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by John Bardinelli 0
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Dibs on hunting horn.

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite Returns to iOS, Online Co-Op in Tow

The 2014 release of Monster Hunter Freedom Unite for iOS did the nigh impossible when it adapted precision-based gameplay for greasy touch screens. It wasn't perfect, but hey, it was fantastic. The release of iOS 9 about a year later made Freedom Unite unplayable, so Capcom pulled it from the store. Sad face. It took some time, but the game has finally returned, just in time to compete with Monster Hunter Generations!

by John Bardinelli 0
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A localized RPG, Shantae wants ur dollarz, and Mega Man (sort of) rides again.

Beyond Co-Op – September 2th through September 7th, 2013

Hitting up some of the news less traveled this week, Beyond Co-Op is here to give you a taste of the single player world. Nintendo has announced another lucrative price drop, and Valve rolls out another trading feature to help you trim your Steam inventory. A couple of rather nice games have appeared on Kickstarter lately, and even though we're shy about touching the crowdfunding world, these are too tempting to resist.

by D.J. Waaland 0
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Like ice cream melting on warm concrete

Twisted Metal and Twisted Metal: Black to Hit PSN Today

Everyone's favorite car racers with a sordid past will return to the PSN with today's update. The original Twisted Metal will be arriving on the PSN as a part of the PSOne classics, meaning you can grab it on the PS3 or the PSP (and consequently the Vita). Released on November 5, 1995, Twisted Metal was a unique and one of a kind experience. It took the chassis of a racing game, added the items that popularized the Mario Kart series, and minced it with a ruthless cast of characters themed for a mature audience. Rife with a motley assortment of deadly characters, each racer had a uniquely disturbing back story and vehicle. To this day, Sweet Tooth remains one of Sony's most iconic villains.

by Andrew Gaskill 0
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Two New Videos For Harry Potter: Years 5-7

Still looking for a little something for the kids this holiday season?  Harry Potter: Years 5-7 is a good choice.  It brings what has become classic Lego game humor to the darker books in the Harry Potter series.  It's amazing that the block-born characters can tell such great stories with little more than exaggerated movements and comical grunts.  Check out the two videos below.  One features locations, locations, locations, and the other displays some of the button mashing combat that you and a friend will enjoy.

by Sam Tyler 0
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A fun new trailer for LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7 shows the lighter side of Voldemort

LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 Shows its Game Face

Everyone has their own unique game face, mine is one of sheer concentration; a cross between a man sucking on a lemon and trying to lick treacle off his nose.  As you must be imagining, it is a beautiful sight.  Even Lord Voldemort has to work on his game face once in a while, and he does so in this new trailer.  He who shall not be named (Voldemort is anyone is confused) has to be as scary as possible for the upcoming LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7.

by Marc Allie 1
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LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7 Coming This Holiday

You wouldn't have to gaze into a crystal ball or read tea leaves to see this one coming.  Another LEGO Harry Potter game is coming this holiday season.  Imaginatively titled LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7, the game will chronicle the last three books (or four movies) in building block form.  It's being released for pretty much every system known to Muggles: Xbox 360, PS3, PSP, Wii, DS, 3DS, PC, and even for the NGP.  

by Marc Allie 0
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Naruto Shippuden Gameplay Video Shows Off Moves, Co-Op

We brought you news of Naruto Shippuden: Kizuna Drive for PSP a few months ago.  The Playstation Portable title was released late last month.  In addition to a story mode consisting of more than a dozen missions, the team-based action/fighter lets you and three friends partner up via Ad Hoc co-op in Free Mission Mode.  Special combo moves that require more than one player to activate are included, as well as bonus missions for die-hard fans to unlock cool stuff from the show.  We've got a gameplay video for you showing off Naruto's moves as he and his buddies team up to take down a boss.

by Marc Allie 1
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Onechanbara Special Brings Boots, Blades, and Bikini Babes to Your PSP

It's not often we cover games that have only been released in Japan, but in this case, we'll make an exception. The Onechanbara series made it to American shores in 2009, with releases for Xbox 360 and, oddly enough, Wii.  The formula for Onechanbara seems to be tough girls skimpy outfits zombies cool moves co-op - your brain.  Our review of the 360 release didn't pull any punches: it wasn't very good.  Still, there must be a market for cowgirls in bikinis wielding swords to decapitate the undead, and so D3 published Onechanbara Special for PSP.

by Marc Allie 1
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Two New White Knight Chronicles Games Announced

Early last year, after what seemed like an eternity of waiting, White Knight Chronicles was released in the USA.  I was somewhat disappointed in the co-op, as you can read about in the review, but it was a very good single player experience for the most part.  Level 5 has just announced that we'll be getting more White Knight Chronicles; in fact, not only will there be a direct sequel for Playstation 3, a prequel is coming to PSP, so you can power up into a giant White Knight on the go.

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