by Nick Puleo 9
Review
  • nintendo wii
  • couch
  • online

Ghost Squad Co-Op Review

Give a man a gun, and he thinks he's a king.  While a giant piece of white plastic with a Wii-mote strapped to it might not be classified as a gun, there's something strangely satisfying about arcade shooters in the realm of Time Crisis and House of the Dead.  Sega's Ghost Squad for the Wii might not make you feel like a king, but there's no harm in trying. Read on for our review of the title.

by Katrina Pawlowski 8
News
  • xbox live arcade

Magic: The Gathering Unleashes Cards On XBLA

A favorite past time of many is the collecting of Magic: The Gathering cards to unleash on a poor, unsuspecting soul at our local hangout. For those that didn't spend all of their lunch money on Magic cards, it is a game of fantasy using playing cards. By collecting "Mana" or land cards each turn, you will be able to spend that mana to unleash creatures and spells to devastate your opponent. Of course, it's more complex than that, but that is the gist of it.

by Katrina Pawlowski 2
News
  • playstation 3

Ninja Gaiden 2: Sigma, More Than Just A Port

Ninja Gaiden 2: Sigma caught our attention when a co-op mode was revealed a few months ago, and we've been interested in the development up to this point. Team Ninja has put together a nice interview explaining how Ryu Hiyabusa will work with others in a co-op mode, and how Ninja Gaiden 2: Sigma is the definitive Ninja Gaiden, not just a sequel or port.

by Jim McLaughlin 0
News

13,000 Valve Fans Boycott Left 4 Dead 2

As of this posting, 13,160 Steam members have joined the Steam group L4D2 Boycott. The boycott is in response to the recent announcement of sequel Left 4 Dead 2, if you didn't catch that. Developer Valve has always had a reputation for delivering quality content at the gamers' highest benefit, sometimes even giving content for free; now, it seems they are shattering their image, and fans are confused and upset.

by Mike Katsufrakis 36
Review
  • pc
  • couch
  • online

Killing Floor Co-Op Review

We all love zombies. Alright, some of us don't love them, but the desire to mow down zombie hordes is nigh universal.  With last year's Left 4 Dead, the zombie co-op survival genre was born, and was quickly reinforced by Call of Duty: World at War's Nazi Zombies mode.  Killing Floor, from Tripwire Interactive, liberally borrows elements from both of these games and a few others to create a wonderful co-op experience that feels instantly familiar, but becomes unique almost from the moment you take control.  With co-op for up to six players being the game's entire focus (its subtitle is "Co-Op Survival Horror", after all), genre (and co-op) fans are in for a real treat.

by Katrina Pawlowski 0
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  • nintendo wii

Claws-on Preview Of Dead Space: Extraction

An instant fan favorite, the Dead Space video game brand has made appearances in comic books, movies, and finally a second game. This game is not anything like the original, while keeping the true to the original idea. Dead Space: Extraction is an on-rails shooter title exclusive to the Wii with our favorite feature, Co-op. We've seen a bit on this game, getting closer to release we're finally hearing some hands on experiences with it which we would love to share!

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