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 major event booking, developer opinion of the gaming industry, and a great iOS game that went on sale.
Ninja Gaiden fans will be happy to know that the Wii U no longer has exclusivity to Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge. Tecmo Koei has announced that Razor’s Edge will soon arrive on both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles this spring!
Gears of War: Judgment is shaping up to be another exciting entry in the Gears of War universe. Recently, the full list of achievements surfaced online. While the list contains mostly standard fare, gamers intent on achieving a perfect gamerscore will have to bring along a friend (or three). Take a peak below for the full list of achievements, and look forward to Gears of War: Judgment shipping out on March 19, 2013.
In case you missed it, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2’s “Revolution” DLC will be hitting Xbox Live tomorrow full force. To prepare gamers for the upcoming battles ahead, we’ve got some nice screenshots plus a preview video to study up and take notes.
If you haven’t played the original Gears of War, then you’re in luck. When you purchase a copy of Gears of War: Judgment at launch, the game will also come with a free copy of the first game in the Gears of War franchise.
The recent leaks of the upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops II DLC flooded the internet highways, having Activision to finally step in to confirm everything spoken of. Coming by the end of this month, the “Revolution” DLC will hit Xbox, adding lots of new maps and a refreshing Zombies mode.
As of Monday, Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition has hit over 5 million sales on Xbox Live. The sandbox game that shattered sales records within the first 24 hours of release continues to shoot for the stars, practically touching them as we speak.
The 7th Title Update is still off in the distance somewhere, but Microsoft has provided more details on this upcoming Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition patch that gamers are eagerly awaiting. Again, the Minecraft finale mission, known only as: “The End”, won’t be appearing in the 360 version of the game until the next major title update, but there will be plenty to explore and craft once this patch hits Xbox LIVE.
Now’s the time to take another crack at ToyLogic’s Happy Wars on XBLA, as the game recently received a hefty and much needed update. It’s free after all, so why the heck not?
It’s no joke that Halo 4 is probably one of the best game releases of this year, and for a very good reason: 343 Industries is keeping Halo 4 busy and constantly filled with new content. Today, we have a massive amount of sweet Halo 4 news for all you competitive and co-op gamers out there, so pause that Youtube video you’re watching and pay attention, because you won’t want to miss out:
Lionhead’s fantasy role-playing game, Fable II, pulled a Houdini and completely vanished from the Xbox Live Marketplace earlier yesterday. For a short time, no one could view the title through either the “Games on Demand” tab or Fable II episodes on both Live and Xbox.com. Luckily, things are back to normal.
From the creators of the hardcore platformer, Super Meat Boy, Team Meat will be bringing one of their most dark, yet entertaining titles, The Binding of Isaac, to the console platform, and with local co-op play!
Lots of work has gone into the online matchmaking capabilities of Happy Wars recently, but more work is still to be done. This past Friday, everyone received an update to help correct these flaws, but Toylogic needs help from you to make the next update even better.
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