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by Jason Love 0
Review
  • pc
  • online
More than basic cable

Bloodsports.TV Co-Op Review

Bloodsports.TV is the cooperative “MOBA-like” game I’ve been looking for over these past few years. It drops much of the competitive metagame concepts, like laning, jungling, and last hit, in favor of focusing on a friendly, team-based survival experience....

by John Bardinelli 0
Review
  • pc
  • couch
  • online
Storytelling and artwork done right.

TRISTOY Co-Op Review

Action adventure games are usually a solo affair. Drop a player into a dark world, give them some swords to swing and some things to upgrade, then let them run around for a few hours before showing an ending. Hooray, you just metroidvaniaed! If you want co-op, though, the genre usually sends you elsewhere. Enter TRISTOY, a short platform adventure ...

by Christopher Metz 0
Review
  • pc
  • playstation 4
  • xbox one
  • online
How to expand on Left 4 Dead's strengths with an all new identity.

Evolve Co-Op Review

How do you take down a colossal creature that constantly grows in strength? With help from three other friends, of course! Turtle Rock Studios - the makers of the legendary co-op franchise Left 4 Dead - have released a spiritual successor in Evolve, an asymmetric shooter that carries over many of its gameplay elements from the developer’s lan...

by Nick Puleo 0
Review
  • pc
  • online
Redefining definitions.

Dungeon of the Endless Co-Op Review

A lot of games today tend to mix genres, it’s rare to see a straight shooter with no RPG elements or an RTS that doesn’t also utilize some elements of tower defense. But what is rare today is to find a game that does it so seamlessly and well that it almost creates a new genre in itself. It’s because of this, Dungeon of the Endles...

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