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by John Bardinelli 0
News
  • pc
Who can say no to co-op games on the cheap?

Steam Week Long Sale Features Krater, Other Co-Op Games

It may not be as epic as the winter or summer sales, but this week's list of Steam deals isn't too shabby. Six games are on sale for 66-75% off, including three games that support co-op play. Topping the list is Krater, the post-apocalyptic role playing game that supports online and LAN co-op for two players. Capsized and Section 8: Prejudice also feature co-op modes, the former supporting two player local games and the latter online and LAN for up to four players.

by Nick Puleo 10
Review
  • xbox 360
  • pc
  • couch
  • online

Section 8: Prejudice Co-Op Review

Section 8: Prejudice is a downloadable sequel to a full retail title, developer Timegate hopes to change things with a fully featured $15 game. Three modes of play - single player, co-op and versus are all on display. Strap in soldier, its time to drop in for our co-op review - now updated with PC version info and impressions!.

by Nick Puleo 50
Contest
  • xbox live arcade
  • couch
  • online

Section 8: Prejudice Giveaway

We're kicking off a great contest today for Section 8: Prejudice - a game we reviewed quite recently and enjoyed. What's up for grabs? We have 5 Section 8 themed prize packs available with two grand prize winners that will be chosen at random.

by Nick Puleo 10
Review
  • xbox live arcade
  • couch
  • online

Section 8: Prejudice Co-Op Review

Section 8: Prejudice is a downloadable sequel to a full retail title, developer Timegate hopes to change things with a fully featured $15 game. Three modes of play - single player, co-op and versus are all on display. Strap in soldier, its time to drop in for our co-op review.

by Nick Puleo 2
Video
  • xbox live arcade
  • pc
  • playstation network

Section 8: Prejudice Trailer Shows the Complete Package

Section 8: Prejudice launches next week on Xbox Live Arcade and on PC on May 4th.  The one thing thats been touted since the game's announcement has been just how much content is in the package for its $15 price tag.  With a single player campaign, online versus mode, and four player co-op mode - its hard to disagree.  Co-Optimus has been hands on with the title numerous times, including the final XBLA copy, and we think folks are going to be pleasantly surprised.

by Andrew Gaskill 2
Video
  • xbox live arcade
  • pc
  • playstation network
  • online

Section 8: Prejudice Drops on 4/20

Section 8: Prejudice has adopted an ambitious pricing and distribution strategy.  The preceding title, Section 8, was a full priced retail game that received postitive reviews and little player support.  Producer/developer TimeGate Studios decided to make the sequel more competitive by releasing it as a downloadable title and pricing it at $14.99, or 1200 Microsoft Points.  The studio claims Section 8: Prejudice will be a fully-featured game.

by Andrew Gaskill 5
Video
  • playstation 3
  • xbox live arcade
  • pc
  • online

Section 8: Prejudice Dev Diary Smacks of Desperation

Section 8: Prejudice is trying to break the retail mold.  Developer TimeGate Studios are skirting a physical retail version of the game altogether.  This new title is supposed to have all the content of a "normal" $60 dollar game, but Section 8: Prejudice will be released for 15 bucks on the Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network and PC.  If you haven't been paying attention, $15 is the normal price point of DLC for two of the biggest titles in the industry.  And this DLC customarily contains only a handful of maps.

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