by Katrina Pawlowski 7
Review
  • nintendo wii
  • couch
  • online

House of the Dead Overkill Co-Op Review

Whenever I'm around an arcade, I will gladly forfeit a few quarters to blast some Zombies in the face with any of the House of the Dead games. Since arcades are getting harder to find, I was excited to see the Wii's light gun like capabilities put to good use with the House of the Dead 2&3 combo pack. Even more recently I was excited to see the new Wii exclusive story based House of the Dead: Overkill.

by Nick Puleo 0
News
  • xbox 360

Crackdown 1.5 Rumors Persist as More Team Members Join Ruffian Studios

I was pretty surprised last night when I signed onto Xbox Live and joined a party of folks playing Crackdown.  Three separate co-op groups were playing and I wondered if I missed some memo.  How did this impromptu session of one of the most fun co-op games start? They said it only took one person playing before the rest wanted to join in, that just shows the longevity and great co-op fun that game has.  They wanted more!

by Nick Puleo 5
Review
  • pc
  • couch
  • online

Dawn of War 2 Co-Op Review

The epic battle of a band of space marines against seemingly insurmountable odds, Dawn of War 2 is a unique combination of an RTS and an RPG.  We dig deep into the game's two player co-op campaign to find out just who will be the last race standing.  Our review is right ahead.

by Marc Allie 0
News
  • xbox 360
  • playstation network

Co-Op Release Alert: Watchmen: The End is Nigh

In case you've been living under a rock, there's this little comic book movie coming out this week: Watchmen.  It just happens to be the greatest story ever told in comic book format, and the hype for the movie's release has been through the roof.  The inevitable movie tie-in game bucks the usual trend, releasing on XBLA and PSN instead of retail.  The first of a series of episodic content, Watchmen: The End Is Nigh will set you back $20.  (Seems high to me!  Who do they think we are, Ozymandias?)

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