by Sam Tyler 1
Video
  • xbox 360
  • couch
Two preview vids are out for Kinect Star Wars

The Force is Dubious with these Kinect Star Wars Vids

When I turned 7, my Dad threw me a Star Wars themed birthday party. This consisted of all the kids dressing up as Star Wars characters and chasing my Dad (playing Darth Vader) around the garden with rolled up newspapers. Nothing I have seen since has come close in terms of re-enacting the original Star Wars trilogy (certainly not the second trilogy), but Kinect Star Wars has the potential. Two new preview videos have surfaced that give an impression of what the game will provide.

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Podcast

Co-Opticast Episode 82: The Great White North

Co-Opticast Episode 82 is here. Our new quad of hosts are finally hitting their stride as they manage to talk about all the co-op goodness they've been playing. From Syndicate to the Vita there's lots of impressions to be had. Then it's on to user blogs to discuss what we want from our games. After that it's onto the news and the biggest announcement, or rather hype, Borderlands 2. Yes we spend 30 minutes talking about a 3 minute trailer. Not really. Maybe.

by Sam Tyler 1
Screens
  • xbox 360
  • online
Project Draco gets an official name change to Crimson Dragon

Project Draco Becomes Crimson Dragon: Still 3 Player Co-op

I don't know why companies still insist on creating code names for their products before coming out with the official title; I was happy with the Nintendo Piddle, before they changed it to the Wii. The latest name change surrounds the spiritual successor to Panzer Dragoon. Project Draco shall now been known as Crimson Dragon. Along with a new name, some equally new details are beginning to appear about this elusive exclusive for the Xbox 360 Kinect.

by Nick Puleo 3
News
  • playstation 3
  • xbox 360
  • pc

AOC E2352PHZ 3D Monitor Impressions

3D gaming and movies seem to be all the rage these days.  Every big theatrical release touts it's 3D viewing and several big games tout their compatibility with 3D on the PlayStation 3 and PC.  Most home 3D viewing is done using a system that requires a set of big glasses that use alternating eyes to give the impression of 3D.  But there's another method that's a lot less expensive and a lot closer to the experience you'd find in a movie theater - and that's polarized.  Over the past few weeks I've been using a new monitor from AOC that uses this method to display 3D images.  

by Andrew Gaskill 1
News
  • playstation 3
  • xbox 360
  • online

Co-Op Release Alert for the Week of 2.27.2012

It's a little slow this week. The only truly new co-op release is a third person shooter.  I'll give you a couple hints, and you see if you can tell me where the game takes place.  Hint #1:  It's set in the future.  Hint #2: Robots.  Hint #3: Said future robots, or "frobots," as I like to call them, are becoming too human.  Hint #4: It's not a Blade Runner game (you wish!).  

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