Happy Monday, Co-Optimus faithful! This week we have two new co-op titles featuring choppas, shootas, and towas. Is it just me, or does it feel like the industry is kind of just kind of twiddling its thumbs until E3? At least we have the big Xbox reveal coming up... Anyway, here's what's in stores (both digital and retail) this week.
This week we have cross-platform boating, portable sacrificing, and Zeno's clashing.
This week we've got tropical zombies, vengeful gun-wielding zombies, a franchise tie-in game featuring a race whose main claim to fame is making up one half of the best/worst fight scene of all time, and a rather boss little heist game.
Are you ready for another week of cooperative hacking, slashing, and shooting? Of course you are!
April has been, and will continue to be, a good month for co-op gaming. Unfortunately, the choices are a little slim this week. I guess I should say "choice," because there's only one co-op game coming out. At least it looks good.
It's April 1st, so information on the internet won't be worth a damn today. You've been warned. But I assure you these games are coming out this week, unless the folks who run Amazon are being a bunch of jerks.
This week on the co-op front we have some handhelds I should have mentioned last week, sorry. We also have some masked mercs and a dose of indie randomness.
This week has a lot of potential on the co-op front. 360 owners will get another chapter of the Gears franchise. Capcom will once again try to convince Americans the Monster Hunter series is worth our time. PC gamers will get access to Resident Evil 6, whether they like it or not. And PS3 fans will get... well, you got God of War: Ascension last week. Go play that some more.
This week there's not a whole lot going on. Co-op is coming to one of the PlayStation 3's flagship titles, but not much else is happening on the cooperative front. If you don't have a PS3 you can catch up on your backlog. You know it's mocking you.
Good morning co-op fans! This week we don't have the greatest selection of co-op releases, but don't worry your gorgeous little head over it. You can take all your free time and go ahead and chuck it into the abyss of simulated city planning!
Hey there! How was your weekend? Mine was awesomer than normal. Hope you're ready for a week of some pretty niche releases. There's something for everyone, assuming everyone digs ancient Chinese history, high-pitched anime brawling, or sniping Nazi zombies. Is there really anything more to gaming? Well, yeah, a lot, but this is what's happening this week. Enjoy!
This week there's not a lot happening with co-op games. The Serious Sam franchise gets the side scrolling treatment, and the PC gets a game that came out a month ago on consoles, but that's about it. There are some big games coming out, but unfortunately for us, they neglect our favorite gaming feature.
This week we have games dealing with aliens, gangsters, and more aliens. I'll let you figure out which game is which.
This week we have two games coming at you for your co-op pleasure. One deals with the societal ramifications of super karate warriors run amok in a post apocalyptic world. The other takes on the troubling problem of mutant space zombies. I'm told that neither are documentaries.
What do we have here? I stop paying attention for a little while to handle some backlog business, and suddenly we have three cooperative games coming out in one week?!?! Is it September already? It's not? FANTASTIC! This week we have a dungeon crawler, a military shooter, and a 6DoF shooter. Let's do this.
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