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Or is it off? Whatever, just don't shoot anyone, okay?

Throw Your Safety Catches Back On, Rainbow Six Siege Has Been Delayed Until December

Those pranksters over at Ubisoft got us again!  For the longest time, Rainbow Six Siege was due to cut off our supply routes on October 13th of this year, but, per a recent Ubisoft announcement, the game has been pushed back to December 1st.  Citing a desire to improve various aspects of their forthcoming title, the studio made the difficult choice to keep tactics junkies all over the world waiting for just a tad longer.

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Even the Incredible Hulk is restrained until next year.

LEGO Marvel's Avengers Delayed Until January

Take the Venn Diagram of "People Who Like LEGO," and "People In A Fandom Of Anything At All"  and there's probably a lot of overlap. Unfortunately for those in the "Marvel Comics Enthusiasts" realm also inhabiting the LEGO fanbase, LEGO Marvel's Avengers has been delayed until January 29th. The two player co-op game destined for almost every platform follows the two Avengers films: Marvel's The Avengers, and Avengers: Age of Ultron, with the latter released way back in May. Not bad, considering it took LEGO 27 years to make an Indiana Jones game.

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Triple the adjectives, triple the excitement.

Super Mutant Alien Assault Is Bringing Multiple Adjectives To Steam On August 20th

Sci-fi media treats robots with such disregard.  They're there to be used for whatever mundane purpose, and then immediately tossed aside.  It's just not fair!  What if they wanted to become chefs instead of floor sweepers, or floor sweepers instead of mine sweepers?  On August the 20th, you can fight for robot freedom in Super Mutant Alien Assault.  Prove to the world that robots can do all kinds of things, as long as they include slicing and dicing mutant aliens in a ridiculously cramped environment.

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Impressions from the Bandai Namco Event Summer 2015

Tales of Zestiria and Dark Souls III Preview

Last week, I headed over to the Bryant Park Hotel to attend the Bandai Namco NYC Showcase Event. There they had a ton of their upcoming releases for the next few quarters. Of course, I was interested in the titles featuring co-op, which meant I spent a lot of time talking to the representatives for Tales of Zestiria and Dark Souls III.

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If you can't cooperate, you'll destroy the world.

Eco Makes Sandbox Ecosystems More Realistic

Eco bills itself as a global survival game, and it takes that label very seriously. Traditionally speaking, it could be called a sandbox survival game with elements of realism tacked on. When we say "realism", we're not talking about realistic jump heights or anything like that. Eco's world is run in a realistic way, making resources hard to get and even harder to get sustainably.

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Random loot, random maps, not-so-random fun.

Open World Co-Op RPG Wanderlust Adventures Finds its Way to Steam

A couple years back, a little online co-op RPG called Wanderlust: Rebirth washed onto the internet's shores. It was well-received, if a bit flawed, but it allowed the developer to focus on what was originally planned as an update to the first game. Instead, developer Chucklefish suggested the procedurally generated open world "adventure mode" be released standalone. Call it, oh, Wanderlust Adventures, why not?

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Just kidding, that's not for at least another 3 years.

Our Weekend In Gaming: The Dystopian Future Is Now Edition

Another workweek is in the books, but the Co-opticrew remains as busy as ever.  Some of us are embracing our dystopian future and playing exclusively phone games, and others are enjoying something called "real life(?)", but a few brave souls are keeping the true video game dream alive via monster hunting, arena shooting, and organizational feud simulation.

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But only if it's raining.

Shrimpers Forever Volume Ten: It's Hard Out There For A Shrimp(er)

Chester McSlappy sighed.  The airport shuttle was ferrying no fewer than five of his best players (and "DJ" Khaled Hassan) off to represent their respective nations.  It should've been an honor to manage a team fielding coveted international footballers, he thought to himself as he hovered back to his office in the Loading Dock, but this felt terrible.  On his desk sat yet another stack of paperwork announcing his inability to field a full team for their upcoming fixture.  The sounds of Jack Payne and Kim Chang Soo playing another round of "Legsnapper" echoed from the training ground as Chester sat down and glumly began to fill out his acceptance of the latest forfeit.

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Because you didn't really slay stuff in the other versions of the game.

Gauntlet Hits PS4 as Gauntlet: Slayer Edition

The Warrior, Wizard, Valkyrie, and Elf are still at it, hacking away like nobody's business. The modern reboot of the classic arcade franchise was met with more than a few nodding heads when it hit in the summer of 2014. It's a bit late to the party, but the game has finally spread to PlayStation 4 under a new, retooled name: Gauntlet: Slayer Edition.

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