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by John Bardinelli 0
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Lost? But it\'s like, right there.

Lost Castle Co-Op Review

It's time for something that resembles a roguelike! Lost Castle shoves a random character in your hands and turns you loose in a world full of enemies and treasure. No puzzles, no platforming, just a lot of hacking and slashing followed by looting and upgrading. It's a sweet throwback to some classics in the genre, complete with local co-op...

by Paul Acevedo 0
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  • xbox one
  • online
Get your motor running

Forza Horizon 3 Co-Op Review

Cooperative racing games are incredibly rare. Besides The Crew and Burnout Paradise, you just don’t see many games that let friends team up on the road. That’s what makes this year’s Xbox and Windows 10 exclusive Forza Horizon 3 so special. Horizon has always been a fantastic open-world racing series, and now racers can finally wo...

by John Bardinelli 0
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Dibs on that dead body!

Trials of Azra Co-Op Review

So, your dog's dead. That's a real bummer, right? It was an ordinary afternoon when blam-o, lightning strikes and sends the little pupper to another world. Things start looking a little bleak until you realize you can possess and control your four legged friend. Surely that'll be useful in a world-spanning adventure where you fight swor...

by Tally Callahan 0
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  • playstation 4
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¯\\_(ツ)_/¯

Brut@l Co-Op Review

Between its history, artstyle, and title, Brut@l is a unique game. With these features, it’s certainly a head-turner, but initial impressions can only get a game so far. As a rogue-like (in a time where gamers are flooded with rogue-likes), it needs to impress mechanically. It has to be addicting, egging the player to play one more level, or ...

by Jason Love 0
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  • playstation vita
  • playstation 4
  • online
You can barbeque ‘em, boil ‘em, broil ‘em, bake ‘em, saute ‘em

God Eater Resurrection Co-Op Review

I have largely avoided the Monster Hunter games as the thought of diving into a series that is known for its unique learning curve and (at times) outdated mechanics never appealed to me. That part of my brain that enjoys obsessive loot-gathering, though, has always been intrigued by this style of game. While it may suffer from problems of its own, ...

by John Bardinelli 0
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  • couch
Cooperative goofing off.

Human: Fall Flat Co-Op Review

Ah, hello there, human! Welcome to the world! If you see anything you'd like to do, please feel free to give it a try. Oh, you want to push buttons? Go right ahead. Opening doors? Yeah, you can do that too, I guess. Throwing rocks through windows, bending bars with levers, crashing through walls with catapults? Um, maybe we should talk about so...

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