EA Montreal invited Co-Optimus along for an early look at Army Of Two: The 40th Day. We were treated to seeing the new game in action, Q&A with the producers and an exclusive look at the new trailer for the title.
As a huge Transformers fan, I had mixed feelings about the game for the first Transformers movie. Graphically, it was amazing. The destructible environments, the transformations, the open world aspects, these were all quite enjoyable. Unfortunately, the gameplay was horrid, extremely repetitive, and a total mess. I ask you, how can a game about giant robots that transform into cars and tanks turn out so boring?
Microsoft is continuing its trend of co-op friendly hardware bundles today with a brand new Xbox 360 Elite bundle called the Game of the Year Bundle.
The onlsaught of Ghostbusters media continues, with a brand new trailer hitting the interwebs today for the two player split screen co-op Wii version. The trailer emphasizes the style and light hearted nature of the Wii version of the game which hits stores shelves on June 19th.
A few months ago, we previewed Damnation at New York Comic Con, with less than impressive results. Fortunately, the new behind the scenes trailer shows us part of Codemasters and Blue Omegas creation process, seems as though they're still working out the kinks. It also appears the date has been pushed back from late April, to late May, hopefully crisping the glaze on the top for this co-op shooter.
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As we inch closer to the Ghostbusters game June 19th release date, publisher Atari has been unleashing more and more press coverage, trailers and information on the unsuspecting population.
Spring in the Northeast, Winter in the Midwest. Staying out or staying in - we'll be gaming this weekend for sure.
He's featured in seven books that changed the face of children's literature. Five movies based on the books smashed box office records, and a sixth is due this summer. We're talking, of course, of Harry Potter. When a property is as popular as this, it's no surprise that dozens of video game tie ins will flood the shelves. Today, we take a look at the only title in the series to feature co-opgameplay. Don your robe, and grab a wand and a handful of "Every Flavor Jelly Beans" as we investigate the videogame adaptation of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. I'll get one thing straight as we begin: I'm a bit of a Harry Potter nerd. I'm a teacher, and any teacher will tell you that Harry Potter has done more for the cause of children reading than anyone since Dr. Seuss. The books are just plain good, and fun to read. Harry Potter is a pop culture phenomenon. This immense popularity makes a Harry Potter game a good choice for this column. Our aim is to cover games that are kid friendly, plus those that are appealing to non standard gamers. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is a fine example of this kind of title.