by Enoch Starnes 0
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You've gone and done it now.

Our Weekend In Gaming: Fight Me IRL

Them fightin' words have done been said, so this weekend, the Co-Opticrew is dropping (or putting on) the gloves and engaging in a bit of fisticuffs.  I know we're all about "working together" and "cooperation", but sometimes it's good to let off a little steam and knock the teeth out of someone's digital avatar.

by Tally Callahan 0
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Morrowind comes to ESO, Wildstar gets new type of raid, and Magic: the Gathering MMO announced

MMO Co-Opportunities Volume LXXVII: Primed for the Morrow's Gathering

Summer’s here in earnest, bringing with it expansion and content patch launches as well as news about brand new MMOs. In this month's MMOCO we take a look at ESO’s Morrowind expansion launch, the implementation of Prime Raids for Wildstar, and details about the upcoming Magic: the Gathering MMO. ...

by Nick Puleo 0
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Updated for Modern Age and includes 70 Games

[E3 2017] - AtGames Re-Releasing Sega Genesis Classic Gaming Hardware

Sega Genesis Flashback, Classic Game Console, and the Ultimate Portable Game Player. Each console and portable system includes a selection of built-in Sega Genesis games, HD support for output, and in one case - even supports classic Sega Genesis cartridges. The Sega Genesis Flashback is inspired by the original console and includes 85 ...

by Enoch Starnes 0
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Get your comically large swords ready!

Our Weekend In Gaming: Anime Wedding Season

That feeling's in the air - the feeling of eternal devotion, of pure intimacy, of Japanese animation.  That's right, folks, it's anime wedding season!  Now, listen.  I know you're all busy this time of year picking wedding outfits, painting teardrops on your forehead, et cetera, but if you can, find a bit of time to stop by our own Mike Katsufrakis' wedding this weekend.  I hear the location is lovely, and the reception will be pretty raucous.

by Jason Love 0
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The former Microsoft streaming service, "Beam," gets an update

Stream Cooperatively with Mixer

Live streaming is all the rage these days and there are a variety of services, like Twitch, YouTube Gaming, and Smashcast, that allow gamers to watch others or show off their own gaming skills to others. Microsoft has been working on their own service, originally called "Beam," that's gotten a major overhaul along with a new name. Now called "Mixer," four gamers can pool their streams together into one broadcast (dubbed "co-streaming") for some co-op friendly streaming.

by Enoch Starnes 0
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The eternal conundrum.

Our Weekend In Gaming: To Weeb Or Not To Weeb

A couple of us are (somehow) already finishing up the school year in the latest Persona entry, but a few others are about to make the leap.  Will they survive the latest and greatest in Japanese High School Simulation Technology?  Will they discover things about themselves and their emotional baggage?  Will they complete the game before the heat death of the universe?  Find out on the next three hundred episodes of Weekend in Gaming!

by Tally Callahan 0
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HyperX's first mouse provides excellent comfort and convenience for the gaming minimalist

HyperX Pulsefire FPS Mouse Review

The HyperX Pulsefire FPS Mouse delivers on its promise for a smooth, responsive, and comfortable gaming experience. Although some improvements could be made to put its plug-and-play functionality more on par with customization software-driven mice, the Pulsefire is still able to stand out in the flooded market of gaming mice with its strong design for a reasonable price.

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