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by Nick Puleo 0
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Tickets Optional to Ride this Ride

DungeonLand Gets Free to Play Version

DungeonLand was a nifty little action game that came out on PC earlier this year. Featuring three player co-op with players jumping into the shoes of different characters, you'd fight through twisted amusement parks in a hilariously gory style of game that resembled the classic Gauntlet series. Our biggest gripe with the game was the often punishing difficulty combined with some networking issues which have since been fixed.

by Nick Puleo 0
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It's time to get your "face" back on

Warface is Coming to Xbox 360, "Sneak Peek" on PC Soon

Despite being "out" in several territories, Warface was in a closed beta for much of the world earlier this year. Then suddenly it wasn't. Crytek simply closed up shop on the game for a bit to work on the title. Now it appears Warface is ready to show it's face again, resurfacing on PC tomorrow in something called a sneak peak. Along with that news comes word of an Xbox 360 version coming in 2014. 

by Jason Love 2
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Shadows of the Dead is adding a lot to a FTP with a lot already

Warframe Receives New Space Ninjas and More

You may recall from our recent "Free to Play Week" at Co-Optimus a little game called Warframe, a third-person game with John Woo action and space ninjas. While getting the in-game weapon and frames can be something of a grind, with a pretty steep paywall, the overall gameplay is pretty awesome. If you're one of the folks that's been playing since the game's release last March, though, you're probably itching for some new content. Update 10, titled "Shadows of the Dead," has got you covered.

by Christopher Metz 0
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2DS?!, EA's future, LoL sexism, and the possibility of Kinect-less Xbox One.

Beyond Co-Op – August 26th through August 31st 2013

Welcome to this week’s Beyond Co-Op, where we look at interesting news around the gaming and entertainment industry that may not directly pertain to cooperative gaming culture. This week we have a couple of big Nintendo system announcements, EA’s future with online and “free-to-play”, Iran having issues with League of Legends, and Microsoft’s plans for the Kinect.

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