by Jason Love 0
Interview
  • pc
  • online
Ambition driving design

Indie-Ana Co-Op and the Zombasite Interview

Soldak Entertainment has been making games as an independent studio for the past 12 years. A hallmark of many of the titles they have produced has been the depth in their mechanics, from taking on quests to save a village to managing diplomatic relations all while set within the trappings of an action-RPG. We spoke with lead developer and founder S...

by Mike Katsufrakis 0
Review
  • pc
  • playstation 4
  • xbox one
  • online
Praise the Soup!

Dark Souls 3 Co-Op Review

The Souls series has had a lot of digital ink spilled over it in these parts. I was the lone fan of Demon's Souls until our good friend Andrew Gaskill came along and penned tens of thousands of words about that game and Dark Souls for us. His enthusiasm snared our editorial community, drawing in our own Locke Vincent and eventually Jason Love j...

by Marc Allie 0
Review
  • pc
Co-op? It\'s about time

Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void Co-Op Review

Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void is the latest expansion to the extremely popular RTS giant. In addition to wrapping up the Starcraft II storyline, Legacy of the Void brings with it not just one but two cooperative gameplay modes. Co-Op Missions and Archon mode are vastly different from one another, and both have their own strengths and weaknesses....

by Nick Puleo 0
News
  • pc
Virtual couch co-op becomes a reality

How VR Could Change Co-Op Gaming Forever

Virtual Reality (VR) are two words which are about to have a huge impact in the world of co-op gaming. Tech industry leaders like Facebook, Samsung and Sony are currently tripping over themselves in the rush to become VR global leaders and seize the sizeable market. You may already have tried out a beta version of VR but the latest technology is literally going to transport you to a different world. Devices are as simple as headphones and a visor but the experiences the technology can now produce are astounding. 

by Enoch Starnes 0
News
  • xbox 360
  • pc
  • couch
  • online
Time to dig out those heisting gloves.

Monaco Has Been Added To The Xbox One Backwards Compatibility List

Thieves, brigands, and cut-purses alike have flown a little under the radar on Microsoft's current-gen console.  Sure, you've got your "Big Bosses" and your "Templars" and whatnot, but aside from that, stealth enthusiasts have largely had to dwell in the shadows and console each other with unsuspecting neck snaps.  It wasn't always this way, though.  Once upon a time, a little game called Monaco: What's Yours is Mine tiptoed its way directly into our hearts.

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