by Marc Allie 6
  • xbox 360
  • couch
  • online

Battlefield: Bad Company Co-Op DLC is Xbox Live Member's Choice

The votes have been tabulated, and the results are in: co-op rules.  A few weeks ago, Xbox Live Gold members had the chance to vote for their choice of potential deals on Live content.  The deal with the most votes was the DLC for Battlefield: Bad Company 2, including the 4 player online co-op addition, Onslaught mode.  Starting on October 18, this pack will be available for 400 MS points, or $5.  If you've been holding off on this awesome addition to the game, perhaps this deal will be enough to sway you.  It's nice to see a co-op piece of content rising to the top of the polls!

by Marc Allie 5

Everybody Please Welcome the Panasonic Jungle

It's not often we get to bring you new video game system announcements.  It's even less often that such announcments aren't related to the big three of Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo.  This rare occasion is the news of a new player in the handheld system arena from Panasonic (their first since the 3DO).  Dubbed the Jungle, the device will focus on online multiplayer, namely MMOs.  That sounds very co-op friendly, doesn't it?  World of Warcraft in your pocket?  Well, not yet; the Jungle is rumored to run on Linux.  What we do know about the device is sparse at this point: a slick HD capable screen, a full QWERTY keyboard plus standard gaming buttons, wi-fi, and a nifty-keen clamshell design. 

by Guest Author: 5

Co-Opticast Episode 52: The Live Cast

Four hosts enter Co-Opticast 52, only two remain when the dust settles. That's what happens when the Co-Opticrew tries to do something special for the latest episode of the Co-Opticast. Celebrating its two year anniversary Mike, Jim, Kat and Nick host an entertaining and technically challenged episode where all things co-op are discussed. Halo Reach? Yup. Game Delays? Yup. Randy Pitchford lovin? Yup. Crying babies? Yup. It's got it all. Thanks for two great years - here's to two more!

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by Nick Puleo 4
  • pc

Onlive Drops Subscription Fees

If you don't know what Onlive is, its a service that allows you to play PC games over the Internet with no downloading, installing or configuration on any platform.  Basically the system streams the game to you like a YouTube video.  It's a unique concept that many people doubted would work, but so far, everyone seems generally impressed.  

by Sam Tyler 3

Eurogamer Expo 2010 Part 1 – Co-op Roundup

On October 1-3, Co-Optimus’ own tea drinking and pie loving UK resident, ‘Samoza’, attended Eurogamer Expo 2010 held in London’s Earls Court. Part 1 of this preview covers hands on experience with co-ops biggest hitters: Gears of War 3 and Fable 3.

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