0
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  • couch
Bringing couch co-op to the cloud

Couch Co-Op Night Stream Recap - Fight'N Rage and Wizard of Legend

There you are on your PC with a great co-op game to play, but no buddy available to sit on your couch and play it with you. What to do? Well, that's exactly the problem the folks over at Parsec wanted to solve. This third-party software allows you to turn any couch co-op game into an online co-op game! Nick and Mike took it for spin to see how it fares as they checked out Fight'N Rage and Wizard of Legend.

by Jason Love 0
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No word about this affecting other regions

Starhawk's Online Capabilities Have Been Terminated For Europe

Over the weekend, it appears Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe sunsetted the servers for the 2012 PlayStation 3 title, Starhawk. A note has been added to all European PS Store listings for the game that basically says "you can no longer play this online." There's been no official statement about whether this is getting applied to all regions or not, so for now, this appears to only be affecting the one region.

by Jason Love 0
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Assault Android Cactus, Death Squared, and Splinter Cell Conviction

Endure the Summer Heat With Friends With July's Games With Gold

July... Of all the months in the calendar year, this one has the distinction of being my least favorite. Mainly due to the fact that the unbearable heat (which is my natural nemesis) makes life feel questionable. But, put that aside, and I guess it's ok. If your idea of a perfect July is being indoors with air conditioning and video games with friends, then good news! July's Games with Gold includes three co-op titles: Assault Android CactusDeath Squared, and Splinter Cell Conviction (360, backwards compatible).

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