Close on the heels of our Call of Duty: World at War announcagasm comes the official trailer sans GameSpot watermark. You can view it by clicking the "Read More" link or by visiting our Co-Optimus YouTube channel!
There's still not much information in the way of the upcoming GI Joe games from EA. We know they'll have some local co-op action, so you and a friend can argue exactly who gets to be Snake Eyes. Other than that, we know it's based on the upcoming live action movie of the same name.
The day Resident Evil 5 was announced to have a co-op campaign we were simply elated with joy. Fans of the series though, well they weren't quite sure about the decision to take a lone survival horror game and add a buddy system. Tomorrow, Friday the 13th, all of our questions are answered as Resident Evil 5 is finally released on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
The world of Sacred 2: Fallen Angel is big. How big? It would take players six hours traveling on foot to cross it. Holy kobold butt! That's a big game world, one in which you can enter with four friends in co-op fashion as a matter a fact.
With Resident Evil 5 on the horizon, you might be wondering what goodies lie under the hood of the two player co-op survival horror game. The game has actually been out in Japan for almost two weeks now, so players are knee deep in rancid infected corpses. Their hard work has paid off though, in the form of unlockable costumes and other goodies.
The long wait and extreme hype are almost over. Resident Evil 5, featuring co-op, will be released on Friday. So what are you supposed to do all day Thursday? (Besides participating in this month's Xbox Live Co-Op Night, naturally.) We've found enough information to get you and a buddy over the hump when it comes to the waiting.
The previously-announced downloadable content for Call of Duty: World at War is coming to fruition. In fact, it's been confirmed for a March 19th release.
I am always impressed when a franchise can take a fan favorite, and risk translating it to something completely different. I've always loved the Halo universe, but I'm not a huge fan of shooting games. So, to see Halo shed its FPS skin into the very different RTS form in Halo Wars, it was love at first sight. To show my affection, I found it absolutely necessary to complete all of the secondary missions, and find all of the games Easter Eggs.
The anticipated Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. does a flyby at Co-Optimus, and we rake the clouds in search of a worthy co-op experience. Did we get a radar lock?