Nick Puleo - Owner

Owner, creator, and mad scientist of Co-Optimus, Nick has spent the last 10 years working on Co-Optimus.

Co-Op gaming has been in his blood since the days of Sega Genesis playing Streets of Rage and Golden Axe. Of course the fond memories of the boardwalk arcade and Raiden II, Aliens vs. Predator, and Ninja Turtles didn't hurt either.

Nick has been covering video games since 2004, including leadership roles at prominent gaming outlets. He has created numerous websites to feed his insatiable appetite for world domination, of which, is coming along nicely.

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We put our butt on the beans to give you some impressions

Sumo Gamer Bean Bags 50% Off, Impressions

The folks at Sumo Lounge have been longtime partners of this site, providing many staff members over the years a chance to try out their premium line of bean bag chairs. These aren't the kind of "beans" you'll find at your local Target, instead they are built with quality furniture foam like that found in your living room couches. Because of this the chair will last for years and rarely loose it's fill, meaning your backside can be parked in them for those long gaming sessions.

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Still your prime source for co-op gaming

Ten Years of

It was 2008. George Bush was president, banks were being bailed out, the Xbox 360 was the dominate console despite a red ringed crisis, and co-op gaming was getting a resurgence thanks to the mainstream adoption of online services like Xbox Live. The same year we launched Co-Optimus, an idea I had while struggling to find co-op games to play w...

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The 80s are suddenly cool again

Auto Age: Standoff Giveaway and Update

Let's face it, the 80s are cool again. Whether it's synth music, Stranger Things, or remakes of classic cartoons like Voltron - every 80s child is yearning to relive a kinder and easier time of their life. Today's giveaway will help you remember those 80s cartoons - it's a vehicle combat game called Auto Age: Standoff and it features some slick animation like those Saturday morning cartoons you so fondly remember.

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