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Sonic the Mekahog

Mekazoo Co-Op Review

Back in the glory days of video games when it was all about Sega vs. Nintendo, speed became a deciding factor in which games were cool. Mario's great and all, but does he move as fast as Sonic? No, therefore Sonic is cooler. Now go finish your Hi-C alone in the corner. Mekazoo takes inspiration from speedy games of old (along with modern games ...

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Say 'Mars Aeternum' one more time. I dare you.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Co-Op Review

For the past few installments, the Call of Duty series has been flirting with near-future military technology. That's nice and all, but what I really want are some gosh darned Space Marines. Luckily, someone at Infinity Ward was listening. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare firmly plunges the series into a future where mankind has not only colonize...

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Pseudo shooter.

Xenoraid Co-Op Review

Xenoraid looks like an old school shmup. In many ways, it even plays like an old school shmup. But when you jump in that ship and get a feel for the controls, you realize this game is about as modern as it gets. Once you get used to the ship swapping feature, the upgrade menus, and the clever co-op mode, you'll realize this game goes far beyond...

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An eight step journey to relaxation.

Our Weekend In Gaming: A Peaceful Transition

Ah, and we're back once more.  Soothing, isn't it, coming back to this little bastion of peace once a week before diving straight into a weekend of debauchery?  There's some small comfort in knowing that every single Friday, you can read about the Co-Opticrew's plans before transitioning into those of your own.  As you read through each answer, let your workweek troubles fall away until you're left with nothing but high hopes and a huge thing of tequila.  Where'd that tequila come from?  Good question.  I can't tell you it appeared because you read all of our responses, but I also can't tell you it didn't.

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New hero and biome for Defenders, new items and event for Terraria

Someone Got Terraria in Dungeon Defenders II, and Vice Versa

I'm not sure if this is quite like the moment when someone mixed chocolate and peanut butter, but Re-Logic, the team behind Terraria, and Trendy Entertainment, creators of Dungeon Defenders II, have cross-pollinated their franchises. A Terraria themed hero, the Dryad, has been added to the Defenders roster, while a new Defenders-themed event has found its way into Terraria.

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