The Left 4 Dead 2 achievements have been revealed, and with them comes confirmation of yesterday's rumor of the last two campaigns and their names. In total there are 50 achievements with 33 of them being specific to the game's co-op mode.
A few months ago we reviewed Raiden Fighters Aces for the Xbox 360. It was a collection of "classic" Raiden Figthers games for the 360 with some incredible value. A few months later we have a full sequel to Raiden III on the same platform, one that's enhanced from the arcade version of Raiden IV. Co-op, purple lasers and bullet - we review it.
As always, the holiday season is jam packed with great new releases. For the Wii, one of the biggest co-op titles we're looking forward to is New Super Mario Bros. Wii. A return to the classic platforming gameplay of the well received DS title, NSMB Wii features four player co-op. Another feature of the game, somewhat mysterious, is "Demo Play". Originally, indications indicated that "Demo Play" was "hold left on the D-Pad and the game plays itself for you". Apparently, it's not quite that simple, according to SiliconEra.
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 has unveiled the first of what we hope is a series of downloadable characters to expand their already extensive roster. Sorry, everyone, it's not the Juggernaut. Carnage is the first Marvel personality to make the new list of characters to be released via DLC pack. Buckle your seat belts, it's dinner time!
The final new campaign names and settings have been leaked for Left 4 Dead 2. The campaigns are titled Dead Center and Hard Rain, and they join Parish, Dark Carnival and Swamp Fever has the five total cooperative campaigns in the zombie survival title.
This Thursday, October 15th, we'll be hosting an Xbox Live Co-Op Night featuring The Beatles: Rock Band. So whether you need a John, Ringo, Paul or George - we've got you covered to make your band a little more complete and your harmonies a little more sweet.
Namco-Bandai has sent out a press release announcing that Tekken 6 has gone gold and will be on retail shelves on October 27th for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The game will be available in a normal version for $60 and a fight stick bundle for $150.
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