by Marc Allie 4
Editorial
Death by plastic

Tabletop Co-Op: Zombicide

Once again, it’s time for us to delve into the world of tabletop gaming. We’ve seen the rise of cooperative concepts in video games in recent years, and there is a similar pattern in board and card gaming. Today, we’ll consider one of the most popular board games released last year, the highly thematic and gorgeously produced Zombicide.

by John Bardinelli 1
News
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  • pc
  • playstation network
  • couch
  • online
Strange looking turtles, but solid looking gameplay

Gameplay and Commentary on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows

A little bit of gameplay footage has been released from the upcoming brawler Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, complete with commentary from some of IGN's finest. The game is still in pre-alpha but is coming along quite nicely, sporting a visual style that leans closer to the modern incarnation of the TMNT crew but with gameplay geared towards those who grew up with the original turtles, a.k.a. the only real TMNT. That's right, we said it.

by Christopher Metz 1
News
  • playstation network
Death is only the beginning...

Mossmouth Announces Spelunky's Arrival on PS3 and PS Vita

It's obvious that most video games aren’t quite as challenging these days, even at their highest difficulty setting. Certain games that make players throw their controllers out the window surely stand out from the rest, and that’s why Spelunky is such a highly addictive game. PlayStation fans will be happy to know that their versions of Spelunky will be arriving on the PlayStation Network this summer.

by Tally Callahan 8
News
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  • playstation 4
  • couch
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Now with rolling!

PAX East 2013 - Diablo 3 (PS3) Hands-On Preview

This past weekend at PAX East 2013, I had a chance to try out the PS3 version of Diablo 3, complete with a reworked interface and new console-specific features. I’m pretty familiar with the PC version of Diablo 3, having capped out my monk and making it all the way through the second act of Inferno. Due to a myriad of factors, however, I haven’t touched the game since a couple months after the PC version released. I picked up the PS3 version of Diablo 3 expecting to be met with the same feeling of semi-apathy that I currently feel for the PC version of the game. To my complete shock, however, I came away quite impressed.

by Mike Katsufrakis 6
Review
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  • online
Oh look, a monster! I'M GOING TO MAKE A HAT OUT OF IT.

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Co-Op Review

Monster Hunter games have always piqued our curiosity due to their massive bestiary and strong co-op community, but we haven't put one through its paces before. That's about to change, as we've checked out both the WiiU and 3DS versions of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate. Will the co-op goodness shine through, or will we be stuck grinding for materials? Let's find out!

by John Bardinelli 2
News
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  • couch
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So many pretty things to look at.

Vanillaware's Dragon's Crown Releasing This Summer

If there's one thing we can say about Dragon's Crown, it's that it's a gorgeous, gorgeous game. If there's two things, it's that the 11 month silence since Atlus rescued the game has been a long wait. The sidescrolling brawler created by Vanillaware is one part Golden Axe and one part Castle Crashers, although most will agree that the artwork is what's really going to draw some attention.

by John Bardinelli 4
News
  • pc
  • couch
  • online
Developer describes it as "totally co-op" with "probably like a gajillion" robots.

PixelJunk Inc. Revealed, is All About Soup and Lasers

Developer Q-Games has done a lot of really great things with the PixelJunk series. Representing every genre from shooter to tower defense to simulation, each release has hit the fun spot right in the core, with plenty of lovely artwork and some great co-op experiences to boot. With Pixel Junk Inc., those convenient genre labels are thrown out the door. Instead, we get a healthy combination of PixelJunk Shooter, Terraria, PixelJunk Monsters, and, of all things, a soup-selling simulation!

by Sam Tyler 4
News
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Starting today get Dead Rising 2 on the cheep cheep

Spring is in the Air with the Latest XBL Sale

Easter has come early this year, you can tell by the fact that it is still snowing outside and I haven't got around to buying any eggs.  Best then that I avoid my family and stay indoors playing games on my 360.  The Spring Sale starts today and lasts until April 1st.  It is not co-op heavy, but Dead Rising 2 and its DLC is all reduced.  For the full list click Read More and do yourself a favor and get all The Walking Dead episodes for total of 800 Microsoft Points.

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