by Christopher Metz 0
News
  • pc
  • xbox one
  • online
2DS?!, EA's future, LoL sexism, and the possibility of Kinect-less Xbox One.

Beyond Co-Op – August 26th through August 31st 2013

Welcome to this week’s Beyond Co-Op, where we look at interesting news around the gaming and entertainment industry that may not directly pertain to cooperative gaming culture. This week we have a couple of big Nintendo system announcements, EA’s future with online and “free-to-play”, Iran having issues with League of Legends, and Microsoft’s plans for the Kinect.

by Nick Puleo 1
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There's so much to play...and there's so much coming

Our Weekend in Gaming - PAX Weekend 2013 Edition

There's a lot of folks at PAX right now, but the Co-Opticrew decided to take some time off. We're still addicting to heisting in PAYDAY 2. There's plenty of gaming to go around though as August wraps up and we head into September. Do you hear that? That's the sound of two juggernaut next-gen consoles rapidly approaches. It sounds...it sounds...excit...expensive.

by John Bardinelli 0
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  • playstation 3
  • xbox 360
  • pc
  • playstation vita
  • couch
We're crying because we're happy.

Rayman Legends Launch Trailer Has Arrived

It's been a dramatic ride for Rayman Legends. What with the exclusivity promises, the massive delay, the public protest, and we're pretty sure one of our staff started crying at one point. But everyone can relax and be happy now. Rayman Legends is just a few days from release, and it's got a happy little launch trailer to prove it!

by Nick Puleo 3
News
  • playstation 3
  • xbox 360
  • pc
Bringing flexibility to your living room or backyard

100 Inches of Gaming Goodness on the Epson Home Cinema 8350

The term "big screen TV" has changed over the years. It used to be having a 42 in projection TV in your basement meant you were the king of sporting events, but now 42 inches is on the small end of the HDTVs you see at Best Buy. Televisions are getting bigger, thinner and cheaper with picture quality that rivals the cinema. But what if you could make a TV any size you want? What if you could play videogames at 100 or 150 inches on the wall of your living room for the same price as an HDTV? That's exactly where home cinema projectors come into play. I've been demoing the Epson Home Cinema 8350 for the past month and it's made me seriously consider ditching my living room TV.

by Jason Love 0
Video
  • pc
  • couch
  • online
History kicks butt

Second Chance Heroes Hands-On Preview

What do you get when you mix historical figures from across the centuries and continents with a semi-humorous and semi-pointed message about the world’s excesses leading to its demise? To be quite honest, I’m not entirely sure, but Rocket City Studios has given us Second Chance Heroes as one possible interpretation. Blending a comic-book style with four-player action co-op, its an interesting beast, but one that has a good deal of promise.

by Christopher Metz 0
News
  • playstation 3
  • xbox 360
  • pc
  • online
Get-r-done, Mr. President!

Saints Row IV 'From the Whitehouse to the Countryside" DLC Packs Now Available

We had two new DLC packs arrive to Saints Row IV recently, featuring customizable costumes for our Saints characters. These two packs in the “From the White House to the Countryside" contain, arguably, some of the post polar opposite content from each other we’ve ever seen. The first DLC, “Presidential Pack”, all...

by Marc Allie 5
Editorial
Minigames... the final frontier...

Tabletop Co-Op: Space Cadets

It’s time for another edition of Tabletop Co-Op! In this column, we take a look at cooperative games that don’t require a controller, keyboard, or tablet. Today, we trek to the stars, taking on the role of a team of trainees on their first mission. Space Cadets puts you and your friends in the captain’s chair, the engineering deck...

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