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by Marc Allie 0
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You know what they say about tie-in games...

Young Justice: Legacy Co-Op Review

It’s an unfortunate fact of video game life: tie-in games are often very bad. Whether they are based on movies, TV shows, books, or comics, most games of this type are of substandard quality. Consider recent reviews of Adventure Time and Family Guy, for instance. But every once in a while, there are tie-ins that surprise you and end up being ...

by D.J. Waaland 17
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No partner for the zombie apocalypse

State of Decay Will Not Receive Co-Op

If you have been following the video game world lately, then chances are you have heard about the smash hit XBLA game State of Decay. An open world sandbox game based around surviving a zombie apocalypse, State of Decay is a dream come true for many gamers. While it might be a little rough around the edges, the underlying concept and gameplay has managed to hook in over half a million sales. In fact, the game is the second fastest selling XBLA game behind the one and only MInecraft: Xbox 360 Edition.

by Sam Tyler 3
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Please place your papers at the front

Flip, Reverse it, Obscure 2013 now called Final Exam

Bringing back a long forgotten franchise is a wonderful idea, unless the new game looks nothing like the original.  This was the case with Obscure 2013 that was as similar to the moody original as chalk is to cheese in a can.  Mighty Rocket Studios have decided to sever the more obvious links with the original game and have renamed their 4 player co-op game Final Exam.

by D.J. Waaland 1
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No relation to ThunderCats

Thunder Wolves Available on PSN and XBLA, Steam Price Drop

There are a serious lack of helicopter sim games on the market. The flight simulation games that are released are usually PC exclusive games. They also typically tend to be more realistic games, opting for a simulation experience over an arcade-like adventure. Even fewer games attempt to bring co-op into the mix. As such, Thunder Wolves fills a very interesting niche, combining cooperative gameplay, aircraft, and cheap arcade thrills. In Thunder Wolves, one player can control the helicopter while the other controls the firepower. It looks like a fun combo co-op game, and we gave it a favorable review or the PC.

by D.J. Waaland 0
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Something for PC owners to smile about

The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile Coming to PC

Ska Studios has been making lots of news in video game headlines lately. With their latest game Charlie Murder, they are aiming to once again take the XBLA by storm. The indie developer that is responsible for The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai, and The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile, has other news as well. Apparently for some time now, Ska has been trying to port Vampire Smile over to the PC. It seems to be a very wish that is requested by the fans, and Ska has always wanted to make it a reality. They have finally announced that the the desire will become true.

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