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We look at this year's upcoming games

The Co-Op Games of 2013 Preview

It's hard to believe we made it to 2013 unscathed, but here we go barreling towards a new generation of consoles. Luckily your Xbox 360, PlayStation and PC won't be collecting dust as the first half of the year is just JAM PACKED with co-op games. Electronic Arts comes out with the crown releasing four major co-op games in the span of 6 weeks. Some long awaited co-op games also hit and the PC is filled with some smaller titles sure to satisfy their audiences. Let's take a look at what 2013 has to offer for co-op gamers.

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Move over John Woo

A Black Ops 2 Zombies Fan Film for your Friday Viewing Pleasure

We get tips from time to time for fan films based on popular co-op video game franchises.  Sometimes the efforts are pretty amateur, though admirable, and other times they are simply slick.  This fan film based on Call of Duty: Black Ops 2's zombies mode falls towards the latter.  The film by Jason Rosete features three agents on a mysterious island on some sort of mission - only to discover the island is infested with glowing eyed zombies.  Time to team up (co-op) and kick some zombie butt.

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Plus Beta Access for SimCity

EA Pre-Orders On Amazon Offer $20 Back - SimCity, Army of Two, Dead Space 3

Amazon has a few special's going on for some of this year's biggest co-op releases, which just all so happen to be coming from Electronic Arts and also happen to fall within the next two months.  All of the games include a $20 credit on your next Amazon purchase (after the game ships) - and SimCity includes access to this weekend's beta.  Just follow the below links and pre-order away!

by Andrew Gaskill 2
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A competitive take on co-op?

Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage 2 Loses Local Co-Op, Gains Team Battle Mode

The first Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage was an alright-ish brawler that was good enough for many fans of the franchise. It featured super powered martial artists from the popular manga series, following their bloody adventures as they literally punched and kicked their enemies (and each other) into bloody chunks. Out of all the licensed games I have ever played, it's definitely one of them. The game supported a two player split screen mode that left our reviewer, the esteemed Marc Allie, wanting more. The sequel, Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage 2, has upped the co-op ante with online support, but is has lost local play in the process. 

by Andrew Gaskill 2
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It's like the movie, but different.

New Aliens: Colonial Marines Trailer Kicks Xeno Ass

Aliens: Colonial Marines has a kick ass new trailer out today. It's actually called "Aliens: Colonial Marines - Kick Ass Trailer." Damn, Gearbox, I just got used to typing "badass" in each and every one of our Borderlands 2 stories. Now you're going to go and change it up on me? Anyway, this trailer is all sorts of kick ass. I think. I have mixed feelings on this one. Why don't you check it out and let us know what you think?

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Much raiding will ensue.

Resident Evil Revelations: Unveiled Edition Officially Headed to Consoles in May

We've been following rumors of Resident Evil: Revelations coming to Xbox 360 since November last year, and those rumors have finally turned to fact. Resident Evil Revelations: Unveiled Edition is officially coming to Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and Wii U on May 21st. it will bring enhanced visuals, a new harder difficulty, a new enemy, and lots of enhancements to the co-op Raid mode. Could this be the Resident Evil game console owners have been clamoring for?

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You're very own Boardwalk Empire

Omerta: City of Gangsters Out on February 12th with 2 Co-Op Modes

Omerta: City of Gangsters has gone gold and will be available on the Xbox 360 and PC on February 12th.  The turn based strategy game is being developed by Haemimont Games, who also developed Tropico 3 and co-op game The First Templar.  The game takes place in a 1920s Atlantic City with the player taking the role of an immigrant working his way up the criminal hierarchy.  The single player campaign is said to offer over 15 hours of content through a historically accurate Atlantic City on 20 different maps.  There's no word if Enoch Johnson (aka Nucky Thompson) plays a part in the game, but we gotta hope for at least one cameo, right?

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Grenades Hoooooooo!

Booooom! Latest Army of 2: Devil's Cartel Trailer Explodes onto the Net

Another week, another Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel trailer.  This could only mean one of two things; either someone at Visceral Games has too much time on their hands and is producing loads of trailers, or the game must be ready for release pretty soon.  Let's assumes that it is the latter as this 2 player co-op title will grace the PS3 and 360 from the 26th of March.

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Free to play ARPG with high level of character customization enters open beta

Path of Exile Begins Open Beta

Path of Exile, a PC Action RPG, entered open beta today. The servers were wiped clean of all closed beta characters just a few hours ago, and there should be no more character wipes, even when the game officially launches. While similarities to Diablo II and other ARPGs can be clearly pointed out, Path of Exile stands apart from the crowd in several ways, including its unique skill system where skills are attached to gems (not the characters) and can be modified with other gems.

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