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Mekanikal kooperashin.

Upcoming Platformer Mekazoo to Feature Local Co-Op

3D world, 2D exploration, mechanical animals as protagonists, and co-op. There's the elevator pitch for Mekazoo, and we're already interested. The upcoming platform game from Good Mood Creators features five different mekanimals running, swinging, climbing and jumping through a colorful world on their way to take out an insectoid army. I mean, insektoid?

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Gaming likes it's 1996.

Quake 2 - Co-Op Or Die! Stream Recap

Last night we checked out a mod for Quake 2. Yes, that Quake 2. Called Co-Op Or Die the mod allows co-op play on a persistent world server for up to four players per instance. Along with the entire Quake 2 campaign, players can play various challenge maps created by the community. The whole thing is tied into the official Co-Op or Die website which allows chat, stats, and other info all integrated right in.

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Kill Hobbits for Sauron

Tabletop Co-Op: Lord of the Rings Nazgul

For this installment of Tabletop Co-Op, we travel to one of the most well-known locations in all of fantasy literature: Middle Earth. The setting is a rich one, and has inspired countless video games as well as card and board games. The idea of a group of men, elves, dwarves, and hobbits teaming up to take on the relentless invading forces of an ev...

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An intense curriculum.

Zombie Playground Shambles Onto Early Access

Kids have it pretty rough. When they're not being herded between classrooms, people are always screaming about how playing in traffic is the worst, and how they should probably not consume vast quantities of glue. Zombie Playground complicates childhood even further by throwing zombies into the volatile cocktail of adolescence, educating boys and girls on the futility of society and how to murder the undead with a baseball bat.

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One Vita, four hands.

Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Launches on Vita with Single System Co-Op

Geometry Wars has come a long way since its initial release in 2003. The arcade shooter has grown a lot in the last decade, adding things like-- you know what? It added co-op. That's what matters. Even the brand new PlayStation Vita version has co-op, and you only need one system to give it a try!

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It probably involves zombies.

What's Next for Dying Light?

Are you survivors still parkouring among the tropical ruins surrounded by the rotting, heinous undead? Dying Light released exactly half a year ago back in January, and Techland is breaking out the "Half a Year Anniversary" party hats! I'm not really one to celebrate half-aversaries or anything, but we liked Dying Light quite a bit, so let's all slap on a goofy hat and enjoy a montage of zombies getting bludgeoned. 

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The "Minecraft" meets "Doom" of FPS

Gunscape Coming to PlayStation 4 and Wii U

Last year we heard about a game with an interesting take on the whole FPS genre. Gunscape combines world-building and FPS elements to create a game that allows players to build their own levels, and then play them with (or against) friends. Originally slated for a PC and Xbox One release, the title will be arriving on PlayStation 4 and Wii U early next year.

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Shrimpers Squad 2.0: Now with 25% more skill!

Shrimpers Forever Volume Eight: Look Out, It's Season Two!

Welcome, one and all, to a tale as old as a couple months ago.  We revisit our heroes only weeks after their promotion from League 2 and the celebrations that ensued.  Many of the cast has moved on to greener pastures (the free agency market) to accomplish wondrous things (desperately hope for a contract offer), but the few that remain, those loyal few, they will be the catalysts that spur us on to greater glories.

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Cabela's Big Card Hunter isn't as exciting as you'd think.

Our Weekend In Gaming: Card Games Edition

Howdy, y'all!  Summer is starting to close up shop for the year, but that certainly won't stop us from staying indoors and playing video games all day.  For us, the weekend holds dungeons, heists, virtual trading cards, and lots of portable gaming.  Be sure to check out our very own Eric Murphy tonight as he and some pals stream their adventures in the fantastic indie title, Monaco!

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Probably a party you're ok not being invited to

Zombie Party Arrives on Steam Early Access

We're so used to zombies just being these big downers; always coming after us for our brains and just generally being not sociable. But what if they threw a party and invited? That would be pretty cool right? Ok, so Zombie Party isn't really about zombies throwing a party, but it's got some kind of crazy rainbow shooting gun so it's got that going for it.... which is nice.

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