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The Scourge Project Hits Steam Today, 10% Off For First Week

A couple weeks ago we got some hands-on time with Tragnarion Studio's four player co-op, third-person shooter, The Scourge Project, and were rather pleased with what we saw.  A co-op game where the narrative can be viewed from four unique perspectives is a particular mechanic that we certainly haven't seen in many of the games we've played and reviewed here at Co-Optimus, and one that Omar Salleh, the game's director, discussed in a bit more detail in our interview with him.  After the preview and the discussion with Omar, we were eager to get our hands on the full-game and see what mysteries it had in store for us.  Well, the time is finally at hand as Tragnarion announced today that The Scourge Project will be available for purchase on Steam today, and is even available at a 10% discount if you order it within the first week of its release.

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Arcen Games Announced Tidalis, A Puzzler with Co-Op

It was the end of last year when Arcen Games, makers of AI War: Fleet Command, told us they had two cooperative titles in the pipeline for 2010.  The first was called A Valley Without Wind, which was a take on the tower defense genre.  The game has since been bumped to 2011, but the second was an unnamed puzzle game with an addictive but simple mechanic.  Today Arcen has named the puzzle game and announced a beta starting very soon.

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