Are you ready to make your wrists ache this weekend? Ewww, not doing that. I mean downloading and playing the Guitar Hero Metallica demo for the Xbox 360. The demo just came out on the Xbox Live Marketplace and weighs in at 1 GB.
It's college Basketball season right now, and while most of the United States is glued to their television looking for the next big upset, most gamers are glued to their consoles. This doesn't mean gamers don't have a chance to participate in their own March Madness as Hawtymcbloggy.com has launch their own video game March Madness.
Microsoft has announced that Halo Wars has just sold one million copies since it's launch late last month. We couldn't be happier, after all, we found the two player co-op gameplay in the game to be top notch. Not only is the game selling well, it's being played a ton with over 200,000 people logging into the game daily.
Boy has the Internet been noisy with debates about the announcement that Bioshock 2 would feature co-op. The rumor started from a supposed Game Informer article, and while the article was real, the internet made up the misinformation and it quickly spread.
When asked if you would like something free, you would be insane to say anything except “yes, please!” Coke has just joined forces with Microsoft to make such an offer, with free Microsoft points to be spent on anything Microsoft points would be redeemed for. Over three million (that means, LOTS as far as we're concerned) points will be given away through the Happiness Factory promo on Xbox Live.
The above capture is from a viral video making its way around the internet. The video is title What's in the Box, and appears to be part of a viral campaign from Valve. Why? There's a lot of similarities with the style of the shots and look of the video with that of their games, especially ones in the Half-Life universe. In fact, many of the sound effects used in the video are directly from Half-Life 2.
The Co-Optimus Battlefield Report is a new monthly column that will feature team-based and co-op military action games. This month we debut with a fond recap of Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2, a solid game that our community has fallen back on time and time again. Send your favorite tales of co-op and team warfare to our tips line for future columns!
Deadspace Extraction is the upcoming Wii version of last years hit survival horror game from Electronic Arts. While the original Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 game was a third person shooter, the Wii version will play like an on rails shooter. While some may balk at it, the game does support 2 player co-op, as evidence by the screen above. Speaking of screens, the folks at Cinema Blend have gotten their hands on a few new screenshots and concept art for the game.
Just when Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 started to fade out of mainstream press, Songbird makes a curtain call that reminds us that Ultimate Alliance is still here, and working harder than ever to bring us a beautiful co-op experience. Visually, we've seen a lot of Hero screenshots. But, this time, some of the art developers come out to play, and share a little bit about this little birdie.