April was a surprisingly busy month, seeing the release of several major co-op games like Star Trek, Dead Island: Riptide, BattleBlock Theater, Defiance and many others. Lucky for you we were there with 13 reviews of several of these games. News was pretty light as the industry gears up for E3 2013 in June. Here are some of the features, reviews, and articles you may have missed for April 2013 in co-op gaming.
Well this year surely escalated quickly. The shortest month of the year saw a solid chunk of co-op releases and a boatload of news as well. With seven co-op reviews and over a dozen co-op releases, several features, and plenty of other goodies I wouldn't blame you if you missed some of the goodness of February 2013. Here's some of what you may have missed this month.
I still have a hard time believing it's 2013. Frankly, this year is off to a pretty lame start for a lot of people, so I'm hoping February can redeem what January started. While January started slow for games, it crashed right into a February that looks ripe with releases. Because of that, we actually had quite a bit of news about games like Dead Space 3, Aliens Colonial Marines, and more.
Another year has come and gone. December ended 2012 with an unexpected whimper, with barely a co-op game on the radar. Far Cry 3 and Guardians of Middle-Earth were really the only standout titles, but there was plenty of co-op gaming to still be had from earlier in the Fall. Here are some of the stories you may have missed in December of 2012.
November is traditionally the biggest month of the year for gaming and this year's was no exception. We saw 23 separate co-op games get released alongside a new console in Nintendo's Wii U. Some of the biggest titles of the year like Halo 4 and Black Ops 2 hit the street and were gobbled up by gamers to the tune of millions of dollars - and when combined - almost billions.
It's hard to believe that October is over already, but its a month that saw plenty of co-op releases. While I wouldn't classify any of them as a major release, perhaps Resident Evil 6, there were a lot of solid titles mixed in there to get you to November - where two juggernauts await us in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 and Halo 4.
September 2012 will go down as one of the biggest months ever for RPG fans. Borderlands 2 and Torchlight 2 were released just days apart. Right at the end of August we had Guild Wars 2 as well. Quite the hefty chunk of content for gamers to be sure. Other highlights of the month include Tokyo Jungle on PS3 and Castle Crashers on PC. Here are some of the stories you may have missed this month along with our reviews of 8 co-op titles.
Well folks, we've made it. We're through the summer slowness and now officially into the "Fall" release season for video games. While this doesn't look like a year that'll be too crazy, there's still lots of great titles coming. Lets take a look back at August and see what news, features and games you may have missed while you were asleep.
To say July was a bit underwhemling on the gaming front would be an understatement. The month was mostly barren for news and releases, giving true meaning to the summer gaming drought. The good news is a lot of backlog games were finally played.
We're a few days late, but we've just posted our June round-up of co-op news, reviews, and features. With E3 taking up the bulk of our coverage for the month, there's a LOT of quality content that you may have missed. Along with our preview coverage of the upcoming co-op games from the show, we also reviewed a ton of co-op titles.
Hmm. It appears I may have forgotten to do one of these for March. For that, I apologize. April's round-up though isn't particularly interesting, it was an incredibly light month for co-op gaming with not a single AAA retail release. That's not to say we didn't see a few interesting titles come out, A Valley Without Wind stick in my mind, but overall things were very quiet. Here are some of the more interesting stories and features to come out in April, of 2012.
After a few months in the doldrums of Winter, the Co-Op Monthly Round-Up is back bringing you all the co-op news and info you may have missed in a surprisingly busy February. What did the month of purification bring us? How about a brand new handheld system in the PlayStation Vita and major releases like Syndicate, The Darkness II, and Twisted Metal.
Well hello there busy November! We saw a whopping 27 games get released this month - that's almost one co-op game a day. Insanity. Don't worry we had you covered with over 13 co-op reviews and a ton of other great content like plenty of new videos! Sweet. Here's some of the stuff you may have missed in all the chaotic gaming goodness this November, 2011.
Happy Halloween everyone. October was filled with many trick or treats in the co-op gaming world. The biggest trick was possibly calling Dark Souls a co-op game, the biggest treat was no doubt having Mass Effect 3 officially announcing their cooperative mode.
Don't look now, but September is just about over. What a wild ride this month was! It all started on the 6th with a triple co-op threat of Dead Island, Resistance 3 and Space Marine (despite still not having the co-op DLC). Dead Island was the clear winner for the month in terms of popularity. We also had two games earn our Editors' Choice award - Gears of War 3 and the aforementioned Dead Island.
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