by Taylor Killian 0
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Boards, and the games that come with them.

Our Weekend in Gaming: Summer Doldrums Edition

When summer rages all around us, the "New Games" bucket gets pretty sparse. The Doldrums are in full swing here at Co-Optimus, and with no new games to feast upon we've got to rely on our friends and family for amusement. Maybe play some games of the non-video variety as well. Nick's out of town, and Enoch's toiling away in the Roleplaying Mines at Gen Con. The rest of us plan on pecking away at our backlogs, adventuring in space, and playing all sorts of games that involve boards.

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Our impressions and tests of the drive.

OWC 1TB Hybrid Upgrade Kit for Xbox One Review

Both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 launched with just 500GB of disk storage. And while this might have sounded like an enormous amount to owners of the previous generation of consoles, the jump from these older boxes in terms of graphical fidelity meant this space would only be enough for a dozen or less games. We’re now just starting to see systems ship with 1TB internally. If your’re an early adopter you can add storage yourself to you Xbox One simply by plugging in a USB 3.0 drive. But which one do you choose?

by Marc Allie 0
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Kill Hobbits for Sauron

Tabletop Co-Op: Lord of the Rings Nazgul

For this installment of Tabletop Co-Op, we travel to one of the most well-known locations in all of fantasy literature: Middle Earth. The setting is a rich one, and has inspired countless video games as well as card and board games. The idea of a group of men, elves, dwarves, and hobbits teaming up to take on the relentless invading forces of an ev...

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Cabela's Big Card Hunter isn't as exciting as you'd think.

Our Weekend In Gaming: Card Games Edition

Howdy, y'all!  Summer is starting to close up shop for the year, but that certainly won't stop us from staying indoors and playing video games all day.  For us, the weekend holds dungeons, heists, virtual trading cards, and lots of portable gaming.  Be sure to check out our very own Eric Murphy tonight as he and some pals stream their adventures in the fantastic indie title, Monaco!

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Be our guest! Be our guest! Put our shadows to the test!

Warlocks vs Shadows Is Getting A Musical Guest

The music and video games industries certainly aren't strangers to one another.  Be it through Fez and Disasterpeace, Red Dead Redemption and Jose Gonzalez, or Destiny and the least conspiracized Beatle, the two have found many ways to intertwine over the years.  Continuing this tradition is Warlocks vs Shadows, a four player co-op game whose latest update will throw Venezuelan DJ Zardonic into the mix.

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Pricier Imperial Edition also on price chop block.

Elder Scrolls Online PC Falls to $12 at GMG Encore Sale

Since Thursday, July 9th, digital retailer GMG has been running its 2015 Summer Sale featuring discounts up to 90% off on hundreds of PC games. The sale introduced batch of gaming deals each day, with deals lasting for about 24 hours. You now have a longer duration to check out all the PC game deals within the sale as the retailer goes into the "encore" phase. In addition to instant savings, there's a stacking 20% off coupon code which is making ridiculous pricing on several titles including $8 H1Z1, $12 Elder Scrolls Online - plus deals on noteable co-op franchise such as Borderlands and Evolve.

by Mike Katsufrakis 0
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Treat yourself to comfort, fend off children and pets

Sumo Sultan Impressions

Sometimes writing about games gives you the opportunity to write about other things. We regularly receive PC and console peripherals, and we've racked up quite a few headphone reviews over the years, but furniture? That's new to me. Recently, the folks at Sumo sent Co-Optimus HQ their Sultan, a large, stylish beanbag chair meant to be the ultimate place to relax in your home while you game, watch TV, or generally be as slothful as possible. I've had it for about two weeks now, and have put it through just about all the paces.

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Our Weekend In Gaming: Cars Playing Soccer Edition

The year is 2143.  The Intercontinental Earth Union is celebrating it's 50th anniversary by putting on the most anticipated Rocket League match to date, and it's a heated one.  Onlookers are devouring popcorn that tastes like if a Werther's was dipped in foie gras.  Fireworks are exploding into reruns of Dharma and Greg.  Cars are ramming into both gigantic soccer balls and each other.  It's rad.  Everything is amazing.  The future rules.  Go Earth.

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