by Locke Vincent 0
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  • online

God Eater Burst Co-Op Review

If you've hunted one monster, you've hunted them all - right? Not quite. God Eater Burst busts onto the on the go co-op monster hunting scene for the PlayStation Portable. Featuring an in-depth story, anime style cut scenes, and four player co-op - God Eater Burst looks solid...but is it?

by Andrew Gaskill 4
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  • playstation 3
  • xbox 360
  • pc
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New Screens and Video of Hunted: The Demon's Forge Crucible Mode

Hunted: The Demon's Forge is looking to extend its longevity.  A new dungeon creator mode has been revealed, simply titled "Crucible."  Gold earned during the campaign can be used to buy new items for the dungeon tool.  Potential dungeon engineers will be given a grid and multiple options to craft a challenging level for their friends.  You can even upload your Crucible to share with others online.  It's like being a Dungeon Master, only without stupid rule books or that silly screen!  We have a very informative video after the break that explains just how the Crucible tool will work.

by Andrew Gaskill 0
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  • xbox 360
  • pc
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New Screens for The Cursed Crusade

We haven't heard much from The Cursed Crusade lately.  Videos were released in November and January, and now we have some fresh screens for you.  In The Cursed Crusade, players will take the role of Templar Denz or thief Esteban in a quest to free themselves from "a curse that threatens to consume their immortal souls."  While these new screens don't show it, the previous videos suggest a more sinister setting than medievil Mesopotamia.  2 player local or online co-op should be supported.  We'll have more for you in the upcoming months, before the game releases for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC this summer.

by Marc Allie 4
Editorial

Co-Op Classics Video Edition: Dungeons & Dragons Tower of Doom

It's time once again for a video edition of Co-Op Classics.  Typically, we try to create videos for two of our previously featured classics in a video edition.  However, this time around, the game was so massive and full of cool action that it deserved an edition of its own!   It's time for Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom!

by Katrina Pawlowski 1
News
  • playstation network

PSN Title "Amy" Looks To Integrate Survival Horror and Co-Op in Digital Content

When taking a look at cooperative PSN titles lately, we've been seeing a lot of puzzle titles that force players to work together against the high score. Now however, the in-progress survival horror title looks to bring players together for a terrifying co-op experience, as well as an in depth story to enjoy. Amy, the misleadingly girlie title of an incredibly dark game, is looking to bring a truly horrific story to our PSN's, with players working together to run, hide, and fight off hordes of not-quite-human's.

by Andrew Gaskill 3
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Co-Op Release Alert for the Week of 4.18.2011

Are you ready for this?  It's time for the co-op games of mid-to-late April!  Woo-Hoo!  This week we've got the retail releases of some XBLA classics!  Wii's only FPS worth mentioning gets a sequel; and Navy SEALs infiltrate the PS3.  I feel like I'm missing something...  Oh yeah, Portal 2 comes out tomorrow.  It would have come out earlier, but you didn't give Valve enough time and money.  Shame on you.

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