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A Virus Named TOM Offers Puzzling Cooperative Action

A Virus Name TOM is a new downloadable puzzle game from Misfits Attic.  You've seen these types of circut puzzles before, but not quite like this.  The game has a unique personality, art style, and sense of humor that sets it apart from the average puzzle game.  It also has four player co-op!  Check out the following videos to get a feel for this quirky puzzler.

by Andrew Gaskill 47
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Co-Op Rant: Dark Souls Server Co-Op Debacle

Are you having problems summoning your friends in Dark Souls?  Heck, are you having problems summoning anyone to help you in your battle against the demonic hordes of Lordran?  Have you been placing your summon sign at the beginning of every level and in front of every boss encounter, but no one calls for help?  You are not alone.  Well, you are alone.   Dark Souls is using a different server system than its predecessor, Demon's Souls, and it greatly hinders the possibility of meeting up with your friends.  Naturally, the internets are not amused.  

by Tally Callahan 4
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We go hands-on with upcoming games Inversion and Tales of Graces F

Namco Bandai Event: Hands-On with Inversion and Tales of Graces F

Tuesday morning I took the train down to the Loews Regency Hotel on Park Avenue to check out Namco Bandai’s roster of upcoming games. The appointment granted me access to go hands-on with ten or so games, but only two had co-op: Inversion and Tales of Graces F. That was completely fine by me, as I spent my entire hour or so there playing those two and talking to the reps about them.

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Dungeon Defenders Developer Diary Demonstrates Delightfully Destructive... D'awesomeness

Today we have the third Dungeon Defenders developer diary for your viewing pleasure.  We've covered the basics and build phases in previous entries.  That's a nice appetizer, but where's the main course?  Get your steak knives ready, because here comes the meat!  Today we're showing you the combat phase of the game.  This is where the magic happens, people!  It's co-operative tower defense mayhem at it's finest!  Look at all the colors!  It's beautiful!  To further Zen your experience, we follow that up with a clip featuring the mighty Monk's melee and magic mastery.

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