by John Bardinelli 0
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Pseudo shooter.

Xenoraid Co-Op Review

Xenoraid looks like an old school shmup. In many ways, it even plays like an old school shmup. But when you jump in that ship and get a feel for the controls, you realize this game is about as modern as it gets. Once you get used to the ship swapping feature, the upgrade menus, and the clever co-op mode, you'll realize this game goes far beyond...

by Enoch Starnes 0
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An eight step journey to relaxation.

Our Weekend In Gaming: A Peaceful Transition

Ah, and we're back once more.  Soothing, isn't it, coming back to this little bastion of peace once a week before diving straight into a weekend of debauchery?  There's some small comfort in knowing that every single Friday, you can read about the Co-Opticrew's plans before transitioning into those of your own.  As you read through each answer, let your workweek troubles fall away until you're left with nothing but high hopes and a huge thing of tequila.  Where'd that tequila come from?  Good question.  I can't tell you it appeared because you read all of our responses, but I also can't tell you it didn't.

by Jason Love 0
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New hero and biome for Defenders, new items and event for Terraria

Someone Got Terraria in Dungeon Defenders II, and Vice Versa

I'm not sure if this is quite like the moment when someone mixed chocolate and peanut butter, but Re-Logic, the team behind Terraria, and Trendy Entertainment, creators of Dungeon Defenders II, have cross-pollinated their franchises. A Terraria themed hero, the Dryad, has been added to the Defenders roster, while a new Defenders-themed event has found its way into Terraria.

by Jason Love 0
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The story of Frank can only be told to one person

No Campaign Co-Op for Dead Rising 4, Separate Mode Only

While it initially sounded like Dead Rising 4 was going to follow in the footsteps of its predecessors and support co-op in the main campaign, a recent hands-on demo of the title has revealed that co-op will be relegated to a separate mode altogether. If you want to kill zombies in the mall with friends, you'll have to do it without Frank.

by Jason Love 0
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Game developers may lose their studio, but they don't lose their spirit

Indie-Ana Co-Op and the Deep Rock Galactic Interview

After Microsoft Studios closed Lionhead and Press Play earlier this year, a few of the guys at Press Play decided to turn it into an opportunity to start their own company. Thus, Ghost Ship Games was born. The company has an intriguing motto ("Co-op First") and their first title, Deep Rock Galactic, has been pitched as...

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