IndieCade had a pretty large establishment at this year's E3 2013 with one of the bigger booths in the South Hall. The event is actually held in Culver City later this year, but the folks from IndieCade wanted to showcase some of the more popular and polished submissions to E3 attendees. While digging through the troves of indie games we found a little couch co-op gem called Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime.
We're in the official Day 1 of E3 right now. Day 0 consisted of press conferences from Microsoft, Sony, Ubisoft and EA - you can find those impressions on the site already. We took bunch of pictures from the events we attended as well as some behind the scenes stuff and some of the scenery along the way.
The proverbial mic was dropped, picked back up and then dropped again. Sony came out swinging at Microsoft in what can only be described as a return to the console wars of old. Their E3 2013 press conference focused a lot on the games coming to the platform, but also on things like price, DRM, and lending games for the PlayStation 4.
Microsoft promised to deliver a E3 2013 press conference filled with games and they delivered. Not only did we get to see 13 new titles coming to the Xbox One - we saw a brand new smaller Xbox 360 which looks closer to the Xbox One's design.
Here we are in Los Angeles, California! The Co-Optimus staff has descended upon LA to bring you all the latest and greatest co-op gaming news straight from E3 2013. Locke, Andrew, Mike and Nick are loaded up with cameras, laptops, microphones and energy drinks to bring you the goods. Here's what is on tap.
Amazon has jumped fully into the independent game revolution. They've launched a dedicated section on their website to feature some of the best indie games available on PC and Mac. The good news for you? Lots of indie games at even cheaper prices.
The Co-Opticrew is planning to head out to Los Angeles, California for E3 2013. They'll be diving head first into the show to find all the latest co-op gaming news and info - and of course - get some hands on time with the Xbox One and PlayStation 4!
Tactical shooter Takedown was funded in March of this year on the hopes of bringing back the glory days of hardcore shooter fans who like their game with a bit of strategy. Today the game has been officially unveiled as Takedown: Red Sabre and is being published by 505 Games on the PC and Xbox Live Arcade.
Rich Knuckles is back with a retrospective looking at the Serious Sam series since its inception in 1996. Why is he doing that? Because the game is part of this week's Humble Bundle where you can get almost EVERY Serious Sam game ever created including the Indie game series games for a price you name.
It was just this morning we posted a giant editorial on the next generation of gaming and where things are headed. In a way, just the simple fact that I had to write that headline is a bit infuriating. The fact that games are being treated as software licenses, they are not protected under the first sale doctrine of the United States law, is sometimes hard to comprehend - but such is the legal mumbo jumbo that is US Law.
We are in one of the longest "generations" of consoles to date and a lot can happen in 8 years. We've seen trends come and go, PR change, companies rise and fall. In this editorial we look at Sony and Microsoft and how they handled their consoles up until this point along with their announcements on what's next. Could one company be learning from the other?
After months and months of rumors, Blizzard finally confirmed Diablo 3 would be heading to consoles - with its announcement at Sony's PlayStation 4 reveal. Today Blizzard has confirmed the game will be out on Microsoft's Xbox 360 along with the PlayStation 3 version on September 3rd.
The battle of special editions is over. Saints Row IV may have just won - beating all past and future special editions available. The $99 Special Edition for the game is dubbed the "Super Dangerous Wub Wub Edition" - and for good reason.
Fuse came out this week and by all accounts, it's a solid co-op game. So you'll definitely be seeing some of the staff play that this weekend. Otherwise we've got a solid variety of games from the staff with everything from Borderlands 2 to Halo 4.
I always consider June to be the start of Summer, even though it technically is three weeks away. Still here we are with June at its precipice and E3 a little over a week away. May was a surprisingly strong month for co-op gamers with releases like Fuse, Resident Evil Revelations and Van Helsing. While the news was mostly quiet, there was one big exception, the announcement of the Xbox One.
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