by Paul Acevedo 0
News
  • xbox 360
  • couch
Co-op makes learning twice as fun, I always say.

Kinect Nat Geo TV and Sesame Street TV Season 2 Released and Ready to Teach

See those kids hopping about in front of a studio made up to look like the perfect living room? They are playing Kinect Nat Geo TV Season Two, baby! And you can too, because the sequel/add-on to the original Kinect Nat Geo TV is now available to download on Xbox 360. This season promises eight more episodes of nature-themed education mixed with motion-controlled minigames, plus a new host: Brady Barr of Dangerous Encounters.

by Jason Love 0
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  • xbox live arcade
  • pc
  • playstation network
  • online
Interesting contest gets your entry in the game and a special thanks

Achieve Afterlife Glory by Telling God Mode Developers How You Died

The recently announced co-op FPS from Atlus, God Mode, has an interesting premise. You see, you're dead. Expired. Ceased to be. You've given up the ghost. Joined the choir ethereal. In so many words, you are an ex-parrot. In spite of your current state, all hope is not exactly lost as you have a chance at redemption by battling your way through the minions of Hades ("that's hell, in a toga"). The burning question, though, is how did you get to be here?

by Nick Puleo 2
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  • arcade
  • couch
  • online
We've had the big prize all along.

Total Carnage's End Screen Bug Revealed 20 Years Later

If you've never heard of Total Carnage, it's the sequel to the co-op arcade game Smash T.V.  It's also one of my favorite co-op games ever.  It takes the twin stick formula of Smash T.V. and adds in heavy doses of comedy and continued over the top violence.  I've logged countless hours on this game over many different versions since it was released to home consoles on the SEGA Genesis.  One thing that's always bugged me, at least I thought, was that I never received the true ending to the game.  It turns out that's the result of a bug that's been there since the game was in the arcades in the early 90s.

by Sam Tyler 0
News
  • Xbox Live Arcade
A crazy looking video for a crazy looking game

Serious Sam: Double D XXL Trailer, Prepared to be Scared

Imagine a game that is like the fantastic Super Contra, but seen through the eyes of an animal tripping on LSD.  This is about halfway to the realisation that is Serious Sam: Double D XXL.  This XBLA exclusive 2 player local co-op title (it was out on PC without co-op) is coming to burn your earballs on February 20th.  Don't believe me that the game looks insane?  Better check out the new trailer for yourself.

by Nick Puleo 1
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  • playstation 3
  • xbox 360
  • couch
  • online
Console gamers have their go now.

Painkiller Hell and Damnation Arrives on 360 and PS3 this April

Painkiller Hell & Damnation was released last year on the PC, rebooting a franchise that old school shooter fans had fond memories of.  While it wasn't the greatest shooter we played, the two player co-op gave it some legs and added to the chaos that was set before you.  Now console gamers are going to get to try their hands with weapons like the stake gun as hundreds of enemies attempt to bring you down in this horror-esque setting.

by Andrew Gaskill 3
Video
  • playstation vita
  • online
Get it? It's funny because of the -- oh never mind.

Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable Out Now, Launch Trailer Looks Buggy

Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable is available now on the PlayStation Vita via the PlayStation Store. If you're not familiar with the series, I'll sum it up for you: You play as Storm 1, part of the Earth Defense Force. You forcibly defend the Earth from alien attacks. These aliens, called Ravagers, come in the form of giant bugs, hulking robots and menacing drop ships. You control a little dude with strangely animated hips and blast the bugs while gathering better weapons and armor. As an added bonus, the buildings which make up the cities you're supposed to be defending will crumble if you so much as look at them funny. There is no penalty for knocking over a skyscraper for the sake of a good explosion. It's simple, fun, and addictive. 

by Jason Love 0
Screens
  • wiiu
  • couch
  • online
Everyone's gotta start somewhere

Meet the Sword and Shield of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate

As we look ahead to the co-op releases for the next few months, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate still firmly blips on our radar screens for the end of March. Previously, we've seen the some action straight from the game and even a little bit about connecting with other WiiU friends online or locally via the 3DS. Recently, Capcom's begun detailing some of the different weapons and weapon combos you'll have available through the Capcom-Unity blog. First up on the list is the basic weapon set with which all players will begin: the ever trusty Sword and Shield.

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