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by John Bardinelli 0
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Real and actual co-op in a numbered Final Fantasy game.

Final Fantasy XV to Receive Online Co-Op DLC

Everywhere you go, Final Fantasy XV is there. Square-Enix has been aggressively pushing the game in the last weeks before release, showing off trailers and screenshots and announcing all sorts of content updates for the future. Before you put up your blinders and go back to playing co-op games, here this bit of good news: online co-op is coming to Final Fantasy 15Now it's safe to board the hype train.

by John Bardinelli 0
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One part simulation, one part RPG.

Fantasy Life RPG Hybrid Launches on 3DS

Nintendo DS and 3DS owners shouldn't be strangers to the life sim genre. Everything from Harvest Moon to Animal Crossing has had time in the spotlight on the portable systems. Now it's time for Level-5's creation to step out and get some attention. Fantasy Life launches tonight in North America, and it brings with it some fanciful hybrid gameplay that supports both local and online co-op!

by Tally Callahan 34
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Now for wrath, now for ruin!

Lord of the Rings: War in the North Co-Op Review

Snowblind Studios was behind the much-celebrated co-op titles Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance and Champions of Norrath. As far as a lot of us are concerned, these are the console dungeon crawlers to beat. Those are pretty big boots of striding to fill, though, especially after such a long time. The question tha's on the tip of everyone's tongue is: is LOTR: War in the North up to filling those boots - and our expectations?

by Andrew Gaskill 7
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Realm of the Mad God Offers MMO Co-Op Shooting on Your Browser

If the retro nature of the above photo doesn't send you screaming from your computer, I've got a little co-op game for you.  Realm of the Mad God is a new MMO co-op bullet hell shooter.  What the heck is that?  Why it's exactly what it sounds like.  It's a new HTML5-based browser game that plays like a shooter and has RPG elements.  I actually did some strait up research and played the game for a spell.  Looks like it has the potential to be a real time waster.  Realm of the Mad God is free to play, but of course there is the option to spend real money on it.  You can complete the game without spending a cent.  All the information you could want is right here

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