So you've managed to get through Renegade Ops on the hardest difficulty, but you're hungry for more? We've got you covered. Tomorrow, on December 20th, two new DLC packs will be available for the PlayStation Network, Xbox LIVE Arcade, and PC. These new pieces of content offer a new three-stage campaign as well as two new vehicles.
Writing for Co-Optimus has provided some unique co-op gaming opportunities for me. I now routinely play games that I would have waited for sales on or simply never picked up at all. A good example is Renegade Ops, an Xbox Live Arcade game that hadn’t been on my radar until it was chosen for our October Xbox Live Co-Op Night.
Our next Xbox Live Co-Op Night is upon us and this month we're doing something we've only done once before in our years of hosting official Xbox Live Co-Op Nights - play a downloadable arcade game.
There are two types of co-op campaigns in this world: one that allows a single player to continue, and one that exacts the same fates to both. Which one is best suited for couples, and why?
Renegade Ops is already out on Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation Network, but the PC version remains to be seen. We really enjoyed the game so there's good reason to be jealous if you've been anxiously awaiting the Avalanche Studio developed title for your precious computer. Don't worry little sparrow, I've got good news.
Renegade Ops is a beautiful twin stick shooter from Avalanche Studios, the makers of Just Cause 2. Does it play as well as it looks? Find out in our Co-Op Review.
Renegade Ops launches today on Xbox Live Arcade and is already out on the PlayStation Network. The $15 downloadable game features four player co-op online and two player split-screen couch co-op with plenty of explosions for everyone.
We go hands on with Renegade Ops from PAX and bring back some impressions of the gameplay. Afterwards we talk with the game's director, Axel Lindberg to talk about co-op design and gameplay as well as some of Renegade Ops' inspirations...like Cannon Fodder!
This new trailer for Renegade Ops leaves little to be desired. Two player local co-op? Check. Four player online co-op? Check. Dynamic split screen? Check. Loads of explodin'? Double check. The only thing we see missing is a local co-op with simultaneous online support, but we haven't seen anything to rule that out, either. This latest video features the dynamic split screen in all of it's dynamic diagonal glory as well as the four player online co-op. And explosions. Lots and lots of explosions.
We just got a fresh batch of screenshots for the four player co-op action game, Renegade Ops. The game is looking as colorful and beautiful as ever, but that wasn't what caught our eyes - it appears the game is going to feature two player split-screen play for local co-op which utilizes a dynamic split screen mechanic.
Finding a new arcade game with dual-stick shooter controls, various classes, and four player online/two player split screen local co-op is always a huge treat for this gamer. In the case of Renegade Ops at E3 from Sega, this happened. I sat in a tiny room with four T.V.s set up to play this military vehicle dual-stick shooter game, complete with four very unique vehicles and a bit of competitive c-op.
Its been some time since Sega announced Renegade Ops, a digital download title on the PC, 360, and PS3 from Just Cause 2 developer Avalance Studios. Today though we finally have some details about the game as well as the first gameplay footage.
I'd say this news was hot off the presses, but I'm not sure that particular bit of hyperbole is relevant any more; perhaps "only just recently sent through hamster-powered interweb tubes into our inbox" would be more appropriate? Perhaps not. In any event, we just got word of a brand new downloadable title coming from the fine folks over at SEGA. Titled Renegade Ops, the game is described as a military co-op shooter. That right there is enough to get our teamwork glands salivating.
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