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by Sam Tyler 1
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Ain't they cute

Get a Glimpse of a Fresh Faced Flash: Young Justice Trailer

We were all young once, nowadays we have bad backs and no energy, but I remember a day when we flew through the air, ran as fast as the wind and talked to squids.  Wait a second; these aren't my memories, but those of Young Justice: Legacy, the upcoming 3 player co-op game coming to PC, XBLA and PSN.  The new trailer shows off the DC young bucks during gameplay.

by Nick Puleo 0
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Plus the game is on sale this week

Dungeonland Adds Infinite Mode, Casual Mode and Mac Support

Dungeonland, the three player co-op hack and slash arcade game, has gotten a few updates recently - all of which - are free. The first is the game now supports Mac on Snow Leopard and higher systems and it includes SteamPlay for cross platform play. So if you buy the game once, you can play it on either platform. Speaking of buying the game, DungeonLand is on sale right now for just $5 or the four pack for just $15.

by John Bardinelli 0
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Plenty of shooting, plenty of spying.

Co-Op Espionage Game Signal Ops Released

A curious new first person shooter recently hit GOG.com. Signal Ops from Space Bullet Dynamics Corp. puts you in charge of a squad of operatives carrying out a series of espionage missions. You know, things like stealing secrets, planting evidence, assassinating targets, and just generally being a destructive little spy. The interesting thing is that Signal Ops makes use of multiple points of view, allowing you to monitor and work with your squad like some sort of totally non-creepy boss. Did you really need to go to the bathroom that urgently, Jenkins?

by John Bardinelli 0
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A mage never forgets a birthday.

Dungeonland Update, Plus Character-Narrated Video Guides

Those of us still bounding around the Dungeon Maestro's theme park have a lot to love about Dungeonland, as our co-op review so masterfully illustrates. Recently, Paradox Interactive placed the previously exclusive Grimoire Pack DLC on sale for the buying populace to consume along with an update that fixes a few rough spots in the game. Oh, and then there are the three video guides narrated by Rogue, Mage and Warrior. Just for fun.

by D.J. Waaland 5
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Dusty puts your pet rabbit to shame

New 2-D Brawler Announced for Wii U - Dusty Raging Fist

Move over Dust, there’s a new anthropomorphic rabbit in town. And his name is…Dusty (no relation). In case you couldn’t get enough of killer attack rabbits and other furry companions, they will be battling across your television in Dusty Raging Fist. The newest game in development from Singapore-based PD Design Studios, Dusty Raging Fist is headed to the Wii U eShop later this year. This offering is a part of the same universe as the fighter Dusty Revenge , which is currently in development stages and available on Steam Greenlight.

by John Bardinelli 1
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The tale of a team of designers hell-bent on making a game

DungeonLand Post-Mortem Tells a Great Story

The folks at RockPaperShotgun recently posted a stirring post-mortem with Mark Venturelli and Gabriel Texeira of Critical Games, the studio behind DungeonLand. It's a surprisingly meaningful tale that, with the right spin, could be a movie of the week: deep in the heart of Brazil, a group of freelance illustrators band together with the stubborn goal of making a video game. The odds are stacked against them in a country sparse with indie game creators. But they fight, they persevere, and they emerge on the other side with the shining gem that is DungeonLand.

by Nick Puleo 0
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Out of Beta and Onto your Computers

DungeonLand Release Date Announced

We've been following DungeonLand since it was announced last March, and thankfully unlike some other games coming this year, this one is coming in under a year's time - as opposed to a 4 year wait.  The 3 player co-op hack and slash game is set to release on the PC on January 22nd.  With that Paradox is taking pre-orders for just $9.99 on the game, which will be available from GamersGate and a handful of other digital distribution services.

by Paul Acevedo 0
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There be dragons in this footage

Crimson Dragon Demo and DLC Leak on Japanese Xbox 360 Marketplce

It seems like we've been waiting ages for Crimson Dragon, the spiritual successor to SEGA's cult-favorite Panzer Dragoon series. Since Microsoft hasn't shared news on the game in more than half a year, the universe seemingly took it upon itself to throw us a bone: the game's PAX East 2012 demo recently leaked on the Japanese Xbox 360 Marketplace, along with a handful of DLC. We didn't get a chance to grab the demo before it was pulled, but the footage we share with you now is the next best thing.

by Jason Love 0
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PC and Mac Users can Play in Awesome Harmony

Awesomenauts Arrives on Mac

One of the more pleasant co-op surprises in this past year in gaming was the MOBA-style Awesomenauts that was initially released on PSN and XBLA. Up to three players could team up to to do some good ole fashioned comp stomping against three AI opponents in order to go laning, feed foes, and other terms that I have no idea about. However, others seem to know what's up and must be playing quite a bit. Since its release back in May, the game's seen a PC release, a slew of patches, tweaks, and updates, and even a new character or two or five. For all you fans of MOBA games that are also fervent Mac users, your day has arrived. Awesomenauts is now available on Mac through the Steam client. Finally, PC players and Mac players can team up in wonderful co-op harmony.

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A launch trailer for Trine 2 The Director's Cut

Trine 2 on the Wii U is a Director's Cut Above the Rest

If first you don't succeed, Trine and Trine again.  This is exactly what Frozenbyte Games have done with their superb Trine 2.  Releasing the exact same game that has graced other consoles on the Nintendo Wii U was just not good enough.  Therefore, they launched Trine 2: The Director's Cut, the original sequel with added extras.  Check out the launch trailer if you don't believe me.   

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