For February's Co-Optimus Community Voice, we want to hear what you have to say about all the console hubbub. What do you think about all the rumors circulating the web? What about your predictions? What will the consoles be named and what features/specs are we going to see? What features will help advance co-op gaming? Which console will be the most co-op friendly?
For this month's Co-Optimus Community Voice, I asked you, the community, to show off your creations. Two of you answered the call and showed off some pretty cool creations. Both entries are from first-time bloggers, so props to them for starting off strong.
For September's Co-Optimus Community Voice, we want to see your in-game creations. Fire up your blog, start your blog post's title with "CCV", and tell us all about your creations. It doesn't necessarily have to be from Minecraft, or even a co-op game, but a co-op tie-in is always a plus. Snap screenshots, record a video, and throw down a few paragraphs describing your creations. Tell us about all the effort you put into it, and who helped you.
Ever since I joined Co-Optimus back in '09, I've always been amazed at how genuine and nice everyone is here. This community is by far the best online community I've been a part of. This month's Co-Optimus Community Voice topic brought out the best of us. We asked "Who's In Your Crew?" and there were some excellent responses.
Most people, myself included, have a group of friends who really click and spend the most game time together. I like to call this group "my crew" because, well, they're by my side through thick and thin. They're the guys or gals that churn fun times out of terrible games, and create smiling-so-hard-your-cheeks-hurt moments out of great games.
Every year, the gaming industry finds new ways to make a buck from our insatiable desire for everything related to video games. In many cases, we're paying for content of very little value. Are we being exploited?
Well, it's been a slow month for user blogs, but where our community lacks in quantity, they make up in quality. This month in Co-Optimus Community Voice, we asked the community what they thought about Kickstarter projects and their viral popularity these past two months. Only one community member was brave enough to answer the call.
For April's Co-Optimus Community Voice, we want to know what you think of Kickstarter as a means to fund games. Are you enjoying the studio tour after donating your kid's entire college fund? Is evil lurking in the shadows? Fire up your blog and tell us what you think. Well written posts will be featured on the front page throughout the month, so make sure you use correct spelling and grammar. Images or videos are always a plus. Don't forget to start your title with "CCV" so we don't miss it.
This month in Co-Optimus Communtiy Voice, we asked if you're ready for the next-gen consoles that are rumored to be right around the corner. The Co-Optimus Community hath spoken. We don't want new consoles. While Sony and Microsoft have made it clear that we won't see them this year, the rumors keep flowing, and we know they are hard at work developing the next iteration of our favorite consoles. They are coming, it is inevitable. Resistance is futile. Well, ok, maybe the situation isn't quite as dire as an approaching Borg cube. We can always hold off on buying that new, shiny, co-op joy-in-a-box, right? Some of us can. Let's hear from a CCV veteran.
For this month's Co-Optimus Community Voice, we asked the community if they're ready for the next generation of consoles. So far, the answer has been a unanimous "heck no." Everyone seems to have a variety of reasons, but one common thread is that better graphics alone won't cut it. I can't agree more! Let's take a look at two great responses.
The Wii U is on its way, and rumors about Xbox 720 and PS4 continue to crawl out of the woodwork. Everyone is offering guesses as to when Microsoft and Sony will announce their next consoles. Some say we'll hear announcements at E3 and they'll hit the market this holiday season. Others are saying that's way too soon. The next generation of game consoles is inevitable, but when will it arrive?
February is coming to an end, so let's take one last look at your Most Anticipated Games of 2012. We already heard from Biohzrd451 and BigBadBob113 who can't wait for Gearbox's upcoming titles. One other community member was brave enough to fire up his blog, and it's definitely worth a read.
This year is starting to heat up and it sounds like you guys and gals are pretty excited. This month we asked you, the community, what your most anticipated game is. A few of you answered the call and posted some excellent blogs. Everyone seems to be going stir crazy over what Gearbox has teased us with for years and will be offering up this year (if we're lucky). Let's have a look.
For this month's Co-Optimus Community Voice, we want to hear about your Most Anticipated Game of 2012. Tell us why it's your most anticipated, and convince us to preorder it. Show us the awesome screenshots, videos, or articles that really got you excited. If you have more than one game you'd like to write about, go ahead! After all, it's your blog, anything goes.
Making a New Year's resolution and telling everyone about it is a good way to make sure you improve yourself year over year. That's why we asked you to make a Gaming Resolution for 2012. A few of you took that to heart and came up with some admirable resolutions. Everyone took a step back, looked at their gaming habits, and picked an area where they can really make improvements. I applaud all of you who made the effort to not only think of a resolution, but also made it public for everyone to see. Let's take a look what you had to say.
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