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Same Bat Game, Same Bat Gameplay, Same Bat Review?

LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Co-op Review

Batman rocks, but can the same be said of the rest of the DC universe?  Scratch the surface and you start delving into some pretty obscure characters, pretty quickly.  LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, takes everyone’s favourite caped crusader and makes him share his universe even more than before with the rest of DC, but is this a good...

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Play Chariot Cooperatively, Win Stuff!

One of my favorite local co-op games from 2014 was the action/puzzle platformer, Chariot. Two players work together to guide dearly departed dad's coffin to a resting place fit for a king. To get it there, you'll have to push, pull, and ride the sarcophagus through a variety of levels and challenges. Frima Studios announced yesterday that players who can do that the fastest, will be eligible to win some nice real world loot!

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Discounts on Resident Evil, now in episodic format.

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 & Co-Op Deals of the Week

On Wednesday this week get ready for some co-op survival horror with Capcom's new Resident Evil Revelations 2. The two versions you can pick up on Steam right now will either cost you $24.99 or $39.99 (the more expensive version gets you more DLC for RAID mode). Both qualify for a 22% discount at the UK based digital retailer Green Man Gaming. At checkout just apply a coupon code at checkout and cut the prices down to $19.50 or $31.20 depending on which edition you go with.

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Warriors and whales and dragon balls, oh my!

Co-Op Release Alert for the Week of 2.22.2015

It's the last week of February. Do you know what that means? No more crappy weather! We can finally go outside and enjoy the beautiful sunshine! Wait, it's not beautiful where you live? Fine. Move somewhere nicer. If that's not an option you can drown your snowy sorrows in the warm embrace of these new co-op releases:

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Storytelling and artwork done right.

TRISTOY Co-Op Review

Action adventure games are usually a solo affair. Drop a player into a dark world, give them some swords to swing and some things to upgrade, then let them run around for a few hours before showing an ending. Hooray, you just metroidvaniaed! If you want co-op, though, the genre usually sends you elsewhere. Enter TRISTOY, a short platform adventure ...

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Nothing says tense like escorting a small child around an island filled with rusty objects.

Two New Videos Give A Peek Into RE: Revelations 2's Story And Co-op

So, we know a bit about Resident Evil: Revelations 2 now.  Through developer diaries and teaser trailers, specifics about the game have been drip-fed into our gaping maws, with the most recent morsel coming in the form of details about the raid mode.  Today, we dive into the mechanics of the two player co-op campaign mode and get just a taste of the plot.

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Developer Dead Mage talks about their upcoming action roguelike

Indie-Ana Co-Op and the Children of Morta Interview

By the time this post goes up, there will be approximately four hours remaining in the Kickstarter campaign for Children of Morta, a "story-driven hack ‘n slash roguelike." When we first reached out to developer Dead Mage about their game, the inclusion of local co-op was just a stretch goal. That goal is now surpassed and we wanted...

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