by Nick Puleo 3
News
  • pc

New Steam Update is Out Now

The new Steam Client has been in beta for a few months now, but today Valve has released the new hotness to the masses.  The new client not only adds an incredibly sexy new interface, but also adds a host of new features including more Windows 7 support, tools to find friends in games easier, a brand new webkit based web browser, and new downloading tools.

by Nick Puleo 4
Review
  • pc
  • couch
  • online

The Scourge Project Co-Op Review

The Scourge Project from developer Tragnarion has been a game we've been watching for sometime. 4 Player Co-op through a sci-fi campaign, complete with gorgeous graphics and a unique story telling method sounds extremely promising. But will it live up to it's potential? Find out in our review.

by Jim McLaughlin 8
News

A Splinter Cell: Conviction PR Stunt for the Suicidal

Isn't viral marketing awesome? You can pay someone to get themselves into trouble with the local police, all for the media attention that it will bring to your product. In New Zealand, a stupid PR (public relations) idea for Splinter Cell: Conviction became an international news item: according to reports, a man in bandages began randomly pointing a fake gun at people in the Viaduct Basin of Auckland. I'm pretty sure these people aren't going to run down to the store for their copy of the game anytime soon.

by Nick Puleo 10
News
  • xbox 360
  • pc
  • couch
  • online

Left 4 Dead "The Passing" DLC Impressions

While gamers had to wait almost a year for their first taste of a new campaign for Left 4 Dead 1, with the second game the wait was half of that.  Left 4 Dead 2's The Passing has been talked up quite a bit, the campaign from the get go sounded like one designed for longtime fans of the series as our favorite characters from both games would finally come face to face.  Having played the three level campaign a handful of times now, we weigh in on whether or not the content is worth the price of admission  - which of course varies by platform from free on the PC, to $7 on the Xbox 360.

by Marc Allie 2
Editorial

Co-Op Classics: R-Type

I've always had a love/hate relationship with shoot-em-ups (otherwise known as shmups). R-Type is one of the oldest series of shooters, and it has everything I love (and hate) in spades.

by Nick Puleo 15
Event
  • xbox 360
  • couch
  • online

Left 4 Dead 2: The Passing Xbox Live Co-Op Night

To celebrate the release of L4D2's The Passing, we're going to have a special Xbox Live Co-Op night. We'll be playing this new content as well as the core game - so if you're missing any of the campaigns or having a hard time finding someone to play The Passing with, this is the perfect opportunity.

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