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by John Bardinelli 0
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Fight, pillage, fight, repeat.

Viking Squad Co-Op Review

The vikings of old existed for one reason: pillaging. Oh, and fighting, they also existed for fighting, so that's two things. Maybe drinking as well. Does looting count separate from pillaging? One could argue it does, which would make it four things. The point is stereotypical story vikings weren't into a lot of froufrou stuff, just combat...

by John Bardinelli 0
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Cooperation makes the game.

Axe, Bow & Staff Co-Op Review

Axe, Bow & Staff has a straightforward name for a straightforward arcade RPG. Three characters, three weapons, three paths to take. Hit stuff to stay alive and collect coins to buy new stuff. It couldn't get any more core than that. But best of all, Axe, Bow & Staff is the kind of game that comes to life once you get a good co-op party ...

by Nick Puleo 0
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well, watch the recap

Watch us Live Stream Livelock...

Sorry, you actually missed the live stream of Livelock (it was last night on Twitch), the upcoming twin-stick shooter from developer Tuque games . Not to be confused with 2K Games, publishers of Battleborn. Livelock was actually supposed to be released today on Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4 but it's been delayed for an undetermined amount of time as the team polished off a few minor things.

by Sam Tyler 0
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Classic may be taking it a bit far

Four Classic XBLA Co-Op Titles get the Backwards Compatibility Treatment

The drip feed approach to releasing backward compatible games on the Xbox One is like a new form of water torture, but at least it offers a nice surprise as a game you forgot you own pops up on the console.  For co-op fans, four out of the five games released this week are just for you; namely The Cave, Double Dragon Neon, Altered Beast and Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime.

by Jason Love 0
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Cry havoc and let slip the Tetris pieces of war

Defend Your Land and Blow Up Your Neighbors in Castle Chaos

This indie title slipped off our radar last fall, but it hadn't been forgotten, Castle Chaos is a local multiplayer game for up to four people, or you can team up with friends to take down A.I. enemies. Anyone who remembers Rampart from the olden days of gaming may find the title's action quite familiar. Build up your castle using "Tetris-like" pieces, place some cannons inside, and blow up your neighbor.

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