by Andrew Gaskill 0
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Exponentially better than Drizzle Kittens

New Cinematic Trailer for Thunder Wolves

Airwolf was an awesome (and I'm using the word loosely) mid-80's TV series that focused on a high-tech military helicopter. According to the internet, the franchise spawned nine video games. SeriouslyBlue Thunder was a 1983 film that featured "the most advanced helicopter in the world." It even had a TV series and video game tie-in. Thunder Wolves is a 2013 downloadable game that has nothing to do with either of these franchises, other than the fact that the words "thunder" and "wolves" are in the title. Oh yeah, there's also a crap-ton of badass helicopters. The point is... well, there isn't really a point. Watch the damn video. 

by Jason Love 1
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More allegiance levels, new items, and bug fixes are primary focus

God of War: Ascension to Receive Multiplayer Patch, Trial of the Gods Fixes

The latest entry to the God of War series, God of War: Ascension, has been out for almost a month now; providing players with plenty of opportunity to play against each other in its competitive multiplayer modes, or cooperatively in the "Trial of the Gods" mode. As with other games that have some combination of competitive and cooperative modes, your avatar's levels and progression carries over in both modes. So if you sharpen your blades in the competitive world and then decide co-op is more your pace, you don't have to start all over.

by John Bardinelli 3
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Waiting is for chumps

Dark Souls PC Patch Makes Co-Op with Friends Faster

Modders are good at either stirring up controversy (how many nude patches for how many games are there, now?) or providing valuable/awesome additions to our games. This is a strong case of the latter. Modder M0tah recently released the Dark Souls Connectivity Fix for the Windows PC version of the game. The little bundle of code makes connecting to friends take priority over random players, meaning you can bring your pals in for battle without delay. Some other network connection fixes were also implemented, but apart from that, the mod doesn't touch the rest of the game. Simple, but useful!

by D.J. Waaland 1
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Fun with deadly ninja robots

Warframe Hits the 1 Million Player Mark

If you are a frequent PC game player, and you own Steam, chances are you have seen the game Warframe pop up on your Steam browser at some point. Or, perhaps you have been following the game for some time, and were eager to give it a spin. Regardless of where you started Waframe, you and over one million players have become cyborg ninjas in just two weeks. Since the release of the Warframe open beta on March 18th, over one million players have signed on, spanning over 100 countries.

by John Bardinelli 0
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Don't worry, Pandora hasn't left you behind!

Borderlands 2 Patch for Mac Adds DLC and Co-Op Play

If you're one of the Mac owners out there who purchased Borderlands 2 from the Mac App Store, you've probably noticed a few key features have been, well, almost completely missing. Aspyr Media is here to save the day with a brand new patch that brings things (mostly) up to speed, including achievements, a handful of miscellaneous fixes, and access to leaderboards, all through the safe little garden that is the Mac App Store.

by John Bardinelli 0
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Harvesting virtual crops > harvesting real crops

Farming Simulator 2013 Heading to Xbox 360, PS3 This Fall

You know you want it. Come on, you really do. All those hours spent playing Harvest Moon, wishing it were just the teensiest bit more realistic. And let's be honest, your most impressive Minecraft map is basically an automated wheat-producing machine. Time to drop the act and pick up a real man's farming game: Farming Simulator 2013. And we're only slightly joking when we make that statement.

by Nick Puleo 0
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PC Gaming Roots

Beyond Co-Op - March 31st through April 6th, 2013

Welcome to Beyond Co-Op, the weekly piece where we look at some of the biggest news around the gaming industry that may or may not pertain to cooperative gaming. This week's news is marred by the death of one of the oldest gaming studios out there and then turn around and highlighted by what the gaming industry has become - Kickstarter.  It seems all three news items today come from PC gaming roots.

by Andrew Gaskill 1
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Touch each other. Seriously.

Spin the Bottle Coming Soon to the Wii U

A new party game is coming to the Wii U this May. Spin the Bottle will allow up to eight players to spin a virtual bottle and touch each other inappropriately. Fun! You need a Wii U game pad and two Wii remotes to play. How's this for a spin? You don't need a TV display, so it will be easy to play this game anywhere around the house, including the family room, the dining room, or your alternative lifestyle role-playing area.  As long as the game pad and the Wii U can still whisper sweet nothings to each other, you're in business. (They have to stay connected.)

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