by Enoch Starnes 0
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The only country where never leaving your car makes total sense.

Our Weekend In Gaming: Cruisin' AUS

Racing's on the mind this weekend, folks. The Co-Opticrew has gotten a taste of the latest in the Forza Horizon series, and now we just can't get enough. It's like they say: Once you pop, you become addicted to cruising the Outback in pursuit of growing your brand and enticing more fans to join your absurdly destructive car festival until you're a dust-covered husk of your former self.

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Get a load of the new folks.

Our Weekend In Gaming: Fresh Meat

Ladies and gentlemen, I have the pleasure of introducing the two latest additions to the Co-Opticrew: Perron Wiley and Brian Harrison!  Naturally, in accordance with the 1986 edition of Gaming Journalism Customs And Bylaws, we'll be conducting a series of hazing rituals throughout their first week of employment.  Get this:  first, we have them "writing articles", and once that's done, they'll have to "play video games".  Then, once they think they're finally out of the woods, they'll be "telling dumb jokes on Slack".

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News
Prosecutors hate him.

Our Weekend In Gaming: One Unstoppable Attorney

At long last, the Co-opticrew has another chance to relax and reflect on what seems to have been quite the busy week.  More and more, the staff here is returning to its local gaming roots, indicating our growing desire for face-to-face interaction.  Through couch co-op, board games, and roleplaying games, we've trended back towards the chance to sit down with a few friends, chat about nothing in particular, and work towards a common goal.  Perhaps that will change in the future (especially once VR co-op becomes more commonplace), but for now, we're mostly content to sip on our beverages of choice and talk smack about the lines of code that oppose us.

by Mike Katsufrakis 0
Editorial
I hope you like hunting demons!

MMO Co-Opportunities Volume LXIX - WoW Legion

For this installment of MMO Co-Opportunities, I'm hijacking Tally's column to talk about World of Warcraft - Legion. Sorry about that! I haven't seriously played WoW since the Cataclysm days, though I did dip my toes into Mists of Pandaria. I also played around with the Warlords of Draenor content in the weeks leading up to Legion's launch, and a lot has changed. Considering many people who have lapsed on WoW seem to be interested in Legion, I'm going to briefly talk about some things that have changed in recent years before I get to what's completely new.

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Complete MMO editions with all expansion at cheap price.

MMO Deals: 40% Off Elder Scrolls Online Gold, 66% Off The Secret World

Following news that The Secret World's forums were hacked, maybe the way to entice new players is a discount? Perhaps that's why Funcom has gone ahead with a Bundle Stars sale with a 66% discount on both the Ultimate and Standard Editions of the game. At $20.39 for Ultimate and $10.19 for Standard, we're looking at Summer Sale price levels and the lowest we've seen in recent months.

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Baby.

Our Weekend In Gaming: Hail to the Chiefs

Good afternoon!  The Co-opticrew is recovering from the PAX West News-A-Thon, and to reinforce the fact that we're all totally human and not at all cyborg journalists attached to a central hivemind, we're each doing so in our own, unique ways.  

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News
For some, Holy Diver will be the biggest "get" on the list

Play Classic Co-Op Titles with the Retro-Bit Generations

During the summer, Nintendo unveiled a little something that's sure to be a big hit this holiday season, the NES Classic Edition. The "console" shaped like a classic NES would come preloaded with 30 titles from the olden days, like Legend of Zelda and Super Mario Bros 3, and include modern connection ports so you can hook it up to your TV and relive your youthful gaming days. Retro-Bit, who has been putting out emulation consoles that let you play your old cartridges, has recently announced a similar product, the Retro-Bit Generations.

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News
Now accepting disgraced interns.

Our Weekend In Gaming: The Legion of Shame

Ah, September is finally here.  As marked by the release of the latest Madden iteration, game releases will soon start piling in, flooding our living rooms, and darkening our windows.  This time around, I think we're mostly ready for The Releasening, but to make sure that's the case, we're either dipping back into franchises we know and love or finishing up lingering reviews.

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Unless they're somehow playing co-op Eternal Darkness, I don't care.

Our Weekend In Gaming: Filthy Casuals

Folks, we're really dropping the ball this weekend.  I don't mean, like, "Our roadie, Lenny, forgot to plug in our guitars" levels of ball-dropping.  I'm talking fully-fledged, "Lenny sold all our equipment and escaped to Mexico City" ball-dropping.  Not only are we not playing new and interesting video games, we're instead "tossing the pigskin" and "leveling our Dwarf Shaman" like total scrublords.  Get this, some of us aren't even playing games this weekend.  What are we, Teen Vogue?  I was ready to shut the whole thing down, honestly, if it weren't for Locke hoisting the Obscurity Torch.

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