by Nick Puleo 10
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  • playstation 3
  • xbox 360

Alien Colonial Marines Not Dead, Coming Next Year

Right now we all should have been knee deep in xenomorph carcasses.  Aliens Colonial Marines was originally planned for an early June release, but has since all but disappeared from release schedules.  Instead we saw publisher Sega choosing to hype up a brand new, and non co-op, Alien vs. Predator title.  We feared the worst, thinking the four player co-op shooter from Gearbox was canceled.  Thankfully that's not the case.

by Katrina Pawlowski 4
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  • xbox live arcade
  • playstation network

Preview The Apocalypse

The Zombie Apocalypse, that is. Or, should we say "another" Zombie Apocalypse? Ready or not, here they come to bite, swipe, moan, and growl their way onto your Xbox LIVE Arcade or PSN account. While looking at The Zombie Apocalypse, you'll be heavily reminded of your time in Left 4 Dead, only with a requirement to survive for as long as possible (up to 55 days) instead of simply making it to a rescue vehicle.

by Katrina Pawlowski 2
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  • playstation 3
  • xbox 360
  • pc

The Dark Eye: Demonicon Comes Into View

Stow those poly dice, fire your GM, and warm up your computer for some new "tabletop "action! Silver Style has adapted the popular German tabletop game, Das Schwarze Auge into a phenomenal looking action RPG now dubbed The Dark Eye: Demonicon. Since we haven't had much information state-side on this title, Gamebanshee sat down with Silver Style's developer Carsten Strehse for some details.

by Katrina Pawlowski 7
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  • pc
  • playstation network

Errors In Trine

While poking around for information from Frozenbyte, the developers of the beautiful game Trine, we learned a few things we had incorrect from our sources. First, we were excited about both online, and offline co-op with an arcade title. As we understood this was the case, it caught us by surprise when we learned the game was only going to feature Offline co-op at launch. It was mentioned that Online co-op may be patched after release, but they were unable to give us any more details.

by Marc Allie 5
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Co-Op Casual Friday: Back to the Arcade

My family and I have been on vacation for just over a week now.  We've traveled from our home in Missouri to Florida, with a stop in Georgia in between.  Though I love my Nintendo DS, it just doesn't take the place of a 360 or PS3, or any game on a big screen.  So, to keep the gamer itch scratched while on the road, we've tried to hit every arcade we saw.  For Co-Op Casual Friday today, we'll take a look at the best and the worst of the games we played.  Naturally, they all feature co-op! Our first arcade was at one of those mega truck stops you see on interstate highways.  We needed gas, and there was a Wendy's next door (I have a weakness for Double Stacks), so we pulled in and took a break.  Besides a really big aquarium filled with all sorts of colorful fish, they had an arcade!  Quickly, we dashed inside, sure that the neon "games" sign meant some co-op joy was in store.  How wrong we were!  There was a crane game, an air hockey table, a battered and faded Ms. Pac -man, and only one co-op game at all.  Invasion, it was rather unimaginatively named, and after watching the attract mode, we decided to pass on even playing it.  Generic cabinet, nondescript title, and "meh" graphics all added up to a big pass.

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