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by Nick Puleo 0
Review
  • pc
  • online
A Vampire Hunter and Ghost walk into a bar...

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II Co-Op Review

After PC gamers were disappointed with Diablo 3 when it initially launched, many looked to get their action/RPG fix elsewhere. Lucky for them the platform saw such gems as Torchlight 2 and The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing. The game was created by the European studio Neocore games, who had a hand in creating the King Arthur RPG games on PC. ...

by Jason Love 0
Review
  • pc
  • couch
It's time to drop some fools

Vertical Drop Heroes HD Co-Op Review

I remember back in college when Flash-based games were the big thing to kill time in between classes. Many of those turned into now well-known genres, like tower defense, while others became entire games in their own right. Nerdook Productions Vertical Drop Heroes HD falls into the latter category as it jumps from the browser to the desktop....

by Tally Callahan 0
News
  • pc
  • playstation 4
  • xbox one
  • online
Check out what it's like to be in the hot seat, hunting down the Goliath

Evolve Hands-On Impressions (PAX East 2014)

My other appointment with 2K Games this year at PAX East 2014 was for Evolve, an upcoming squad-based game by Turtle Rock Studios, makers of Left 4 Dead. The game pits four Hunter players against one boss Monster player or AI (as a dev confirmed for us via Twitter). I went hands-on with the game and had a pretty good time. Let’s find out why.

by Nick Puleo 0
Video
  • pc
  • online
A free to play experience

Dead Island: Epidemic Co-Op Impressions

When Dead Island: Epidemic was announced, many scoffed at the change in genre for the franchise. Deep Silver, looking to capitalize on the free to play market, have created a game that blends their series with MOBAs and to some degree, action RPGs. To our surprise there's also a dedicated co-op horde mode built into the game for four players. As these impressions are based on early beta versions of the game, a lot of this could change, but there's a good base here to get an idea what Deep Silver has planned. 

by Justin Reynolds 0
News
  • pc
One headset to rule them all

SteelSeries H Wireless Impressions

Welcome to one of the best damn headsets money can buy. When it comes time to purchase a headset, I usually look exclusively at wired ones. In the past many wireless headset presented problems for me; be it battery issues or latency issues, there was always a drawback that was not worth the convenience. Today I am happy to report that SteelSeries has shown me the light, and it’s time to unplug and move on from the restricted life of the cord.

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