Another week has come and gone here at Co-Optimus, and that means it's time once again to take a look at all that other non-cooperative gaming news that's circling around the web. There are a couple of stories coming out from Gamescom, which is currently underway in Cologne, Germany, an interesting/convoluted story about a game service that seemed too good to be true, and a blast from the past returns this December.
If there's one controversial topic over the past few years of games, its DRM and the methods employed to try to get customers to buy new copies of games. Whether it's having an always on internet connection or requiring customers to enter one time use codes to access functionality - DRM has come to the forefront of both console and PC gaming.
It's an action packed month of single player reviews. The game that almost never was is finally reviewed in Duke Nukem Forever. Want more? How about inFamous 2, LA Noire, Witcher 2, Red Johnson's Chronicles, Front Mission Evolved, and Thor. Summer drought my butt.
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