Welcome back, true believer, to Beyond Co-Op, the weekend column that sums a few of the more interesting non co-op related news story of the past week. The VGAs were obviously a big draw, but the biggest news to come out of that particular event was a co-op game winning Best Multiplayer Game of the Year. So we'll be taking a look at the apparent success of THQ's bid into the "Humble Bundle" sphere, a major milestone for everyone's favorite Blue Bomber, the impact story can have in a game, and a possible resurgence of local gaming (albeit not entirely cooperative).
Welcome to Beyond Co-Op, the weekend column that rounds up some of the interesting stories from the week outside of the co-op sphere of interest. With a holiday in the US this week the news is pretty light, but there are a few interesting things worth checking out.
Welcome to Beyond Co-Op, the weekend column that rounds up some of the interesting stories from the week outside of the co-op sphere of interest.
Welcome to a slightly late but still delightful edition of Beyond Co-Op, our weekly wrap-up of non-cooperative gaming news.
Welcome to another edition of Beyond Co-Op, where we cover industry news that's not so co-op.
Welcome to another edition of our Beyond Co-Op reviews - a somewhat monthly feature where the staff writes reviews of games that aren't necessarily co-op, but we know you might be interested in them anyway. With the epic Fall season in full swing there's plenty of reviews to check out from all platforms - titles like XCOM, Dishonored, and Mark of the Ninja are just a few.
Welcome to another edition of Beyond Co-Op, the weekly piece where we look at news in the game industry that transcends the co-op only genre. Let's see what' son the table as we quickly approach November.
Welcome to another edition of Beyond Co-Op, the weekly piece where we look at news in the game industry that transcends the co-op only genre. Despite us being in the thick of the Fall gaming season, news has been pretty light, that said, there's definitely a few diamonds in the rough.
Hey there, folks! Welcome once again to another edition of Beyond Co-Op, where Co-Optimus looks "beyond the co-op aspect" and brings you some gaming news that doesn't always revolve around cooperative play. For this week’s take, we have a couple of interesting stories on the gaming industry and how their choices affect us as players, consumers, and even developers!
Welcome to Beyond Co-Op, the weekly column that takes a look at the non-cooperative happenings in the videogame industry. With Borderlands 2 and Torchlight 2 dominating the news this week, other gaming news was slim pickings. But we've still found a few choice morsels for hungry readers to savor.
Welcome to Beyond Co-Op, the weekly column that takes a look at what's going on in the industry outside of the co-op side of things that are near and dear to our hearts. This week, we get excited about the International, sympathize with the layoffs at Funcom, and speculate about the resurrection of the much loved Black Isle studio.
Another week has come and gone here at Co-Optimus, and that means it's time once again to take a look at all that other non-cooperative gaming news that's circling around the web. There are a couple of stories coming out from Gamescom, which is currently underway in Cologne, Germany, an interesting/convoluted story about a game service that seemed too good to be true, and a blast from the past returns this December.
Happy Saturday, gang! It's time for another edition of Beyond Co-Op. Here's where we cover the big industry news unrelated to co-op gaming. Let's do this.
It's the weekend, which means it's time for another installment of Beyond Co-Op. In this series, we cover the biggest news items that aren't particularly related to co-op gaming, ranging from the latest single player hotness to more general video game news. We're still in the summer doldrums, but things are starting to pick up a little bit as the busy fall season approaches.
Welcome to another edition of Beyond Co-Op, the weekly news piece where we look at some of the interesting gaming news around the web that may or may not be related just to co-op gaming. It's a pretty quiet time right now in the gaming industry, with many companies getting ready to unleash a wave of titles at us this fall, so the news is pretty sparse. Let's see what's on tap.
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