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by Tally Callahan 0
Review
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  • android
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Cooperate to solve a murder mystery in this digital adaptation of a board game

Mysterium Co-Op Review

Designer board games are getting quite popular these days, to the point where we’re starting to see quality digital adaptations of them. Though co-op board games are a popular genre (check out Marc’s Tabletop Co-op series), surprisingly few of these games have been adapted from their cardboard forms. Mysterium bucks this trend, being a ...

by Jason Love 0
News
  • pc
  • xbox one
  • couch
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Just one step away from PS4 to Xbox One

Rocket League Now Supports PC/Xbox One Cross-Platform Play

If you're all about the PC and your friend is all about the Xbox One but you both enjoy playing Rocket League, then rejoice! Cross-platform play is now available for the two versions. So, if you want to team up with a buddy on the Xbox to dunk some hoops, or you've got a "PC Master Race" friend that's been waiting to team-up and play a little car footie, the only thing holding you back now is (likely) your Internet connection.

by Christopher Metz 0
News
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Moving at the speed of sound?

Hands on Impressions with Sonic Lost World

I’m probably one of the few gamers out there that still defend the Sonic the Hedgehog brand to this day, so I was excited to see if both Sega and Nintendo could make this title the next stage for the franchise. Over the last few months, Sonic Lost World has been compared with the Super Mario Galaxy titles over and over again, in that Sonic travels between various planetoids to reach the end goal. But all I was curious to see was: does the game stay true to Sonic as a character?

by Paul Acevedo 0
Video
  • playstation 3
  • playstation vita
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  • online

Ratchet and Clank: Full Frontal Assault Coming to Retail and PSN This November

Ratchet and Clank: Full Frontal Assault has been planned as a downloadable Playstation 3 title ever since its announcement a few months back. Some people prefer physical copies to digital though, and Sony has taken their pleas into account. The game will now be coming to retail as a Blu-Ray disc as well as the PSN store. Even better, it supports cross-play and cross-save with the Vita, meaning you can buy it on PS3 and get the Vita version at no additional cost. Well-played, Sony.

by Paul Acevedo 0
Screens
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Launch screens and trailer inside

A Valley Without Wind Launches on Steam, On Sale Through May 1st

Co-Optimus has been covering Arcen Games' PC and Mac title A Valley Without Wind in pre-release form for over a year. At long last, A Valley Without Wind is available on Steam, the platform of choice for many computer gamers. What's more, through May 1 you can get it for $13.49 - ten percent off the regular price of $14.99. It's also available on GamersGate and Impulse.

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