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It's not like we were good enough to make it to the glitch area, anyway.

Rare Replay to Fix 25 Year Old Battletoads Glitch

Here's one for the record books. Battletoads was released in 1991 with a local co-op mode that reminded you why co-op existed. There was just one problem: on level eleven (you know, the one where a rolling lollipop chases you, then you beat it up at the end), a glitch caused the second player's controller to lock up, insta- and perma-death until the next level. Oops.

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A whole big thing of grit.

Westerado: Double Barreled Co-op Review

What we now know as the “Western” genre has grown exponentially over the years in both followers and pervasiveness, but what exactly is it that makes the Western so attractive?  Older generations seem to come to it for the sense of freedom it bestows, the dark storylines, the chance to see rad dudes do rad things.  For a few r...

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Four player co-op, teleportation, possibly other rogue things.

Roving Rogue Wanders onto Wii U

Have you ever wondered what happens after you beat the final boss? After the credits roll and everybody lives happily ever after? You're about to find out. Roving Rogue from PadaOne Games begins where most stories end. You play as Kurt, a short rogue who can teleport short distances, and it's your job to find the beginning. With some friends, of course.

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Treat yourself to comfort, fend off children and pets

Sumo Sultan Impressions

Sometimes writing about games gives you the opportunity to write about other things. We regularly receive PC and console peripherals, and we've racked up quite a few headphone reviews over the years, but furniture? That's new to me. Recently, the folks at Sumo sent Co-Optimus HQ their Sultan, a large, stylish beanbag chair meant to be the ultimate place to relax in your home while you game, watch TV, or generally be as slothful as possible. I've had it for about two weeks now, and have put it through just about all the paces.

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Fight off the hordes

Endless Mode Added to Orcs Must Die! Unchained

News about the next entry in the Orcs Must Die! series, titled Orcs Must Die! Unchained, has been scarce since it was first revealed last autumn. Unlike previous entries, the game has shifted in mechanics to be somewhat more "MOBA-like", though there would be a non-PvP option for players just looking to play with friends. With the latest update to the game's beta (still closed), it looks like we'll be getting a type of endless/horde mode in addition to the standard game.

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