by Marc Allie 1
News
  • xbox 360
  • couch
  • online

50% Off Guitar Hero 5 for Xbox 360 At Amazon

Quite an impressive deal comes to us via Amazon.com today.  After just over a month in release, Guitar Hero 5 is on sale for 50% off.  The deal unfortunately only applies to the Xbox 360 version (sorry Wii and PS3 rockers).  We found the game impressive and gave it a very good review.  Don't forget that the Guitar Hero World Tour DLC that's on sale this week is compatible with Guitar Hero 5 as well.  If you're a music game fan, and haven't picked this title up yet, now's the time to nab it!

by Jason Love 1
News
  • playstation 3
  • couch
  • online

White Knight Chronicles Online System Detailed, Build Your Own Town

Earlier this week Jeff Rubenstein from the Playstation Blog had a chance once again to talk with developer Level-5 about their upcoming PS3 co-op title, White Knight Chronicles.  In the course of this discussion, additional details concerning the online portion of the game were revealed, specifically the three online modes that will be available to players: GeoNet (a social networking hub for players to meet and form parties), Georama (think SimCity meets Dark Cloud), and Subquest (the co-op portion).  What's more, voice chat has finally been confirmed for online play as well!  Occasionally, it does pay to be the squeaky wheel.

by Marc Allie 4
Editorial

Co-Op Casual Friday: Halo Wars Mega Bloks

You're probably thinking, hey, what's this?  A toy?  Isn't this a column about kid and family friendly video games?  Well, yes, it is.  But is there any thing more kid friendly than a toy?  Certainly there is not, especially when the toy is based on a fantastic video game.  As soon as we learned about the existence of Halo Wars Mega Bloks, it was a foregone conclusion that we'd own them.  Building our own Halo vehicles, with adorable little soldiers inside, is a lot of fun, and was certainly a cooperative effort!

by Jim McLaughlin 0
Review
  • xbox live arcade
  • couch
  • online

Ion Assault Co-Op Review

Ion Assault can be described as a very unique and beautiful take on the classic Asteroids arcade games. Movement and visuals are updated, as is the variety of obstacles you'll encounter. Although relatively short, Ion Assault features 2-player co-op support throughout the campaign, plus a 4-player competitive mode. How does it add up? We explore deep space for the review.

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