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E3 EXPLOSION

[E3 2015] - Witness 25 New Halo 5: Guardians Screens Plus Two New Gameplay Videos

We recently were detailed Halo 5: Guardian's four player co-op mode,  sadly as we learned it's the first Halo shooter that won't have couch co-op game play. Instead the game is going back to a split perspective campaign approach similar to Halo 2. Players will drop into the shoes of two main characters - Master Chief and John Locke, who by each of their sides have three Spartans or soldiers. Now straight out of E3 we have a ton of new content to see what that looks like.

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Alliances are often built on temporary conveniences.

[E3 2015] Treachery Abounds in Tom Clancy's The Division, Out March 2016

The audience attending Ubisoft's E3 press conference learned a few valuable lessons from Tom Clancy's The Division today. Despite being awash in some pre-scripted game chatter from the players, we saw just how south a mission can go when you turn guns on newly acquired allies out of greed. They also learned that having Christmas lights up during the apocalypse is considered in poor taste.

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Full "Campaign" Info too.

[E3 2015] We Finally Have some Co-Op News for Rainbow Six: Siege

After some speculation earlier today, Ubisoft delivered on their promise and unveiled one of the co-op modes for Rainbow Six: Siege. The infinitely replayable terrorist hunt mode is back with five player co-op through randomly generated missions. The Operator mechanic which was showcased in the game's PvP mode is also in play for co-op, with players taking on special roles in missions.

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Far Cry meets Ghost Recon

[E3 2015] Ubisoft Reveals Ghost Recon: Wildlands for Xbox One, PS4 and PC

Ubisoft's E3 2015 press conference just wrapped up and there was a few surprise reveals. The biggest one for co-op fans is a return of the Ghost Recon franchise, this time to next-gen platforms. Revealed was Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands, a four player co-op tactical shooter that looks equal parts Ghost Recon as it does Far Cry. 

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New details and teaser

Battleborn Has a Hero for Every Badass

Last year Gearbox teased their new IP, Battleborn, a game that looked poised to potentially be some kind of FPS MOBA. Or, to put that another way, an "FPS; hobby-grade coop campaign; genre-blended, multi-mode competitive e-sports; meta-growth, choice epic". Yeah... We got a little more info on that "coop campaign" last fall and today, just prior to all of the E3 madness, Gearbox and 2K are pulling back a little more of the curtain.

by Nick Puleo 0
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Watch the Strike, watch the Prison of Elders

Destiny: House of Wolves Expansion Impressions and Video

Destiny's second big expansion pack is here, bringing owners of the game a bunch of new content in the form of several story missions, a new cooperative strike, several multiplayer maps and a new replayable co-op mode called Prison of Elders. There's also a lot of subtle changes you'll find, whether it's small UI enhancements, general optimizations, or just an overall feeling of polish. House of Wolves feels a step above the previous expansion in almost every way.

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Blue Sent us some hardware, here are our thoughts

Blue Yeti and Mo-Fi Impressions for Streaming

We've had a podcast on Co-Optimus now for close to 6 years, and its only this year that we've recently reformed it as more of a streaming show. That said, almost since the beginning we were using a Blue microphone for our audio recording. While we started with their Snowball lineup, it's their recent Blue Yeti Desktop Microphone that really ups the features and quality. 

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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.

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