by Eric Murphy 0
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Gaming for the folks with the REAL guns

Join Us for Operation Supply Drop's 4th Annual 8-Bit Salute

Next month, Co-Optimus staff and community will be participating in Operation Supply Drop's 4th Annual 8-Bit Salute. We're hoping to put together a team of co-op gamers (like you!) to attempt a 24 hour marathon of gaming for our troops. Of course, it's not all fun and games, we're raising money to send gaming-filled care packages to our troops who are risking their lives to defend the US and her allies. These courageous folks are under continuous stress, and could truly benefit from a mental escape that gaming often provides.

by Tally Callahan 0
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Camelot Unchained, Lineage II, and Elder Scrolls Online

MMO Co-Opportunities LIII: A Brave New World for MMOs

Spring is in the air! In a time of changing seasons, that change could also be seen as a reflection of the state of MMOs right now. It seems like developers have stopped chasing the legendary “WoW-killer,” (including Blizzard themselves), and have gone in the direction of making MMOs for a very specific crowd, whether that’s build...

by Nick Puleo 0
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PlayStation bounty.

Co-Op Monthly Round-Up for March, 2015

This month saw a healthy dose of releases, especially for PlayStation owners with titles like Helldivers, Bloodborne, and Jamestown all seeing the light of day. Grand Theft Auto V dominated the news with its slight PC delay and co-op heists release. What else happened? Just check it out below.

by Marc Allie 0
Editorial

Tabletop Co-Op: Star Realms

In 2008, a card game called Dominion was published, and an entire genre of card games was born. Known as deckbuilders, these games give players a small deck of cards to start with, and allow them to add to and customize their deck each turn. By fine tuning the contents of your deck, you can amass the most points, or defeat or your foes, or, most im...

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