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Kickstarter stretch goal achieved...without Kickstarter

Satellite Reign is Adding 4 Player Co-Op, We Have the Developer Interview

Satellite Reign was launched on Kickstarter in late 2013, and it easily met its funding goal of $530,000 by raising over $700,000. But it never quite made it to some of the stretch goals, the biggest of which was a million dollar goal for online co-op. The game released back in August of 2015 on Steam after an early access period and so far garnered over a 1000 positive reviews, meeting expectations of both the players and developer 5 Lives. 

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Diving into the four player co-op mode

Homefront: The Revolution Co-Op Impressions from the Beta

This past weekend publisher Deep Silver and developer Dambuster Studios kicked off a limited closed beta for Homefront: The Revolution on Xbox One. The beta was the first step to testing the game's multiplayer infrastructure and gather some feedback. We were lucky enough to get our hands on, and played through the three available missions; delving into the unlocks and nuances this early look had to offer.

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Time to download a bunch of games you'll play once!

PSN Flash Sales has Borderlands 2 for $4, and other Co-Op Greats

Sony is having a flash sale on PSN this weekend to celebrate Valentine's Day. What does that mean? There's a lot of co-op focused content available on the cheap for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PS Vita. I personally couldn't pass up Borderlands 2 with all of the extra content for just $4. A total steal.

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Will include all PC content released thus far

Sword Coast Legends Coming to Consoles this Spring

The console version of Sword Coast Legends, the latest attempt by developers to create a Dungeons and Dragon experience in video game format, will be arriving sometime this spring. The title first saw release on the PC last October and has received a fair amount of content in that time, all of which will be included in the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions.

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Peter Venkman, the Doctor, and Batman walk into a bar

LEGO Dimensions Co-Op Review

I was initially attracted to LEGO Dimensions for one reason: you could play as the Doctor and fly the T.A.R.D.I.S. I expected it would be a fun little side thing in the game, but that’s all. What I did not expect was for TT Games and Warner Bros to incorporate all the best bits of so many intellectual properties into one cohesive form while r...

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Featuring the illustrious Bakken Hood

Strategically Dying In Zonaco Brought To You By F.A.L.C.O.

We've probably played more Monaco than you care to watch, but this episode of Friday Awesomely Live Co-Op is worth your attention. We've played the majority of Zonaco (the zombie mode of Monaco) with just the three of us, and during this episode, we realized that we've been playing it wrong this whole time. Our good friend Bakken Hood joined us, and demonstrated his innate ability to strategically throw his body at Bloaters to great effect. Sure, we had to revive him several many many times, but he always managed to take out several zombies with him, or destroy lasers/turrets. Impressive, to say the least.

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Enter the dark zone

Open Beta for The Division Later this Month

If you weren't one of the fortunate few to be able to participate in the closed beta of Tom Clancy's The Division a couple weekends ago, then you're in luck. Ubisoft announced they'll be having an open beta starting next weekend, February 19 - 21, on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Additionally, Xbox One owners will get some extra time with it as your access starts a day earlier on February 18.

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