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Then celebrate with the finest $5 champagne

Watch F.A.L.C.O. Break Rashkovsky Out Of Prison

After what felt like 30 attempts at the Prison Break finale in GTA Online, we finally broke Rashkovsky out and got his butt on a plane. It was probably more like 10 attempts, but after all the bugs, glitches, poor decisions, bad luck, and irritating design flaws, this mission was really starting to wear us thin. The Friday Awesomely Live Co-Op crew doesn't give up though, and I must say, our final successful run makes us look like professionals. Ok, maybe that's a stretch, but it was relatively flawless.

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You might as well call us F.A.I.L.C.O.

Watch Us Fail The Prison Break Heist In GTA Online

Nobody said it would be easy, but we weren't expecting to spend two hours failing the Prison Break heist finale over and over again. The Friday Awesomely Live Co-Op crew was having a rough Friday last week, and never managed to get Rashkovski out of prison successfully. After last week, we're starting to re-think our glowing opinions of GTA Online, but we're still willing to give it another shot.

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Friday Awesomely Live "Co-Op" re-define co-operation in GTA Online

Watch F.A.L.C.O. Complete The Prison Break Heist Setup Missions

After last week's spout of seemingly never-ending (not to mention pointless) crime spree, the Friday Awesomely Live Co-Op crew started off this episode with a very clear goal. Pull off The Prison Heist in GTA Online. Despite several mix-ups and bad luck, we were able to finish the setup missions for The Prison Heist, the first of four 4-player heists we'll be attempting.

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No elderly people were harmed in the production of episode 19 of F.A.L.C.O.

F.A.L.C.O. Causing A Ruckus In GTA Online

This past friday, the Friday Awesomely Live Co-Op crew proved that a life of crime can start with BMX bikes, your friends, and your local Los Santos gas station. Well, that and some guns. If our GTA Online shenanigans prove anything, it's that we'd make pretty awesome criminals. Good thing the three of us are too lazy to actually try any of this in real life, because if we did, there'd be a trail of destruction, murdered cops, and stolen helicopters. On the other hand, that penthouse apartment on Wild Oats Drive looks pretty dope. Seriously, the lines between GTA Online and reality are starting to fade. Maybe I need to see my shrink.

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Have fun in GTA Online without that pesky PvP nonsense

F.A.L.C.O. Teaches You How To Get Started In GTA Online

When GTA Online launched, we weren't so sure it offered a good co-op experience. Since the addition of co-op heists, and numerous patches which added co-op friendly features, we can gladly say that there's a ton of co-op fun to be had in GTA Online. The Friday Awesomely Live Co-Op team will show you how to from zero to hero in just a few hours. It certainly helps to have a higher level co-op buddy to play with, but you can make due without.

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Or build, like, a temple to Herobrine.

Manually Build Some Holiday Cheer With The Minecraft: Xbox One Edition Holiday Pack

You ever wonder what the holiday season is like in Minecraft-world?  Do the villagers and zombies set aside their differences and enjoy a piping hot mug of cocoa?  What about the Ender Dragon?  You think it gets lonely up there in its dream-fortress and just watches all the Christmas episodes of "M.A.S.H." on repeat for an entire month?  Who's to say what happens to all the AI-controlled inhabitants of that world, but thanks to the new "Minecraft: Xbox One Edition Holiday Pack", maybe you and seven pals can start creating your own holiday traditions.

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Finally, I can make my Boss Nass vs Bride of Frankenstein fanfic a reality!

Scares, Spartans, And Sith Added To The Console Editions Of Minecraft

As a hugely popular single-purchase game must, Minecraft has been shifting its revenue stream more and more away from new users, instead focusing on providing extra content (both paid and free) for those already embedded in their franchise.  Content packs are, naturally, one of the most clear-cut ways of doing so for consoles, as players can spend a few bucks for the chance to build sick fortresses as Gordon Freeman or the dude from Trials without the hassle of modding websites.  The latest iteration of content packs is threefold, adding the following:

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