by Marc Allie 4
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Watchmen: The End is Nigh Details Turn Your Brain Into a Squid

This week, the film version of Watchmen is released on DVD/Bluray.  Along with the movie comes the second half of the tie in game, Watchmen: The End is Nigh.  You'll recall that the first part was made available when the movie was released in theaters this past spring.  The pricing and release date information have been made available, and it's so confusing that your brain just might turn into a mildly telepathic alien squid when you try to comprehend it.

by Nick Puleo 4
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Star Trek D-A-C Co-Op Review

Star Trek D-A-C was released earlier this year along side the Star Trek movie reboot. There wasn't much fanfare around the title, and a lot of people overlooked it. Perhaps with good reason. We dive into the cooperative mode to see if there's any Klingons worth saving...

by Nick Puleo 3
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Trine Trickery - The Tale of the Unintentional Cheat Code

As I worked my way through Trine, I became deeply engrossed in the game.  I never found it very difficult, at least not the combat, but felt challenged enough to enjoy it.  I'm not one to cheat in games, but I accidently discovered a cheat code in Trine that not only partially ruined the experience for me, it made the game crash!

by Marc Allie 5
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Co-Op Classics: Double Dragon

It's one of the most influential video games of all time.  Two brothers.  A kidnapped heroine.  A trek to the distant lair of an evil overlord.  The description might fit Super Mario Brothers, and that game is excellent, for sure.  But this is Co-Optimus, and only co-op will do.  We're talking about Double Dragon, a game that is synonymous with co-op; indeed, for many people, it was the first co-op game they ever played.  We'll take a closer look at this genre-defining brawler for this week's installment of Co-Op Classics.

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