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Sonic the Mekahog

Mekazoo Co-Op Review

Back in the glory days of video games when it was all about Sega vs. Nintendo, speed became a deciding factor in which games were cool. Mario's great and all, but does he move as fast as Sonic? No, therefore Sonic is cooler. Now go finish your Hi-C alone in the corner. Mekazoo takes inspiration from speedy games of old (along with modern games ...

by John Bardinelli 0
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Pseudo shooter.

Xenoraid Co-Op Review

Xenoraid looks like an old school shmup. In many ways, it even plays like an old school shmup. But when you jump in that ship and get a feel for the controls, you realize this game is about as modern as it gets. Once you get used to the ship swapping feature, the upgrade menus, and the clever co-op mode, you'll realize this game goes far beyond...

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Congratulations, you\'re dead!

A Quiver of Crows Co-Op Review

Have you died in the last 20 seconds? You obviously haven't been playing A Quiver of Crows, a twin stick shooter from Sheado that sounds like a secret follow-up to Game of Thrones. In reality, it's a unique spin on the shmup genre that draws its inspiration from classic games of old. You know, back when they killed you instead of giving you...

by Jason Love 0
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Summon all the zombies to get down

Zombasite Co-Op Review

As All Hallows’ Eve approaches, we thought we’d check back in with the action-RPG/zombie survival game, Zombasite, which saw a full release back in August. While the title has received some updates and tweaks since we last took a look at it, the core elements remain unchanged and are still worth exploring for those of you who want a mor...

by Mike Katsufrakis 0
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Exploring the limits of your creativity... and guacamole.

Skylanders Imaginators Co-Op Review

Kaos is back (again), wreaking havoc in the Skylands (again)! It's up to you and your gigantic Rubbermaid bin of figures from the last five years of Skylanders games to stop him! Oh, who am I kidding. You're going to shell out a couple hundred bucks on the new hotness that is Skylanders Imaginators. Perhaps you'll also invest in a nice ...

by John Bardinelli 0
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Fight, pillage, fight, repeat.

Viking Squad Co-Op Review

The vikings of old existed for one reason: pillaging. Oh, and fighting, they also existed for fighting, so that's two things. Maybe drinking as well. Does looting count separate from pillaging? One could argue it does, which would make it four things. The point is stereotypical story vikings weren't into a lot of froufrou stuff, just combat...

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Cooperation makes the game.

Axe, Bow & Staff Co-Op Review

Axe, Bow & Staff has a straightforward name for a straightforward arcade RPG. Three characters, three weapons, three paths to take. Hit stuff to stay alive and collect coins to buy new stuff. It couldn't get any more core than that. But best of all, Axe, Bow & Staff is the kind of game that comes to life once you get a good co-op party ...

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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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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...

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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...

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