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Choose any design you want, we just need one thing.

Win a Free T-Shirt from Co-Optimus and TeePublic

It's been a few months since we launched a brand new T-Shirt store in partnership with TeePublic. Our store not only sells the official Co-Optimus branded T-Shirt, but dozens of other co-op themed t-shirts created by the community. Today we're giving away three shirts to some lucky readers, and all you need to do is pick your favorite design and caption it from our store.

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New Book Now Available!

I Was Geeky When Geeky Wasn't Cool

In 2008, I was lucky enough to join the Co-Optimus team. I've always enjoyed writing, and the opportunity to write about video games, another passion of mine, was something I couldn't pass up. Almost seven years, hundreds of news articles, and dozens of game reviews later, I have taken the next step by writing my first book!

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New to PlayStation? Now's your chance to easily catch up.

Upcoming PlayStation Now Subscription Programs Detailed

Though PlayStation Now has been open to all gamers for a few months now, there has been a desire from the community for a subscription based version of the service. Well, beginning on January 13th, a PlayStation Now subscription program will become available to PS4 owners, giving players the opportunity to have instant and unlimited access of over 100 PS3 games!

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Clearly, kindness will teach those hackers a lesson!

PSN's Christmas Outage Outcome: 5 Day PS+ Extention

It's been a rough few months for Sony and their increasingly self-conscious security system. First the cyber attacks in late November exposed plenty of company info to people who proceeded to broadcast it to the world. Then came Christmas morning. Good girls and boys cranked up their brand new PS4's, hoping to download some hot titles from PSN, only to be met with silence. Thousands of brand new PlayStations cried out to the internet, begging for an answer that would never come.

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