Another hero has joined the ranks of the Guardians of Middle Earth roster. Released this week, the latest champion hails from the armies of Gorgoroth. It is the Mouth of Sauron, and he is available now for both the Playstation Newtork and the Xbox Live Arcade.
Mario has had some classic levels throughout his games; some of them great fun, but some of them spooky. I always found the underwater levels the most worrisome and in homage to these, the developer behind Rayman Legends has produced their own. In this latest trailer for the 4/5 player co-op, out August 30th, Rayman and two friends go underwater for some fishy slaughter.
A new character joins the ranks of Guardians of Middle Earth this week. Even though the run of season pass content is over for Guardians of Middle Earth, new characters have and will continue to be released for the game. This time the familiar face of Elrond, the half-elf ruler is the flavor of the week.
Earlier this year Ubisoft announced that Rayman Legends would be delayed until September. Also earlier this year, Wii U owners shed a tear as the once exclusive game sold itself out the other big consoles. But really, can you blame Rayman? PS3 totally just put a pool in the backyard, and Xbox 360 has a jacuzzi. So, you know, sorry babe.
For me, one of the gems of PAX East 2013 was a game located in a tiny booth on the edge of the expo floor. Entitled Eon Altar, developer Flying Helmet Games ambitiously combines a tabletop RPG with a video game for a unique cooperative experience.
Starting today, Guardians of Middle-Earth joins the PS3's Instant Game Collection, the system that offers games for free to Playstation Plus (PS+) members. As long as you remain a member, you'll be able to play any of the cycling titles that you've downloaded for absolutely free.
Nintendo keeps cranking out New Super Mario Bros. games, and each time the co-op has been hit or miss. The platforming is as good as it's been since the old days, but is the third time the charm for a solid co-op Mario experience? Read on and find out.
There have been a few delistings from XBLA recently as the end of the console cycle looms and companies are biting the proverbial dust. The latest game to disappear from Microsoft's download service is the 5 player co-op Voltron: Defender of the Universe.
5 Dead Grunts, 4 Screaming Men, 3 Active Reloads, 2 Total Wars and a Chainsaw in a Locust's Knee. Nothing says Holiday Greetings than 12 festive days of absolute violence. This is exactly what the team at Epic are offering owners of Gears of War 3 with the '12 Days of Gearmas' - a dozen special events.
Warface is still on its way to North America...sometime. But at this point the game is already out in some other territories, namely Russia. The Crytek Engine 3 powered free to play game on the PC is boasting some impressive numbers already, with over 5 million active players. According to Crytek, Russian players voted it the best online game in Russia as part of the Runet Awards; which were designed to honor the best Russian-language based games on the internet.
Some basic gaming mathematics: Crytek plus Free plus Co-op = Joy! Warface is the gamefication of this joy, as the free to play 5 player co-op shooter is currently in Beta, but should be on PC for all to play very soon. The game is designed to reward players for individual skill, but also for teamwork. Check out the new trailer that highlights the co-operative elements.
Crytek are a top developer, so when they announced Warface, a free to play shooter coming to PCs, we at Co-Optimus sat up and take notice. News has been slight on the game, but with Russia already playing it is only a matter of time before it is rolled out across Europe and the US. To tempt us, Crytek have revealed ye...
Monolith has been pretty great about releasing videos for their upcoming console MOBA, Guardians of Middle-Earth. Previously, we've shared with you guys videos outlining six of the heroes for the game so far. Today, we have a developer diary video for your viewing pleasure.
If you've been in the Firefall beta, you've no doubt realized the game has gone through copious amounts of changes. We've been watching the title for quite a while, seeing a giant booth at nearly every trade show we've been to in the past 3 years. It seems though, that with a beta test of 500k users strong, the free to play game is shaping up to be something truly special. While most game's launch a beta months before release, Red 5 decided to open up the process much earlier allowing them to make more substantial changes to the core game.
It is an age old question: who would win in a fight between an Elf and an Orc? I would like to think the Orc would use its brute strength to decimate the light footed elf. We no longer need to ponder this question as the upcoming Guardians for Middle Earth, based on popular film trilogy (and it says here, book) Lord of the Rings, will let you pit one against the other.
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