by Nick Puleo 1

Dragon Quest IX is Local Co-Op Only

In Japan, the Dragon Quest series is as big - if not bigger - than the Halo series is here in the United States.  The next game in the series is coming from famed developer Level 5 and is set to be released in Japan on July 11th on the Nintendo DS.  One of the most touted features of the game is a new cooperative mode.  

by Mike Katsufrakis 4

This Week In Co-Op Gaiden: The Feature That Almost Was

Hello friends, it's your old pal Mike! Since I hadn't had a chance to co-op recently, and Xbox Live was down last night (and I don't have a headset for PSN), I'm here to regale you with a tale of a feature that Jason and myself tried to get off the ground, but ultimately couldn't make work. It didn't have a name, but it did culminate in one of my favorite "co-op" (take note of those quotes) moments in recent memory.

by Katrina Pawlowski 21
  • playstation 3
  • xbox 360

Ghostbusters Xbox 360 And PS3 Side-By-Side

When it comes to comparing same games on different consoles, most of the time it simply feels like comparing apples to apples. Unfortunately, in the case of Ghostbusters, we're comparing apples on a tree to fallen apples that may have been hit by a lawnmower once or twice. Since it's important to know where your money is going, we felt it necessary to share the differences this time.

by Nick Puleo 6
  • nintendo wii
  • couch
  • online

Mad Dog McCree Gun Slingers Pack Shoots It's Way on the Wii-Wagon

Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you 1992.  It was a land filled with these new fangled things called "CD-ROM" drives.  And with them came the advent of Live Action Video Video Games.  One series of games found it's way not only onto consoles, but to the arcades.  The western themed game was called Mad Dog McCree - and you had to do everything in your power to stop him.

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