One of the best looking Summer Preview games for the XBLA: Happy Wars chooses to make massive warfare have a more comical approach in gameplay.
Riot games is a community based company and we have all dabbled in a bit of League of Legends. Even though they do not put a huge emphasis on E3 we was able to sit down with them to get an update on their latest champion Draven, and dig a little deeper into what makes League of Legends a great co-op game.
Today, Riot Games announced its newest update for their smash hit title, League of Legends, specifically on the Bot’s AI, difficulty levels, and character selection within co-op gameplay.
This month for MMO Co-Opportunities we look at Dragon Nest, a newly open-beta'ed F2P MMO with an action twist and the recently announced various editions of Star Wars: the Old Republic. We also visit the world of MOBAs.
The summer is a traditionally slow time for videogames, publishers are readying their big releases for the lucrative fall holiday season. But the growing digital market has afforded them the opportunity to take advantage of the lull in releases and push out some truly great titles.
It’s true that the seasons are changing. Warmer weather is all around us, flowers are blossoming, and it’s nice to just get out of the house on occasion. What does that mean? This issue of On the Download will be addressing very portable iPad and iPod Touch/iPhone games for download, and co-op play.
Riots Games have announced that League of Legends has added an online co-op mode. While the game has always had the ability to play in co-op, this marks the first time the developer has created a brand new match making playlist with a focus on co-op. The mode allows up to five players to band together to take on the PC in single matches and earn experience and other items for their character.
League of Legends developer Riot Games have announced a brand new game more for their game featuring co-op play. League of Legends is based on, and developed by some of the team that create a mod for Warcraft 3 called Defense of the Ancients. This psuedo RTS/RPG hybrid features a champion character that summons creatures, uses spells and items, as well as other ablities to conquer opposing champions. The game is as much strategy as it is action, and loot plays a big part in the addictive nature of the gameplay.
League of Legends, the team-vs-team title that was inspired by the Warcraft III Defense of the Ancients mod, was released last week and the good folks at Riot Games provided us with a package of goodies to give away to one lucky Co-Optimus reader. Want to know what you can win and how to enter? Click the link for all the details.
Steven Snow from Riot Games when asked "why co-op":
Game Name: League of Legends: Clash of Fates
Co-Op Type/Multiplayer Type: Competitive co-op in the vein of DotA
Publisher/Developer: Riot Games
Release Date: Oct. 6, 2009
We sat down yesterday with Steven Snow, Vice President of Productions for Riot Games, to talk about their free upcoming release, League of Legends: Clash of Fates. Gamers who are familiar with the Warcraft 3 mod Defense of the Ancients: Allstars (or DotA: Allstars as it’s also known) are likely to feel right at home with Legends as it uses the same style of play. What’s more, the designer for DotA: Allstars, Steve “Guinsoo” Feak, and the creator of the fansite that was the official support base for it, Steve “Pendragon” Mescon, are both involved with the making of this game and it definitely shows.
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