Trendy Entertainment has launched a stop-gap game to tide players over until Dungeon Defenders II is finished. Called Dungeon Defenders Eternity, the repackaging of the original adds more than just a fresh coat of paint and all of the DLC.
We've got a handful of Skylanders Trap Team goodies for you today including almost two dozen new screenshots and a fifteen minute level walk through to see some of the new game play features. And while it's great to see some more of the inventive game in action after our E3 impressions, we're also excited to here about the new elite figures coming.
Most modern phones and cameras have a panorama option that lets you take a photo in the round, but you will always have some mate who fidgets or a long dog in the photo. Take a minute to relax and look at the new Panoramic views of Destiny; Bungie know what to do.
Since the massive popularity of Minecraft is still there, Microsoft has kept up with rolling out the Skin Packs for Minecraft Xbox 360 Edition! Today, players can purchase the 6th Skin Pack DLC from the online storefront.
A brand new DLC is hitting Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare tomorrow, known as the "Tactical Taco Party Pack"! Co-op players will be glad to hear that Garden Ops will also be getting some new content to keep the zombie waves at bay. Going live tomorrow, July 1st, on Xbox One and Xbox 360, the "Tactical Taco Party Pack" w...
Let's face it, Left 4 Dead gave us an explosion of co-op games after it's success. Turtle Rock Studios' title was one that showed us you didn't have to necessarily compete to have a replayable multiplayer game. Their next outing is a hybrid multiplayer game, and while there's some competitive elements present, they aren't necessary. Evolve is all about 4vs1 and while that might seem like the sides are unbalanced, the reality is the matches are much more closer than you'd think.
And....we made it. Day 3 of E3 2014 is in the bag and we finally made our way over to the South Hall which features all the first party publishers like Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo. The big three were out in full force with huge booths showcasing tons of AAA and indie games alike. Take a short virtual walk through the show floor with some pics - we...
Day 2 of E3 2014 is over and the Co-Opticrew is STUFFED with game information straight from the show floor. As we slowly digest everything we've seen and work to get up the written content, we thought you'd like to to witness some of the E3 chaos in picture form.
Day 1 is behind us and the Co-Opticrew managed to see almost 15 games in the first day. It was jam packed with content and we'll be bringing you previews and interviews over the next week as we work to edit and write things up. In the meantime we've posted some pictures from around the show floor that hopefully convey the scale and craziness that is E3 2014.
Homefront was one of THQ's last big hurrahs before the publisher folded in 2011. While the big budget game didn't get great reviews, it amassed a small following though it also helped contribute to the publishers demise. When all of THQs assets went up for sale, Deep Silver bought quite a few big ones - like Saints Row. Cyrtek on the other hand snagged the rights to Homefront. Today they are joining forces to bring Homefront: The Revolution.
We generally don't cover a lot of games on the site that are on Kickstarter. If we do, we have some criteria - the biggest of which is - regardless of Kickstarter the game is going to come out. A lot of time developers use Kickstarter to really push a game over the last hump, or polish it up to a point that wasn't simply feasible without proper funding. Today we're looking at Dieselstormers, a side scrolling shooter with four player co-op.
Co-Optimus loves a bit of Dark Souls 2, but what do we do once the dying is over? One option is to wait a few months for the Playstation 4 title Deep Down that will have plenty of 4 player co-op dungeon crawling. The game is getting closer to release, but who knows exactly when? The two newly teased screenshots may give us a clue.
Dark Souls 2 is out now on Steam, an early surprise for folks who pre-ordered the title. The game was originally supposed to launch tomorrow, a few weeks after the console release, but somebody decided to push the button tonight. While we were impressed with the gameplay of the console version, there were times that it graphically just couldn't stand up. Now the PC version is here to offer some improvement in that department while retaining all the gameplay so many folks enjoy.