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Battleframes and melding and such.

Firefall Co-Op FAQ

Firefall is a free to play MMO/Shooter from Red 5 Studios. Players drop into Battleframes and combat various enemies in a world set 200 years in the future after an asteroid has hit Earth. The PvE element is a huge component of this game, so here's what you can do.

by Mike Katsufrakis 2
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Hmm. Needs more skill trees.

Path of Exile Co-Op Impressions

As the resident Action-RPG expert around these parts, I felt it was my duty to cover Path of Exile during Free to Play Week, so here we are. Grinding Gear Games, an independent outfit from New Zealand got tired of the dearth of ARPGs being released at the time (back in 2010) and decided to put together one of their own. Of course, the moment they s...

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Smooth sounds.

Co-Opticast Episode 111: Let's Talk Free to Play

Nick, Mike, Locke and Jason take you an epic adventure through time and space in the latest episode of the Co-Opticast. Ok, maybe not - but they do talk a lot about what they've been playing while touching on the news before diving into the meet of the episode. Free to Play games. There\'s a lot of solid ones out there so be sure to listen to some of our impressions.

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John Woo's Space Ninjas

Warframe Co-Op Impressions

Space Ninjas. Do those word illicit a tingle in your special place? If so Warframe, a free to play 3rd person co-op action game from developer Digital Extremes, just might be your muse. We dove into the cooperative game to check out whether or not it’s currently worth our time. It should be noted that Warframe is in open beta, but since you can make in game purchases, that’s more or less released in our book.

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Space ninjas have questions too.

Warframe Co-Op FAQ

Warframe is a free to play action game from developer digital extremes. In the game players take control of Tennos, a race of people who specialize in sword and gunplay. You're basically a space ninja and that's OK. Like any free to play game there are premium items to purchase. We break down the co-op aspects of the game along with some of the items you might be spending money on.

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No entry fee required

Welcome to Free to Play Co-Op Gaming Week on Co-Optimus

Free to Play games have traditionally had a negative reputation attached to them. For many the first thoughts that come to mind when hearing those three words are games like Farmville and Candycrush. It's the social stigma, the casual game, the titles are "real" gamer would never touch. But the reality of it is, there are some really quality AAA titles out there available for free, and some of those titles feature some strong cooperative play.

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