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by Jason Love 0
Video
  • pc
  • online
From zero to, well, certainly better than it was

ORION: Prelude Free-To-Play for a Week, Buy for $1

In the world of game development, there is definitely something to be said for perseverance. When ORION: Prelude released back in May 2012 (then known as ORION: Dino Beatdown), it seemed like it was dead on arrival. The developer, Spiral Game Studios, never gave up on it, though, and has continued to update, improve, and add on to the title. By all accounts, the game has significantly improved. To celebrate, the game is free-to-play for the next week and can be picked up for just a $1.

by Nick Puleo 0
Screens
  • pc
  • playstation 4
  • xbox one
  • couch
  • online
4 Player Co-Op Campaign, Split-Screen, and more.

Co-Op Proper Comes Back to Call of Duty in Black Ops 3

Treyarch is the last Call of Duty developer to actually implement a co-op campaign in a Call of Duty game, that was all the way back in 2008's Call of Duty: World at War. And while just about every game since has had a co-op mode, usually a spin-off like Zombies or Spec-Ops, the story in the Call of Duty games have been devoid of cooperation - it was always you against the world. But not anymore.

by Danny Cowan 0
Video
  • couch
Watch out, Randos.

Co-Op Video Walkthrough: Rival Turf!

Beat-'em-ups ruled arcades in the early '90s, and unfortunately, the 16-bit Super NES was incapable of bringing the arcade experience home at launch. Capcom's Final Fight hit the SNES in 1991 with a large chunk of its arcade content removed, and worst of all, it lost its two-player co-op mode - a key feature that drove the genre's rising popularity.

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